Once you have optimized your website for desktop performance, your next concern is rapid growth of mobile usage. And mobile searches keep quadrupling. Moreover, of people who react to seeing a mobile ad: 42 percent click on the mobile ad; 35 percent visit the advertiser’s site; 32 percent search[...]
The time it takes for a blog to load is no less critical to receiving attention from readers that the time it takes for a page to load to attract customers. Implementing a web performance optimization means increased conversion rates, increased page views, lower server bandwidth costs, and lower[...]
Four out of six, we are half way over through a series of blog posts inspecting Google's web performance best practices in detail. We have already discussed caching, minimizing round trip time, downsizing on cookies. All with the goal of eliminating with ease the components that are adding to your[...]
Minimizing request overhead for each page to load simply means two things: keeping cookies and request headers as small as possible, and serving static resources from a cookieless domain. In a nutshell, a cookie diet to avoid net congestion.
This is our second post in the series on improving your page load time according to Page Speed online tool results and according to Google's Web Performance Best Practices document that comes with the tool, along with the rules that fall into six categories altogether (minimizing Round Trip Times[...]
Web performance optimization means equipping your website with whatever gets it to load more speedily. Ideal time is 2 seconds, but many top brands keep losing customers, or customer interest due to bad performance, frequent downtimes, and overall lack of understanding the best practices.
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