Nov 20 Posted 2 years ago
Thanks Silver for great tips. CSS sprite images is such great idea.
Apr 19 Posted 3 years ago
Pingdom, GTMetrix, google page speed tool are few main source to check page speed.
gZIP compression help allot in increasing page speed.
Jan 30 Posted 3 years ago
Nice post Silver.
We know that speed is becoming more and more critical in both for SEO and end user experience... which has an impact on conversion, so it's great to see more marketers talking about.
For smaller sites, caching plugins are a good idea but for larger sites that deliver large amounts of media files and/or dynamic content, a #Content Delivery Network (CDN) can be extremely valuable. While we've been doing it a while, it's why we are seeing sites like Amazon and more recently, Netflix, creating their own CDNs. Load time is key. Anyway, great post, thanks!
Marketer @ CDNetworks
Jan 29 Posted 3 years ago
Good tips! Thanks for the info Silver! Sue
Jan 28 Posted 3 years ago
Normally I use Pingdom tool to check the page load speed. These are very small but very important points. Thanks for your input in SMT.
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