Your website page loading time have much importance in your blogging and effects the user’s experience to visit your website for the very first time. Some time we just focus on a better looking design and forget about the page loading speed no doubt it helps you to display your content in a user friendly way but, what if the visitors have to wait for minutes to load the full page. On the other hand page loading have much important factor when it comes to the search engine ranking.
The question is that “How I improve Blog Speed for 2015 Using Very Simple Tactics”? Here’s I organize some of the proven tips that help me to improve my blog speed.
Using a Premium Reliable Hosting
A faster page load is always flash the readers’ mind and creates a positive impact, and I make it happen. But the question is how I improved my web page loading speed, Yes, I did it with a simple change in my website hosting company. Recently I moved to a faster hosting I would recommend to use BlueHost, GoDaddy, HostGator, NameCheap to enjoy faster page loading speed. I know you would like to know what factors made my blogging life easier and user friendly.
The others hosting plans not offers APC use on their hosting accounts but while using the above shared hosting plans you will surely enjoy this proficient speed advantages. Here are features that make you benefited using the shared hosting plans:
- Enhanced and stabile service
- Allows fewer users per server
- Less use of CPU and memory than Apache
- Faster and efficient connections
All of these features improved my page loading speed. So, what are you waiting for? Get a faster hosting today and enjoy the faster page loading speed for your blog or website.
Minimize HTTP Requests
Yahoo reported that the load time of 80% of websites is spent to download other parts of the page like stylesheets, images, Flash, scripts, etc. Many of the on-page components takes longer time for the page to purification.
How to improve site speed by simplifying your design?
- Modernize the number of webpage components
- Use CSS not images if possible
- Combining multiple stylesheets in one help you
- Reduce the number of scripts, put them at the bottom
While uploading images in your posts you may focus on three things
- SRC attribute
Don’t upload the full HD images in your blog post, Keep in mind our purpose to give useful information to readers not to entertain them with HD images. You can keep your images as small as possible. You can reduce the depth of colors to the lowest satisfactory level. Use image where need and remove image comments.
Use a content delivery network (CDN)
I use Max CDN on one of my WordPress sites, if you are thinking about the price don’t worry about that I found it reasonable and the dashboard is very simple to use. If you have WordPress website there is a plugin Free-CDN that helps you to do the same.
Optimize homepage to load quickly
If you are getting popular and manage to create goodwill among the readers they will surly start to visit your website directly. In order to entertain those visitors you must have a faster load homepage. Here I found some of the tricks to create a faster loading homepage:
- Only show excerpts of post
- I like to show only 5-10 post on homage
- Never use unnecessary sharing widgets on homage
Overall, a clean homage will help me out to make it good looking and user friendly and the most important to load it faster.