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Supercharge Your Online Potential With Page Speed!
June 3, 2020
Supercharge Your Online Potential with Page Speed
  1. Web Design
  2. Supercharge Your Online Potential With Page Speed!

Want To Supercharge Your Online Earning Potential? Start With Page Speed!

Table of Contents

  1. It’s Time To Get Quick About Being Fast Online
  2. If you want to increase your website page performance, there are some vital elements that come into play
    1. Optimized Site Image Sizes & Formats
    2. Optimize Your Site Caching
    3. Stop All Extraneous Redirects
    4. Condense Your JavaScript and CSS
  3. Ready To Supercharge Your Page Speed?

It’s Time To Get Quick About Being Fast Online

Did you know that when it comes to having an engaging and effective website, speed is everything? Even a second or two lag in your web page loading times across your web presence can bring incredibly bad results to your online business’s bottom line.

Nobody likes to wait, and if your website’s speed is bad, it is likely that you are losing valuable, paying customers who expect their experience to be tailored to today’s high expectations of speed and convenience. Whether using your site on a desktop or mobile device, the speed at which they can travel from a landing page to their shopping cart is vital for a sale to successfully be made.

On average, an online customer expects to wait no more than two seconds for your website’s content to load on their device. If your site is taking any longer, you can guarantee you are losing valuable revenue.

According to Google’s analytics, nearly 53% of mobile users will choose to leave a website that takes longer than 3 seconds to load. The average website’s loading time is currently 20 seconds. With that terrible of an average, you have everything to gain by optimizing your site to beat the curve.

If you want to increase your website page performance, there are some vital elements that come into play:

1. Optimized Site Image Sizes & Formats

Here’s the truth: The images and videos featured on your site are important to engage your customers, but they are bandwidth hogs. This space issue can cause your loading time to slow to halt. Before you add any images or videos to your website, use photo editors to decrease the size of images before loading them into your site. We know that your picturesque landscape shot looks incredible, but you don’t need it to be a huge file size on a cell phone screen. Consider using a website image optimization service such as G-ZIP that can condense file sizes in your website, and pull them out only when necessary.

The reward? A quick and speedy website that is responsive.

2. Optimize Your Site Caching

When someone visits your website, the image files, CSS, and Java files on our pages will load up each time, which can take up a lot of time as the page tries to pull itself together. To alleviate this problem, optimize your site’s caching to have the browser store all of your page resources and files for each subsequent request. If there are repeated page loads by a user, the files can be pulled from the cache instead of having to be loaded up each and every time the page is visited. You can find all kinds of services online that feature ways to load up your cache with your content to decrease load times tremendously.

3. Stop All Extraneous Redirects

By stopping needless redirects on your website, you can decrease the amount of time required to get people where they want to go on your site. While some redirects are unavoidable, you can cut down on the number by making sure that your website’s pages are synced together correctly, and that you have as much information contained on a page that is possible – while still looking pleasing to the eye. Consider cutting down on the number of redirects you need by condensing your site with inspiration from landing pages. (While you are cleaning up, get rid of all broken links you may have not realized were still out there!)

4. Condense Your JavaScript and CSS

Consider the process of minification on your site’s JavaScript and CSS data. With minification, you can rename various variables to shorter names and more concise names to reduce the code and therefore the loading time associated with each page. For help navigating the process of minification, check out uglify.js – a service built for those who want to clean up their code.

Ready To Supercharge Your Page Speed? Contact Shaka Web Design Services Today!

We get it – the above steps can seem a bit overwhelming. “Why go through this trouble?” you may be asking, “Can’t someone just do this for me?”

Lucky you! At Shaka Web Design Services, you have a team in your corner who is ready to take your website to the next level of speed. You may need a bit more help to make sure that your page speed is working hard for you – and not the other way around. The team at Shaka Web Design Services is an industry leader in page speed optimization for websites of all kinds and can help you with a variety of services that are dedicated to helping your website be the money-maker it can be in today’s digital market. To learn more about the services of Shaka Web Design Services get in touch with a team member today.

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