Do you know guys that your web page loading speed directly affects on your website ranking and traffic? Yes friends, according to one of the site ranking factors of Google your website page loading speed should be fast as it affects directly your web traffic and ranking. So, it is very necessary to make your website load faster. In this article, I’m going to tell you some easy and most effective tricks to make your website load faster.
There are various factors responsible for high or low page loading speed. I’ll cover the most affecting factors in this article and give you the prominent and simple ideas to increase your web page loading speed.
Now, have a look on the following 5 tricks that must be effective for each website to increase page loading speed:
2. Use Small Size of Media (Image/Video) Files
Big size of images takes more time to open in web browser. So, if you want to make your website load faster, you should reduce the size of your media files. If your site is WordPress oriented, you can use any image optimization plugin like WP Smush.it.
If you don’t want to reduce the quality of picture, crop the unnecessary part of picture and upload on your website. In my case, I simply use Photoshop to edit and optimize the media files.
3. Remove Blank Space From Your Source Code
White space or blank space wastes the needy space of your page which also takes part in slowing your website loading speed. You can remove it to improve your website loading speed.
However, it takes some time in removing the white space from source code depending on how much blank space available in your code. If you have no free time for this work, you can remove blank space by using any HTML optimizer available on Internet and can be used online.
4. Enable Webpage Caching
Webpage caching is a mechanism to make a temporary storage of HTML (static) pages and images. It means if anyone visits your site, browser stores that page temporarily and delivers the static page every time rather than the original dynamic page so that it will render more faster than ever before.
Caching is also used to reduce bandwidth usage and server load. That’s why the websites load faster after using webpage caching. If you are running a WordPress blog, you can use some of the plugins like WP Super Cache (I use on this blog) to enable caching of webpages.
5. Use Content Distribution Network (CDN)
However, if your website is using low bandwidth, you can go for a free CDN for beginner – CloudFlare. Other than this, if you can pay a little of $10 (approx) budget per month, you can start with MaxCDN, a popular content delively network all over the world.
That’s all! I hope these all tricks will help you a lot for speeding up your website page loading speed. These all are very easy to apply on each website.