Website Speed

Are you utilising next-gen image formats?

The benefits of using next-gen image formats such as WebP on your website Images account for around 50% of a website’s weight. Optimising your site to be lighter, means faster loading times and speed is a big key to improved rankings and conversions. Therefore, optimising your images on your website is a crucial search engine...
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Internet Protocol Evolution: QUIC Makes Websites Even Faster

QUIC – The next generation of internet protocol QUIC is the base for the next generation of internet protocol, HTTP/3. It makes loading websites considerably faster for people who have poor connectivity. Website speed has been a ranking signal since 2010 and increasing load speeds helps not only with rankings but bounce rates. You want...
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TLS 1.3 - Make your website Faster

Making your website faster and more secure with TLS 1.3

TLS 1.3 makes websites faster and more secure It’s been a decade since the last encryption protocol update and TLS 1.3 will be rolling out in major browsers such as Firefox and Chrome within the next month or so. It’s already in beta, but the full release is coming very soon as the protocol was...
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Speed up WordPress - 10 Tips

10 Tips on how to speed up your WordPress website

Speed up your WordPress website with these 10 tips There has been a lot of research to show that websites that take more than 3 seconds to load, will result in a high bounce rate. The ideal benchmark for your page load time is 2 seconds and under. Today, we’ll be looking at how you...
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Increase your pagespeed

Increase your page speed, increase your conversions

Increasing your online conversion ratio by increasing your page speed Having a well optimised website, means a better user experience, faster load times, a lower bounce rate and higher conversions. If you’re trying to outrank the competition – you’ll want to have a well optimised, fast loading website. Website speed is a ranking signal Google...
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