2) Minimize HTTP Requests
Using too many HTTP requests can cause major performance issues. On larger sites, minimizing your HTTP requests is a good way to speed things up overall. You may also want to look into a CDN (Content Delivery Network), which can serve your images from a server closer to your users. Using fewer HTTP requests will help you avoid that dreaded loading message while also keeping your site load times in check.
3) Use Key CDN or Cloudflare CDN
The internet is very fast, but web servers and networks aren’t. By using a CDN like Cloudflare or Key CDN, you can leverage data centers around the world that are hosted by companies who have a vested interest in making their customer’s websites load as fast as possible.
Hosting your content in the right location can make a huge difference to your site performance, especially if you’re running an e-commerce website. A Content Delivery Network (CDN) considers this, replicating your website content across multiple geographically dispersed locations, with intelligent routing systems in place to serve the user the content they need based on their location and ISP.
Make A Good First Impression
A strong first impression can set the tone for a lasting relationship between your website and your customers. Implementing page-load speeds of under two seconds, sites can immediately deliver that positive experience on arrival, providing more time to focus on a great brand experience moving forward. That’s why it is essential to ensure that your first impression is instantaneous, and avoid slow server response times, delayed content delivery network (CDN) activity, and unoptimized image formats.
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