+40 724 515 551 office(at)blike.ro

Website Speed Optimization

Website speed optimization

We live in a fast-paced world. People want things as quickly as possible and they feel unhappy when it takes too long.When you encounter a slow-loading site, you are most likely to close it within a few seconds.Let us help you optimizing your site speed. We are here to prevent your site from opening slowly.

Google understands consumers who want quick access to information, products and services. As a result, it rewards fast-loading sites.

speed-index-blike

Let's take a look at some ways you can use site speed optimization to your advantage.

What is website speed?

Site Speed refers to how fast your site loads when someone manually enters the URL or clicks the link that directs them to your site.

The average loading speed in all industries and countries is 8.66%, but the recommendation is to reduce this time to three seconds or less.

Increasing your site speed will give you great advantage over your competitors.The biggest advantage "improves your ranking on google".If your site loads in three seconds and your competitor's loading in nine seconds, Google displays your content first.

The sooner the website homepage opens, the search engines will detect the opening speed. You can learn both the overall performance and the speed performance of a website from the sites that use the most common tools, such as gtmetrix.com and pingdom.com.

Are you worry about optimizing your site speed?

Google has its own measurement tools.

Why don't you go directly to the source?

Google PageSpeed Insights is a free tool that helps you diagnose problems that might slow down your site.

If you think you have a slow website and you want to bring more visitors to your site just contact us and let's do whatever it takes for your site.

Website speed optimization :

  • How long will your website load into the browser?
  • Which important, critical files should be minimized on your website?
  • Does your site address have redirects to another url?
  • Is browser caching available?
  • Does it compress?
  • Do image files take up a lot of space?
  • Are there font mismatches?
  • Are there more HTTP requests?
  • Are 404 or 301 errors received from URLs?
  • Are CSS, HTML and JS files compressed?