Home 2018 SEO with WordPress [GUIDE] (PART 5)

SEO with WordPress [GUIDE] (PART 5)

by Techie Crunch

Now in SEO [GUIDE] (Part 5), we’ll discuss the following two practices.

  • Speed
  • Optimizing Images


Speed is an important factor in the search experience of users. A searcher who exits before your web page loads isn’t finding the information that they’re searching for. Because of this, your website may be penalized for having terrible load instances.

In fact, Google has used web page speed as a rating factor. Google analytics have proven that 53% of visitors abandon a mobile web site if it takes longer than three seconds to load. So, with mobile site visitors making up extra than 50% of most websites overall visitors, cell page speed genuinely does identical revenue.

Usually, a website load slowly because of the size and exceptional of visual elements. Photographs, backgrounds, fonts, videos, complicated layouts and ultimately slow load instances appreciably.

For solving these problems are the following steps that might help us.

  • Optimizing images
  • Magnifying your code
  • Hosting locally
  • Caching your site
  • Designing with speed in mind

Optimizing Images

Images are a tremendous part of SEO, and one that’s often forgotten.  To optimize the image following steps may help.

1. Name your images using targeted keywords.

2. Use alternative text.

3. Take a look behind the curtain.


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