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Using our Website Speed Optimization Techniques, Increase the Overall Performance of Your Website.

25% of visitors have already left if your website isn’t loading within 3 seconds. A slow website or even a delay when loading a web page guarantees loss of visitors who are also the potential customers. Some of the real impacts of page speed on conversions are;

46% of people say waiting for pages to load is what they dislike most about browsing the web on mobile

A 100-millisecond delay in load time can cause conversion rates to drop by 7%

79% of web shoppers who have trouble with web site performance say they won’t return to the site to buy again

In all the above scenarios, website optimization to increase website speed is the first and foremost solution not to lose customers and business.

How to Optimize Website Performance?

Optimize your website performance using the various page speed techniques shared below.


By enabling GZIP compression will help in reducing the size of your web files by an average of 60-70%.


Achieve faster page rendering by inlining, defer loading, compressing and learning what to do and what not to do with optimizing CSS delivery.


Render your web pages quicker by loading low priority CSS scripts after the important above-the-fold CSS has loaded with defer load.


Leverage browser caching to speed up your website.

Defer Load JavaScript

Improve page load time by Defer load your JavaScript files.

Inline JavaScript code

Improve page load time with Inline your (smaller) JavaScript.

Inline CSS scripts

Render your CSS by calling it from the HTML head.

Make fewer HTTP requests

Make fewer HTTP requests to minimize parallel downloads by reducing the number of files your web pages load to a minimum.

Useless JavaScript

Remove JavaScript that isn’t needed to correctly and quickly load your web pages.

Reduce the number of functional images

Reduce the number of image files your web pages load by combining or replacing them.

Set up the critical rendering path

Set up the critical rendering path to optimize the initial above-the-fold view your visitors see when loading a web page.

Lazy load images

Lazy load website images when the visitors are viewing them. This will speed up the loading of the above-the-fold content.

Optimize images

Optimize your images by reducing their file size to a bare minimum to speed your website up.

Fix broken requests

Broken requests can slow your web pages down. Fix all broken links, files, images and others.

Use the right hosting

Which type of hosting is best for website speed but also low priced? Shared, VPS, dedicated or another type?

How to speed up Apache

Speed up an Apache server by tweaking its settings and using free applications.

Don’t use CSS @import

Avoid using CSS @import to load external CSS files to avoid slowing your web page down.

Use asynchronous scripts

Improve page load time by loading your scripts asynchronously.

Avoid Javascript libraries

Avoid loading big Javascript libraries like Jquery for smaller functions

Use a CDN

Provide your visitors with the fastest response & download time with Content Delivery Network

Enable keep-alive

Make sure you have keep-alive enabled to allow multiple browser connections without using multiple TCP connections.

Avoid redirects

Avoid using unnecessary redirects and stop them from slowing your website down.

Reduce the number of plugins

Check plugins that slowing your website and uninstall them.

SSL certificate/ HTTPS

Absolutely a must! Actually, Google penalizes those websites that don’t have it.

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