Every online user on the internet wants to get the information as fast as possible as per a recent Google update. If your website page takes longer than 6 seconds to load,70% of online users are close to your website before. If your website load time is less than 4 seconds, the probability of bounce rate will be improved as compared to before. Also, better load time is right for your website sales conversion.
But 60% of the website owner, they do not how can improve the website load time. So here are a few suggestions.
Optimize the size of images- Without images can look dull, but large unoptimized photos on your website can hamper the website speed dramatically. Reduce each image their size for improved the website speed.
Serve resources from a consistent URL – Remove the Serve resources duplicate URL, which is coming to the website.
Serve scaled images- Serving appropriately-sized images can save many bytes of data and improve the performance of your webpage. Make your every size according to mobile & desktop device.
Remove query strings from static resources – Some proxy caching servers do not cache resources with a “?” in the URL. Remove the query string and encode on the website for speed.
Enable gzip compression – Gzip compresses your webpages and style sheets before sending them over to the browser. Reduce the size of files sent from your server to increase the speed.
Additional plugin – Remove the unnecessary plugin, which is not used on your website. Which better way to improve speed.
Avoid bad requests – Remove the broken links, or claims that result in 404/410 errors, avoids wasteful requests
Enable HTTP Keep-Alive Headers- Keep-alive allows the same TCP connection for HTTP conversation in place of a new one with each new request. It is a communication between the web server and the web browser.