How to Reduce Website Loading Time ? – Best Ways

The load time of a blog or a website shows the accessibility and usability of a site. It is, in fact, boring to wait for 10-20 seconds for a single page to load. The increased loading time increases the normal bounce rate of a blog or a website. Increase in loading time will also result in the loss of   traffic and ranking will come down. We can check loading time and make use of some effective techniques to reduce it. In order to check loading time GTmetrix can be used. This company has the functionality to show the breakdown of the Page Speed including the YSlow program. After using it one will know which specific element is causing more loading time. An optimized website or blog can get an A grade (90-100% speed.) An unoptimized website or blog can get B or C grades.So Let us look at the best ways to reduce website loading time.

Best Ways to Reduce Website Loading Time :

1. Choose the best hosting provider: A website or blog depends on its host providing company. If a site gets higher server response, its loading time will increase. Host Gator and Bluehost are the good host providers which one can use from the beginning.

Reduce Website Loading Time - Choose Best Hosting

2. Use minimum amount of ads: Google Adsense and Yahoo use JavaScript. JavaScript increases loading time. Using only 1-2 ads per page will not increase loading time.

Reduce Website Loading Time - Use minimum Ads

3. Compress HTML: HTML compression reduces the size of an HTML page. It can be used to remove unnecessary codes. Search engines like clean html page sources which will enhance search rankings.

4. Choose perfect theme or template: The main structure of a website or a blog is the theme or template. The speed heavily depends on this choice. Poor coding and structure increases the loading time. Better structure will maintain a better speed.

5. Compress and optimize images: Images cause a big amount of band width. If they are huge in size, the loading time will increase. It is better to compress images in order to reduce the loading time.

6. Limit a Single Page Contents: As far as possible try to limit contents on a single page. Lot of contents on a single page requires more bandwidth and it will result in an increase in loading time.

7. Use minimum amount of widgets and plug-ins in Word Press: Use a little amount of plug-ins and widgets if you are on Word Press. Unnecessary plug-ins and widgets should be removed in order to enjoy less loading time.

Article Written by : Danny Lake

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Pankaj Kumar is a Content Marketing Professional and SEO Expert @Rushinformation where he has written and published over 700+ Unique SEO Optimized articles comprising of latest Technology News, Windows and Android Tutorials, Debugging Error codes and much more. He studied and graduated with Bachelors degree in Engineering (Electronics and Communications) from one of the Top Universities (Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi) in India. Apart from being a part time Blogger and SEO Expert currently he is working Full Time with one of the leading IT company in the World as a Software Engineer. With encouragement from friends and support of family, Pankaj Kumar started Rushinformation with an aim of providing and resolving Windows and Smartphone User common issues. In his free time, Pankaj loves to watch Movies, Read Novels and listen to Music ( Will prefer to sail with my Girlfriend though later on :) Grateful for being with an amazing Group of College Buddies, Family friends and some special motivating colleagues, Pankaj makes sure that everyone is welcomed with an open heart filled with Joy :)

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