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SEO Tool Website Speed Optimization – Image Optimization

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by speedofrocket, Jan 24, 2019.

  1. speedofrocket

    speedofrocket New Member

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    Everybody want the search engines to love their website. You can improve your website’s performance by reducing image file sizes. But the problem is that modification always affects their quality, which creates a dislike in the visitors. Some tricks and techniques will help you reduce the image file size without destroying its quality.

    Optimizing Images

    Your web pages will be slowed down by large-sized images that destroy the user experience. The process of decreasing their file size, using either a plugin or script, which in turn speeds up the load time of the page is known as optimizing images. The two commonly used methods are lossy and lossless compression.

    The Need for Compressing Your Images

    Images take up a good amount of the total weight of the webpage. So, images should be the first priority when it comes to optimizing your website. A good image optimization workflow is one of the easiest things to implement. But the truth is that many website owners overlook it.

    Benefits of Image Optimization

    1. Improves page loading speed
    2. Improves SEO
    3. Quicker to create backups
    4. Uses less bandwidth
    5. Uses only less storage

    How To Optimize Images for Web and Performance?

    You can find the balance between the lowest file size and an acceptable quality by formatting your images. You can optimize your images in more than one way. One of the most popular tools ways is to simply compress them before uploading to WordPress. Adobe Photoshop or Affinity Photo can be used to do this. Some plugins also help to do the same.
    The file format and type of compression you use are the two primary things to consider. You two primary things to consider by choosing the right combination of file format and compression type. You’ll have to experiment with each image or file format to see what works best.
     
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  2. Jesicajohan

    Jesicajohan Regular Member

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    Thanks for sharing the very informative information.
     
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  3. iswanto

    iswanto Regular Member

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    thanks for your information
     
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  4. WebXeros Solutions

    WebXeros Solutions Regular Member

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    Thanks for sharing
     
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