If You have a Website or Thinking to create or have any kind of Business, Professional Website then you are in right place 
Web users, today, have become increasingly intolerant of slow loading websites. Even Google has shown its intention to reward sites with faster loading speeds compared to the ones without.
Don’t forget that even a one second delay can result in:

  • Fewer page views,
  • Customer dissatisfaction, and
  • A significant loss in conversion.

So never take your site speed for granted. It can definitely make all the difference in the world for better or for worse.

How to Speed Up Your Business Website/Personal Website With This 7 Secretes 

 

  1. Host your Media Files on a Content Delivery Network

    This is one of the best ways of speeding up your website where you can save up to 60 percent bandwidth and can even reduce the number of requests that your site makes.

  2. Compress Large Pages to Reduce their Loading Time

    Images/Pages should be scaled appropriately, before uploading.It’s Help visitors to open more pages ,1-second load time delay leads to 11% fewer page views, 16% decrease in customer satisfaction and 7% loss in conversions.So,better to compress large pages to Reduce their lading time.

  3. Adjust the Size of your Images before Uploading Them

    If we have a 1000 X 1000 pixels image, which we have scaled down to 100 X 100 pixels with the help of CSS, the browser still loads the actual size, that is, in this case, 10 times more than necessary.

  4. Install a Caching Plugin (Exclusive Point for WordPress Users)

    Its Available in Wordpress Plugin Sections.

  5. Pay Particular Attention to Bad Requests

    Be mindful of would probably work well in that case. Avoid To much bad request 404/401/309 Errors. 

  6. Allow Browser Caching

    Temporary storage of data on the visitor’s hard drive will do away with the waiting time visitors undergo every time they visit your site. This can be done using browser caching. However, the duration for which this data is stored depends on your server-side cache configuration. To enable browser caching, you need to to edit your HTTP headers to set up expiry times for certain types of files.

  7. Reduce the Number of your Redirects

    Don't use more than 3 redirects in a redirect chain. Google Bot will not follow 301 redirects over multiple hubs. Using too many redirects in a chain is also bad user experience. The page speed will slow down with every redirect you use.