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Best SEO Tips to Optimise your Website


If you have done the job of Buying Hosting and Domain, then the next step is to look over the website Design, so let me highlight something that will make you amazed to experience the website relating to the SEO Condition of your Website.

Let us discuss the term SEO:-

SEO or Search engine Optimisation leads to website Optimisation in such a way that your visitors, as well as Search Engines, don’t get hurt when viewing your website. So you must keep concentrate on the website to optimize and have a good time in loading.SEO is always required to maintain to get a good Google Ranking.


Now let’s come to what is the point you are required to look after the Optimisation:-

1. Website Loading

In every case, we must look after the website loading so that it does not take too much time to load the website completely. The website loading can be decreased by decreasing the loading of images. For example, if your page has one image, the web browser will download only one image. If you have more images, it will load all the other images, too, so the web page loading time will increase. Similarly, if you are serving ads on your website, then the webpage will more time to load as the ads generally serve the source from an external domain and server, which is not under your control. You will notice that the page with only TEXT is loading fast, and the Page which is having too many images takes too much time in loading.

2. Leverage Browser Caching

Do you know by Caching our website internally can serve the pages more quickly to the visitors and save your Limited bandwidth ove? Suppose when visitors come to your home page and then go to any of the internal pages, they will serve the pages more quickly as it will load only the new portion of the pages. WordPress Users can use W3 Total Cache Plugin for it. I will bring another topic for the setting up of W3 Total Cache for fine Tuning.

3. Compression with GZip

In short, contents travel from server-side to client-side (vice versa) whenever a HTTP request is made. Compressing the content for sending greatly reduces the time needed to process each request.

GZip is one of the best ways to do this, and it varies according to the type of servers you are using. For instance, Apache 1.3 uses mod_zip, Apache 2.x uses mod_deflate, and here‘s how you do it in Nginx. Here are some excellent articles to get you familiar with server-side compressions:

  • Speed up a web site by enabling Apache file compression
  • Compress Web Output Using mod_gzip and Apache
  • How To Optimize Your Site With GZIP Compression
  • Server-side compression for ASP

4. Minimize Redirects

Web admins do URL redirects (whether it’s Javascript or META redirects) all the time. Sometimes its purpose is to point users from an old page to a new, or merely guide users to the correct page. Each redirect creates an additional HTTP request and RTT (round-trip-time). The more redirection you have, the slower user will get to the destination page.

5. Reduce DNS Lookups

According to Yahoo! Developer Network Blog, it takes about 20-120 milliseconds for DNS (Domain Name System) to resolve the IP address for a given hostname or domain name, and the browser cannot do anything until the process is properly completed.

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