Improve Your Website’s Page Load Speed for Better SEO [INFOGRAPHIC]

There are a number of reasons why a site may load slowly, some of those reasons include: cookies, content, server, CSS, JavaScript, etc.

This infographic is designed to show you why your website may not be loading fast enough. This is a must read for internet marketing geeks or anyone who wants to improve their site’s performance. Fast page load speed makes for happy users. When you reduce the time it takes your website to load your time one site will increase while your bounce rate decreases, you should also notice an improvement in conversions.

Improve Your Website's Page Load Speed for Better SEO

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Website load speed has a direct impact on business growth and it can be measured, especially when you have a high number of unique visitors using your site. Site speed is a crucial factor for any business when you consider the growth and competition in both ecommerce and lead-gen businesses.

Refer, to the source article Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site at Yahoo! Developer Network, to explore things/practices in detail.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to this infographic, Christy Kunjumon, Rajesh Balakrishnan.

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Nikhil is SEO Team Lead at TechWyse. With four year experience in Internet marketing, his passion is to help businesses reach online success by using the best methods of practice.

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    Great post…we have had trouble with site speed with a previous captcha. Got it taken care of use MaxCDN now. Good work guys

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    This is a very good post to learn how to optimize web load speed. I really liked the infographic. If a page takes more than a couple of seconds to load, I’ll propbably try elsewhere, it’s really annoying.

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    Nice post with the infographic. Very useful information.

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    These are great tips! I’m going to give this infographic to our programmers. It can serve as their checklist as they are now in the final stages of developing a website. :) Thank you!!

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    I like infographics. It makes me understand things much better for some reason. I have a question: how much of an impact does a webpage load speed have on SEO?

    By the way, I read somewhere that the use of infographics help with SEO. Is that correct? If so, how? It’s just an image…

    Thanks for the tips!

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      No one knows exactly how much speed helps with SEO. Google doesn’t disclose anything about their algorithm. But if you think about the user experience, site speed plays a big part, so therefor it must be an SEO factor.

      Infographics help with SEO because they build links.

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    Christoffer Madsen 


    Speed is indeed very important, and I often find myself bouncing from sites that lack it.
    Also the infographic is really nice for showing how to make improvements in a handy!

    Very informative article and way to go presenting it in a infographic instead of writing it in point form, the inforgraphic is way more entertaining and fun to read!

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    Are the above techniques feasible for mobile site also? I think other mobile site optimization techns are missing here.

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    Ah, a one stop solution for all. I like that, now I don’t need to Google it every time. This will be very helpful for my development team.


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    This is great information for people that are looking to start a website or looking for help on how to improve their current site.

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    Oh, what a handy infographic. Hope some site owners take heed, even with my hi-speed internet connection some sites load painfully slowly. Some excellent tips you’ve got there :)

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    this is a great help for my blog…it sometimes gets really slow and i think its because all the stuff i put on it. :)

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    I have been to website’s before and I am unimpressed with site’s load speed on occasion. I run blogs on the internet and when my site had a WordPress CSS, i run wp-super cache. It can also be very informative to your users to write a article to increase your users browsers speed by refreshing their cache and deleting their cookies so they can load web pages at a quicker rate.

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    Speed has been king for a very long time. Even when I was making hundreds of sites I used as landing pages for PPC, I would always do whatever I can to make them load as quickly as possible.

    This is probably one of the most underrated aspects of SEO and just page building in general. If people find you in organic search or click on a PPC ad, and your page takes too long to load, they will simply just hit the back button and choose the next option.

    High ranking web pages can lose 50% or more of their viewers just by being slow. Since it has also become a key component of ranking, it is that much more important.

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    Say no to spamming and no copy paste from other sites..Thus increase the sites credibility…

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    Page speed matters a lot in the world when every one needs instant response/result for what they wanted. This includes the speed of web page on a click of the mouse.

    In the present world, peole would not even trust a slow loading site.

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    Great article.

    Definitely something something people should keep in mind. If a site loads too slowly, it will reduce traffic.


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