How to Serve Images from a Sub-Domain [WordPress]

How to Serve Images from a Sub-Domain [WordPress]

We all know that Google started ranking website based on Page speed. Though the difference due to page speed could be as low as 1%, but it's one of the part of Google SEO suggestion. In this post I'm going to share how you can host images in a sub-domain and server images to main blog. Earlier I shared how to use dropbox as CDN, but using Dropbox was a little manual so I wanted something automatic which may also improve my site speed. After searching the web, I found that serving images from a sub-domain also improves the loading time because of (25 comments)

Now Facebook Like button will Pick the Right Image

Now Facebook Like button will Pick the Right Image

Sharing your articles on social media can drive immense traffic and we have already covered how to drive traffic from Facebook. When ever you or one of your reader share an article on Facebook or other social-media sites, it fetches the image from the post and post it. It's very important for you to make sure right image is being shared else you will miss out a lot of opportunity on getting traffic. None the less, your shared post will look immature and funny wit a wrong post image. I have used many sharing buttons on my blog and I found that all of (2 comments)

How To Create AdSense For Search Ads & Show Results Within Site

How To Create AdSense For Search Ads & Show Results Within Site

Google Adsense is one of the best way to monetize your blog. For any bloggers, one can quickly add Text ads, link ads and AdSense for search. Adsense for search helps to boost your earning and at the top of it, it helps your readers to find content on your blog. Even if you are not using Adsense for search, you should have a search box on your blog to make sure that your readers can find content within your blog. Moreover showing search results within your blog will help to lower down bounce rate. When we configure Adsense for search, we have two (23 comments)

How to Use DropBox as Free CDN for WordPress Blog

How to Use DropBox as Free CDN for WordPress Blog

We all know CDN helps to decrease the blog load time but again most of CDN services are paid. Here I'm sharing a tutorial on how you can use your free Dropbox account as CDN account using Super Cache WordPress plugin. Using CDN will significantly decrease your blog loading time and I have tried and tested it on my blog today. Here at ShoutMeLoud, we already shared a post on How to boost your blog with Rackspace cloud files but again you need to pay for Rackspace account. You will be surprised to know that Dropbox lowered the site's load time up to 4 (35 comments)