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6 Best CDN Providers for WordPress

6 Best CDN Providers for WordPress

Do you know that slow loading pages are bad for search engine ranking? Page loading is an official search engine ranking factor, and if your pages are not loading within 3 seconds, you need to work on it right away. You need to take care of loading time on desktop as well as mobile. Along with taking care of basic requirements such as good hosting company, cache integration & few others, Content Delivery Network (CDN) plays a great role in speeding up your WordPress site. In case you have missed it, Harsh has already written a great piece about (14 comments)

Where You Should Host Blog Images Without Affecting Load time?

Where You Should Host Blog Images Without Affecting Load time?

"A picture speaks a thousand words." Images on your blog play a major role, and I have discussed them earlier here. For quick recap: Images make your post look more visually appealing. Posts with images get more social media share than a post without an image. Images help in driving traffic from Image search engine. There are few more reasons, but above three are most important. Now, one of the basic question which I never covered before, and that is: Where one should host their blog images? Today, I got an email from one of the readers who (20 comments)

5 Reasons You Should Start Using CloudFlare Right Away

5 Reasons You Should Start Using CloudFlare Right Away

When I first heard about Cloudflare years back, I was like why the heck I need to use it. My site is loading fine and more over I read too many issues back then. Last year, after WPEngine hosting started charging my site for extra visits, I started using Cloudflare to get rid of unwanted bots and spam visits. That's how I started with Cloudflare and after using it for months, I'm so positive about this free service that I recommend to all the readers of ShoutMeLoud. If you are not using Cloudflare or have never heard about it, this guide for anyone (13 comments)

How To Setup Free CloudFlare CDN For Your WordPress Blog

How To Setup Free CloudFlare CDN For Your WordPress Blog

Loading of a web page is one of the known factor for search engine ranking these days. Along with many known technique like using a cache plugin, serving optimized images, using a content delivery network is one highly recommended way to speed up your website. Google have already made it official that if your page loads faster, it will improve your search engine ranking. Here at ShoutMeLoud, we have already covered what is content delivery network and what are it's uses. In the market, there are many paid and free CDN out there, and we have already (30 comments)

What is CDN and Why You need one?

What is CDN and Why You need one?

Content delivery network a.k.a CDN is one of the name which you will always hear when ever someone is talking about speeding up your site. CDN has become one of the easiest way to make your site load faster. Infact all speed checking tool like gtmetrix, Google page speed suggest to use a good content delivery network to improve the site performance. People with technical background are aware of what is CDN and benefits of using content delivery network, but for non-technical people, it sounds like some alien word. Well, nothing to worry about as in this (15 comments)