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    How to LazyLoad images to Improve Page Speed [WordPress]

    September 19, 2011
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    Blog pages with lots of images can take a lot of time to load. The loading time can be decreased by using the sexy lazyloading image effect. Lazyloading script loads images when all the other things on a page are loaded and shows them with a stylish fade-in effect. More over, you will see this effect on many high traffic site including mashable. Lazyload effect can be added using 2 plugins which I am going ...

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    How to Integrate Google Page Speed with W3 Total Cache

    July 1, 2011
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    Earlier I wrote about How to configure W3 Total cache and also about Google Page speed. Latest version of W3 total cache allow you to integrate with Google page speed to see the performance of your site. Faster your site is, better it’s for search engine ranking. In this guide, I will be sharing how to enable Google page speed inside W3 total cache. I assume, you must have installed w3 Total cache plugin. In ...

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    4 Factors that Make Visitors Feel Comfortable

    May 20, 2011
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    This is a guest post by Rajesh who blogs at iPhone5Jailbreaktips. If you would like to write for ShoutMeLoud, check our guest posting guidelines. Have you ever visited a blog and while you’re there you feel welcome and comfortable? There are lots reasons that make you uncomfortable when in any blog. There are lots of webmasters who try to make their site more attractive by displaying lots of flash, animations, videos email subscriptions box etc. ...

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    Google Analytics Added Site Speed Analytic Report

    May 8, 2011
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    We all know that these days Google is paranoid about speed and quality. They have already made it clear that page load time is one of the signal which they are considering for search engine ranking. To make user work easier, Google analytics has added a new feature which will let you track page load time of internal pages of  your blog. This new feature added by Google analytic is call Site Speed analytic report. ...

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    Google Page Speed Extension: Optimize Website for Faster Loading

    March 24, 2011
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    We all know that Google uses page load time as one of the several matrices to rank your website and it’s important to keep your blog load time as low as possible. Earlier we posted about ySlow for Chrome launched which is an extension for Yahoo team to analyze your page speed and load time and it suggests you to work on certain elements which needed to be optimized. Day before yesterday Google introduces Google ...

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    How to Use DropBox as Free CDN for WordPress Blog

    March 24, 2011
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    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 ...

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    7 Smart Ways To Reduce Your WordPress Blog Loading Time

    July 9, 2010
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    Few days back Harsh informed you about Google started ranking website based on Speed and since that we all realize and understood why it’s not a necessity to offer a faster loading blog. Decreasing load time helps search engine and also your readers. Not only it will give an amazing user experience, it will also help in reducing the bounce rate of your blog. Today, I’m sharing 7 tips that will help you to reduce ...

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    Google Started Ranking Websites Based on Website Speed

    April 12, 2010
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    Few months back Google webmaster team indicated that they will start ranking websites based on their website load time. Websites which take ages to load slows down the Internet. Apart from other parameters like meta title, meta descriptions, Google will also consider Page load time as one of the biggest reason for your website search engine ranking. <Credit> In an official blog post, Google team confirmed that they have started putting this in action though ...

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