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    What is CloudFlare CDN & How to Set Up For WordPress Blog

    September 10, 2013
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    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 ...

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    How to Improve User Experience on Your Blog

    April 23, 2013
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    Running a blog is fun, and specially when you are getting good traffic, good engagement, it’s time for a blogger like you and me to improve the user experience. In today’s date, search engine loves websites or blog, which offers great user-experience. Usually we are so busy in writing great content for our blog, marketing our blog, that we forget the important elements which makes a user stick to our blog. Today, I will be ...

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    How to Setup Google Tag Manager for Tag Management on your Site

    November 18, 2012
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    Google tag manager (GTM) is one of the newest free product by Google to make life of a Webmaster easy. For every Website we create, we end up adding many tags, Javascripts for social buttons and scripts like Google analytic tags, advertisement tags or any other. Now, lets see this from a non technical point of view, what if you just got a new tag and you need to add it into your Blog, you have ...

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    Best WordPress Cache Plugin – Make Web Faster

    February 29, 2012
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    Internet in today’s date is all about speed. Faster your site and webpages loads, better it is for User and for search engine. There are many ways by which you can speed up your website that including selecting the best Webhosting, selecting a better platform for your Website (WordPress, Drupal, custom CMS ) and so on. Here we will talk about some of the best WordPress cache plugin that you can use it on your ...

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

    October 24, 2011
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    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. Also Read: How to Lazyload images to improve site loading speed. Earlier I shared how to use dropbox as ...

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    Google CDN based Paid Page Speed service Announced

    July 29, 2011
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    We all know Google obsession with page load time and they already made it official that page speed is one of the hundreds of matrices which they consider in search engine ranking. Google already released couple of tools like Webmaster page speed graph, Chrome page speed extension and so on. Finally in an official blog post, Google announced the alpha launch of their new service call Page speed service. Though they have not mentioned if ...

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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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    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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