10 Nov '15, 1pm

Every Second Counts: Why #Page Speed Should Be Your Next #Focus - #development #business #marketing

If you have already invested in making your website mobile friendly for Google's latest algorithm update , then you are ready for the next step: optimizing your pages to load as quickly as possible. Otherwise, all your hard work toward gaining the top rankings in desktop and mobile search will be in vain. How We Know Page Speed Matters to Google In 2010, Google announced that site speed is a factor they take into account for search rankings . Since this revelation, they have introduced specific tools for webmasters to analyze and improve their page load times. First, there is the PageSpeed Insights tool. Enter your website URL and it will show you your speed score for both mobile and desktop devices, plus suggestions on how to fix each of the elements that are slowing your website down. Related articles Are You Making It Easy For Search Engines To Crawl Your Site? Mobile S...

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