- 60% increase in overall website performance.
- Allows crawlers to index the pages faster.
- Quick content delivery with dynamic CDN networks.
- 40% increase in search result keyword ranks.
While structured data has to do with the content of a website, it is more of a technological SEO so you need to apply a framework to a website in order to get it right. Typically, if you add a formal description of data, you don't have to do anything about it.
2. Proper Cache System
This allows the website to load in less time as it does not have to load the content from the database but the cache version (static version) of the website is loaded.
Optimization of Images
The Images take time to load if they are of PNG, GIF, and other formats, optimized images are in JPG format and size is reduced with losing the quality.
Inline Small CSS
Inlined CSS reduces the number of files the browser has to download prior to displaying your web page. If you are using an external CSS file, the browser must first load your HTML file, then download your CSS file.
Minification HTML, CSS & JS
Compression and combining of JS, CSS, and HTML which allows the browser to load all JS, CSS, and HTML at once, resulting in faster loading of website.
As on a daily basis website may be updated such as adding pages, posts, etc. that consist of images and the auto-optimization system is added that automatically resizes and optimizes the images.
A Compression system that compresses the website into the server as we create zip files by compress many different files. which allows website to load more faster.
Redirects are instructions or methods that automatically take visitors from one file to another file or location. They are accomplished in many ways. Each way that reduces the page speed.
Make Fewer HTTP Requests
Reducing HTTP requests is the most essential technique to optimize your website. This is particularly important for first-time visitors who have to download all resources instead of loading them from their browser’s cache.
Leverage Browser Caching
Leverage browser caching generally means that you can specify how long web browsers should keep images, CSS and JS stored locally. That way the user's browser will download less data while navigating through your pages, which will improve the loading speed of your website.