Insights and advice for improving web performance.

21 Ways to Reduce Bounce Rate on Your Website

21 Ways to Reduce Bounce Rate on Your Website

When it comes to running a successful website you should always be looking at all the data. A very important factor that a lot of website owners, developers, and marketers overlook is their bounce rate. If you have a high bounce rate than most likely there is a cause for that such as your website is slow, it has bad navigation, HTTPS mixed-content warnings, unusable on mobile, etc. which are causing visitors to leave your website.

March 8, 2016 Read more
5 Ways to Improve Google Ranking in SERPs with a CDN

5 Ways to Improve Google Ranking in SERPs with a CDN

Everybody wants to rise higher in SERPs and the difference between first and second page rankings in Google can be night and day when it comes to traffic and generating more leads for your business. Web performance plays a crucial role in your strategy to improve Google rankings in SERPs. A content delivery network (CDN) can help you achieve those coveted first page rankings in five different ways; by taking advantage of the HTTPS ranking factor, decreasing your overall load times, "dwell time," bounce rate, and speeding up the indexing of your images.

February 18, 2016 Read more

CDN SEO: Indexing Images in SERPs

SEO plays a very vital role when it comes to the success of your website, and a small part of that includes your images appearing in Google image search correctly. There is sometimes confusion about how a CDN handles images and so in this post we show you the best practices for indexing images in SERPs while using a content delivery network. Importance of images in SERPs From our experience, image search potential is always underestimated.

October 8, 2015 Read more

Best SEO for Your CDN

Search engine crawlers (also known as bots or spiders) scan your website whether you like it or not. They scan pretty much everything that's available, which is normally a good thing. Why is SEO with CDNs so important? As you start using a CDN, your content can appear from different domains. Nothing wrong about that as long as the search engines have clarity about your content. If the content is not clearly declared, they will penalize you for duplicate content.

August 5, 2014 Read more
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