Google has recently started to consider the page’s loading time as one of the factors for indexing it on Google. There are the various things which you can do to reduce your page’s loading time but all of them are not that much effective. Some of them are the even bogus, while some of them can even deteriorate your site’s indexing position.

So choosing the ways to reduce page’s loading time is the crucial and sophisticated thing but you better don’t worry because we have compiled the list of Top five Ways to Reduce Page’s Loading Time. All of the tips mentioned below are the tested ones, so you don’t have to be worry about your site’s deterioration in ranking and in other aspects of blogging.

Suggested Blogging Tips:

Keep the Check

You should need kick-off by testing your site’s loading speed. There are many various tools present on the web which can allow you to calculate the amount of time your site is taking to completely load. Some of those tools are the Pingdom, Page Speed and Web Page Speed. All of them are completely free of cost and are really useful.

The Image Optimization

You should firstly minimize the use of the images in your post; secondly I suggest you to upload images of .jpg and .png format because they load comparatively faster than the others and ultimately reduce your site’s loading time. Image optimization is the necessary for SEO too.

Minimize The JavaScripts

JavaScripts are really complicated piece of the code, it takes some time for the computer to analyze the code and show you the result. So don’t rely on the JavaScripts too much because it can considerably slower down your site. Plugins, Widgets etc are the things which use JavaScripts a lot and become cause of loading time.

The Hosting

Hosting too is an important factor for the reducing your site’s loading time but almost everyone skips it. Always choose the hosting where you get more space, bandwidth and security. Allow your site to operate in the free-space environment. The Hostgator, Hostable etc hosting plans are quite good and you can rely on them.

Suggested Blogging Tips:

The 301 Redirects

301 HTTP request transfers you from one page of the web to another. It’s being used on the huge scale nowadays, perhaps because it’s a good way to retain site’s organic traffic. The Bloggers do this thing when they find the previous domain uncomfortable, this way they also increases their site’s loading time. I suggest you to reduce the amount of 301 requests on your site as much as possible.

Remember keep all these factors in mind because Loading Time is on the thing which will give you more quality readers. In this all don’t forget to share your views and join my Facebook Group.


  1. Hello, Junaid!
    Enjoyed your post! I have experience with all of the above. I even had one time where my site actually took 9 seconds to load! Now, who would stay around and wait for your site to load if it took that long? They would be gone very quickly!

    I have an image site as well as my marketing and consulting site and when I started to load up my images, it really slowed things down. That’s when I started to take my page loading speed very seriously. I wanted my blog visitors to enjoy their visit and get what they came for instead of leaving frustrated by the experience.

    Thank you for all of your helpful tips!

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  2. Hey Deborah,

    Welcome here I’m glad that you found this post informative. Yeah you are right every web owner need to pay more attention on web page speed as I’m also working on this from couple of weeks.

    I like to here sweet words from you side, if you have some experiences you have share with me too so that I can update this article for other readers and make it more comfortable.
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