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Speed Up Your Site with a CDN: Getting Started Guide

This article was contributed by Darshan. We all love faster loading websites and so do the search engines, but is your website loading as fast as possible? Should you invest in a Content Delivery Network (CDN) to improve the speed of your site? What is a CDN? Hosting your files on a content delivery network is one of the best ways to speed up your site, and can often save up to 60% bandwidth. CDNs work by hosting your files across a large network of servers around the world. When a user visits your site from New Zealand, they are downloading files from the server that is closest to them. This reduces the load on any single server, making the site faster. Let’s find out if you need a CDN or not, and how to get started with a CDN. CDN Background Check Before coming to any conclusion, we need to make some background checks. It will help us decide the precise route for your website speed optimization. Nature of your website: This is an important one as there are some domains like news, gadgets, lifestyle, travel, and food which are bound to have plenty of images on a single page […]

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