How to fix your eCommerce Website’s Speed?

Author James Mash 18.5.2016. | 09:38

You might often wonder how all those giant eCommerce stores became popular overnight, don’t you? But the actual picture is different. Even you know no goal is achievable without putting in all your potential and best efforts.

At the same time, it is an agreeable fact that there are some techniques which can help your business experience some quick growth surges. Growth cannot be estimated on an immediate basis. You have to be patient to see whether the tips you followed are actually workable for your business. Here’s a list of some highly preferable tips for any eCommerce store to speed up and grow, regardless of the products it deals in.

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1)    Check the Website’s Speed: First of all, grade your website’s speed with the use of speed estimating tool. Some tools often offer suggestions to make your website load faster. Go through the Google’s page load criteria thoroughly and work towards the improvement of SEO results. It’s quite a sensible way of analyzing your website’s overall performance. Such tools also help analyze your site’s performance on mobile devices, which is significantly important especially to grab the attention of the mobile generation.

In fact, it’s worth comparing your site elements and performance with competitors too.

2)    Analyze Your Hosting Service Provider: If your eCommerce website is responding way too slow, it’s worth examining your hosting services’ contribution to it. Some hosting services are flexible than others. If you find the services of some other hosting provider better, you can easily make a switch.

One common problem in the context of hosting providers – probably when you incorporated your website, you might not have the same requirements that you have today to serve our mobile customers more efficiently. It might cost you little extra every month, but upgrading to latest hosting packages may prove more beneficial for your business in terms of enhancing its loading speed.

3)    Reduce Your Images’ Size: Your website might become a victim to the large images as they can directly impact the page loading speed. Snap out some time to optimize the images in order to make your website light-in-weight and fast. Choosing the perfect images and then uploading them in high-resolution could become a strain for your website. Compress and cut down the size of the chosen images that will result om a reduce amount of data to be processed with every visit of a user. This will make your website fast without needing any much artistic changes in it.

4)    Fix Broken Links: Broken links often make your website slow with each attempt by the user to open it. You should either remove them completely or make sure that they are linked to the correct destination to make your website more efficient than ever. This will not only improve the loading time but also improve the user experience.

5)    Keep the CMS and Plug-ins Updated: It’s significantly important to keep your content management system and associated plug-ins regularly updated. The advanced versions often help to improve your website’s performance as they are carefully tested to eradicate the issues of previous versions.

6)    Tweak Out all the Slow Components: It might be a case that your website is bearing the load of some components that are slowing the entire system. It would be great to remove all such features in an effort to improve your website’s speed. It’s very important to closely analyze the worth of some elements for which you have to stake your website’s performance or simply go with the faster alternative.

Now that you have some workable tips for making your website’s fast without risking the user experience, you should examine your eCommerce website and work on the improvements.

 

 


kristyThis guest post was written by Kristy Bernales, who has years of experience in designing. She continuously strives for learning new things with the time like newest trends evolving in eCommerce website design and development. She is a passionate blogger and a nature lover too.

Author James Mash 18.5.2016. | 09:38
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