This is part 3 of our 3-part series on speeding up your WordPress site trough the means of Content Delivery Networks (CDN) and image optimization. Just as previously, this is all about the quick wins for your WordPress blog … no coding involved, no hassle. (Make sure to read part 1 and part 2 before digesting this one. It’s where we cover the introduction to the whole topic, and the quick-start guide on everything you need to know to make a CDN work on your WordPress site.) The guide you’re reading right now is all about image optimization in WordPress – aka. the easiest way of saving even up to 50% of your site’s whole bandwidth consumption. In other words, optimizing your images is THE no.1 way of reducing your site’s loading times, and thus making the experience smoother for your visitors, as well as Google (it’s always good to stay on Google’s good side). What’s up with image optimization in WordPress Okay, so images, as you know, have certain disk size – the amount of kilo bytes that they occupy on the disk. The trick with image optimization is that you can reduce that disk size of an image without impacting the visual
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