Author: Qode Interactive
Date: July 16, 2020
Before you publish images on your WordPress website, it’s important to compress them. The math is simple. If the size of your image files is too big, the pages will be slow to load. And we all know that speed can be a real website killer. People simply don’t want to waste their time nor data (in case they’re not using a WiFi connection) on content that seems to be playing hide and seek with them. In fact, if your page takes more than 3 seconds to load properly, the bounce rate will increase by 32%.
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