How to Increase Blog’s Loading Speed – 8 Useful Tips 2020

How to Increase Blog’s Loading Speed – 8 Useful Tips 2020: Hello, Friends In today’s article I am going to tell you How to Increase the Loading Speed of a blog or website, As a user, you will always want to open the blog or website that has a loading speed, that means that the blog is open quickly. You do not have to wait 10 sec, 15 sec to read the information given on it. Today, users have no patience for websites with poor load speeds or performance. If your blog takes more time to load, then people will move to another blog by pressing the back button from your blog.

Which is not true for us and can not do blog success without traffic. To get a better ranking of the website, Page Speed 80-95 should be Something, Google added the speed of the blog to Algorithm, and Visitors also like Fast Loading Site, and they like to come back to the site.

Importance of Website Load Time

Since 2010, Google has added page load speed to the ranking Algorithm. In 2010, Google said that only 1% of search engine results were affected by the page speed ranking signal. Google has also clarified this if your content is the best, slow load time will not affect your ranking much.

Page Speed has a lot of importance in the search engine rankings, not just in user experience.

One study showed that 40% of the web users would not go back to that website if it took more than 4 seconds to get the site loaded. More than 47% of internet users expect a web page to be loaded within 2 seconds.

Reason for Slowing Down the Website Speed:

  • Website Page Size Grow
  • No mobile-friendly
  • Big image size
  • Extending Google Adsense & other ads
  • Not being optimized
  • HTML, JavaScript & CSS Code Being Uncompressed
  • Using the Advanced Features Widget, site loading speed is slow
  • Setting up a background image

Increase Blog’s Loading Speed – 8 Useful Tips 2020

WordPress blog has a lot of plugins that make our work easy but Blogger is Google’s service which we do not have access to and there are limited features. To improve the loading speed of your blog, you have to follow all the tips below as well

1. Compress Codes

By compressing the JavaScript, HTMLCSS code you are using in your blog, you can improve the blog speed. An uncompressed code may be nice to look at you, but it causes the webpage to load slowly for users.

You can compress your blog’s code with the use of the HTML compressor tool. Once the code is compressed, this site will show you how much size you have saved. This website will notify you if any modifications to your code are essential. You can use the Code Beautifier tool to restore your compress code again.

2: Compress Images

Images take a lot of bandwidth to be loaded, due to this the loading speed of your blog decreases. You could increase the velocity of the blog by way of up to 50% by without a doubt optimizing photos or compressing them.

Reducing the size of the photo image in the blog increases the speed of blog loading. When preparing any post, the size of the image should be reduced before uploading the image. To reduce the size of the photo, you will find many online sites with the help of which the image can be compressed, due to the size of the photo, the website does not open fast, the size of the image should be between 10kb to 30kb needed. You can compress images by 70-80% using online tools – CompressJPEG, ImageOptimizer,, TinyPNG, Optimizilla Tool for image compression, and this will not affect the quality of your images.

3: Avoid Too Many Ads

What do many people do more than any advertisements like Google AdsenseAmazon Ads (Affiliates), Adnow is the Blog website, With more advertising on the website, there can be no more income or traffic can come, because by applying more ads, Google reduces earning and Speed of Page is also slow. Therefore, use fewer Ads.

4: Use Fast Loading Template

The speed of your blog depends largely on you, which theme/template you have used. On the Internet, you will find many free and paid templates but before using the template you must definitely review whether it is SEO friendly, fast-loading, mobile-friendly or not.

5: Remove Unwanted Widgets

Every time you add a template in your blogger weblog, by default many widgets like a search box, archive, visitors count, tags, featured post, etc will appear in the sidebar and footer. The more widgets you use, the effect can also be in your loading speed.

So you should use only the widgets that are more essential together with a recent postpopular postsocial media follow button and category. I also use some of these pick widgets in the sidebar in my blog.

6: Use Minimum CSS and JS

Use at least Javascript and CSS on your blog, so do not use widgets like an unnecessary popup, subscriber widget, Facebook like widget, Twitter timeline widget, heavy JavaScript like CSS code. By default, Blogspot has some JS and CSS files that you can remove if you wish. If you check the speed of your blog on the Google PageSpeed tool, then you get 4 files in the render-blocking elements.…&zx=d0ad9bbe-cc01-44a7-af25-5d08f19d05ac

7. Remove Background Image

It looks good to put images in the background of the website but it is not good for blog loading. To remove the background image in Blogger or WordPress.

8: Minimum Post on Homepage

The speed of the Home page and content page of Blog changes, you reduce the number of posts to reduce the speed of the home page. I would recommend you to show 5-6 posts.

To change the number of posts being displayed on the Blogger homepage, you can go to blogger setting and click on Post, comment and sharing, In the post section, show at the most box, you can change no. of the post.

How To Check Website Speed

So far, we have come to know that our blog has to reduce the loading speed, but first of all how to check the speed of our site or how to find out what our site’s loading speed is? There are so many online tools that allow you to check the speed of your blog.

PageSpeed Insights (Google Developers)

Google’s Pagespeed Insights tool is the most popular tool for speed checking on your blog. Most bloggers must know or use this tool. This tool tells you how many percents of your blog’s speed is optimized for both desktop and mobile, by analyzing your blog’s URL and giving us some suggestions below to improve your page speed.

If your blog’s Mobile and Desktop Optimization is more than score 85 (out of 100) here, then your blog speed is well optimized. You do not need to do much more.

There’s also a Chrome extension for Pagespeed Insights that you can install in your browser and check the speed of the blog.


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