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Average page load about 15 seconds.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by SEOentrepreneur, Apr 19, 2016.

  1. SEOentrepreneur

    SEOentrepreneur Junior Member

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    I am using stablehost and in google analytics it shows about 15 seconds average.

    My website have less then 1mb. How to improve this and which is hosting that is best for SEO (Faster page load helps better on page optimization,so which is fastest you know)

    Also budget is up to 10$ per month!
     
  2. RuthSam

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    Depends, where is your target audience? If it is Europe Hetzner has an oustanding speed, never seen something better so far in Europe. In the USA there are many cool hosting companies so like liquidweb.
     
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    You got problems at ** 15 seconds especially for a 1mb site. Google is your savior here :)
    Focus on optimising your content, figure if the problem is in your DNS, lots of tools to help you debug these issues depending on your server OS
     
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  4. SEOentrepreneur

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    I am targetting europe as well as USA,but mostly USA.
     
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    Way to high my dude. Run your website through http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/ & see what is causing the issue. What CMS are you using? 15s on a Wordpress site or similar sounds like a hosting issue to me.
     
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    If you use wordpress, just install a cache plugin to reduce the page load related issue. You can test "before and after" using gtmetrix or google's pagespeed to see if there's any improvement.
     
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    Test your website here http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/ and analyze it why it loads so slow, you can list the website components by load time, size, etc.
     
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    On those tests it takes about second or two,but on google analytics it takes a lot more,it shows average 15 seconds up to 25 seconds for germany
     
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    Hello Dear,
    I think you should use CDN services like Cloudflare
    and i suggest you cloudflare because it's free and i am also using this on my websites
    kindly once install Cloudflare and check speed again.
     
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    That's horrible. <1s load times is what you want. Are you using WP? If so, then try w3c total cache.

    I use a VPS rather than a shared hosting provider. VPS seems faster for me. I only pay $5/mo per VPS.
     
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    Choose a hosting company with server located close to your target audience which help to improve the loading speeds for your visitors. If you're currently using a shared hosting account, then you could benefit from upgrading to your own VPS or even a dedicated server. With a dedicated server, you wouldn't be sharing any resources with other websites, So your website gets the full speed the server can provide.
     
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    OP try http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/ again, but don't forget to open Settings and try test with different servers, not only USA one.

    And can you tell us what platform are you using? Its WordPress?
     
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    If you're getting 15 seconds loading speed with a page size of 1mb then your host is terrible, doesn't matter where they're based.

    You can tinker about with pingdom all you like but if your host is that slow you'll make no impact!