In this Optimole review, I’m going to give you a look at a new’ish tool that’s focused on handling pretty much every part of the image optimization process for your WordPress site.
While part of that is automatically resizing and compressing your images, Optimole also dynamically serves the right image size based on a user’s browser/viewport, serves images via its own CDN, and adds lazy loading.
Nowadays, marketers have one goal in their mind – Optimize for Speed! The reason is obvious, mobile traffic has surpassed than that of desktop and Google has started to count the loading time of a website as one of the ranking factors. This means you can directly improve your site’s SEO by improving your website speed.
Owing to the fact that billions of websites run on WordPress, it makes sense to improve the load time of your WordPress site in order to improve ROI and raise conversions. I will share the top 5 image optimization tips for boosting the speed of your site.
You have professionals working for you, cracking Google’s search algorithms; you have the best in the market SEO optimizer and you are also spending bucks on content marketing, always choosing the right keywords for your WooCommerce website but still you are not able to increase your Google ranking. The thing you are missing is optimizing your images. Image optimization can be a boon for your website, if your WooCommerce development company has enough knowledge to implement at the first time.