Code Cutting for Page Speed

I think we all know that Page Speed is important, and that there are multiple ways to achieve it.

This is a really interesting take from Ian Lurie of Portent on trimming code bloat to get a faster page speed score from Google’s tool.

It’s not the complete answer, but streamlined code is always worthwhile, providing it is scalable.

Read more in this extract from TWIS SEO News & Updates 3rd November 2017.

#SEO #SEONews #PageSpeed
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Digital Things of Interest 08 August 2017

Read the Digital Things of Interest for 08 August 2017, which includes digital news, a study and a how-to guide – mainly across social media and content marketing today:

– Facebook using PageSpeed as part of the Newsfeed algo;
– A how to article on beating the NewsFeed algo;
– A study from Buffer across 16 million social media posts; 
– *That* Google engineer has been fired.

#Facebook #SocialMedia #DigitalMarketing #ContentMarketing #NewsFeed #PageSpeed
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Twitter Linking to AMP URLs

AMP is extending its reach, with Twitter apps now linking to AMP variant URLs. It look like AMP is here to stay for a little while. Find out about this move and ways to implement this tricky little beast.

If you would like to discuss ways to implement AMP and how it could impact your web business, please feel free to contact me.

#SEO #AMP #SocialMedia #Twitter #PageSpeed

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Google Mobile Test My Site Updated June 2017

Find out about the latest updates to Google’s Test My Site Tool in this post. It’s a link / email magnet, but it does have some handy and redeeming features.

If you would like to discuss the ways page speed could impact your web business, and improve traffic and conversions, please feel free to contact me.

#SEO #MobileFirst #PageSpeed #TechnicalSEO

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