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Resources to Help Build Your Online Business Faster, Smarter

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“If you’re serious about speeding up your site and you’ve optimized the heck out of it (smushed images, minified CSS and JavaScript, set up a caching plugin…), it’s time to think about signing up to a content delivery network, or CDN.

A Content Delivery Network (CDN) will drastically reduce server lag by storing static resources on a network of faster loading and better-located servers to your own.

However, choosing a CDN can be tricky since there are many options available. Finding the right one depends entirely on your needs and the popularity of your site.

In this post, we’ll look at some of the more popular CDNs available for websites, big and small.”

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Done For You Blog Says: If you’re just starting out with your blog, you’re going to be more concerned about content, traffic and monetization than with tweaking the page loading speed of your site. But as your website grows, you’ll want to consider adding a CDN so that your visitors have a better experience while visiting your site.