Google Takes Aim at Slow Web Pages

The search engine giant is all set to bring life to the slow pages on the web. It has launched new Page Speed Services to boost the performance of the slow pages. In order to gain from the smarter potential of the service the end users will be required to point the DNS entry to Google’s servers which will in turn rewrite the page’s content in a manner which aids in faster loading. The users should access the web source as before. However, the service is currently being offered for free of cost to select set of webmasters. Google is aiming at releasing the service globally for free by the end of this year.

One of the major problems sighted with slow sites is that these might hold valuable information for the end user who is searching the information but their slow load ups can be pretty annoying. As a result the users exit from such pages because of non-accessibility. This in turn impacts Google’s advertisers and publishers RoI.

Get going and look to channelize the quality traffic to your blogs through the new service from Google. It will soon become the order of the day amongst the SEO specialists too.


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