If you want better SEO ranking and faster website speed, you need to do WordPress image optimization. In today’s technological world, both SEO and website speed matters a lot to website owners.
At the same time, it is common that most webmasters assume WordPress image optimization as a method to improve website loading speed.
Truth: An optimized WordPress image helps to rank on Google too!
With that being said, this is my video for day 2 vlogging series.
Watch the video and tell me what you think!
The easiest way to start WordPress image optimization is through compressing the images (for smaller size). Next, ensure that the image file name is correct and represents what you want to rank for (keywords).
Last but not least, always remember that a good WordPress image optimization includes uploading at the right size, compress (lossy) and keeping it as high resolution as possible (hint: retina display).
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