Do you need an Image CDN?
The simple answer is YES, every website needs this type of next-generation image server if they want to comply with Google's Core Web Vitals.
If you know anything at all about SEO and the Logic Methodology you will know that search engines reward websites with the lowest bounce rate on the Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs). So, you need to concentrate on the speed of your pages to boost the effectiveness of your SEO strategy.
Research has revealed that 1 in 4 users leave a website when the loading time is greater than 4 seconds. If your website doesn't offer users an exceptional user experience, they'll abandon it, creating an extremely high bounce rate.
Speed up your website by up to 80% by using our Image CDN - Next Generation Image Server inline with Googles Core Web Vitals.
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99% of our customer start on the FREE 30 day trial in order to test and prove concept before moving on to a monthly subscription. Use the contact page for your free report - how much time and money can we save your business?
Optimisation Package from £49 per month
Upgrade as your business grows. A standard CDN costs roughly 0.17p per GB, our pricing is based on 0.50p per GB but you are only charge what you use – that is the images that go through the Image server. For this reason it works out cheaper than the standard CDN.
Try the Free plan to get started with the next generation of image servers based on WebP and JPEG 2000 formats.
If you know anything about Googles algorithm, Web Core Vitals – then you will recognise this is an important ranking factor to success online.
Overall: We mainly wanted to resolve the image related issues/opportunities mentioned in our Google web vitals report. The report suggested to properly size the images and serve images in next gen formats. So we look out for an image CDN and imagengine worked perfectly for us. Pros: Automatically converted the jpg images on our website to webp. This solved the issue of images in next gen formats mentioned on our Google pagespeed insight score. Cons: It worked perfectly for our requirement. Slightly more expensive that other CDNs, but they also optimized the image payload by 78%. So no complaints!
“Most Advanced Smart Image CDN” Overall: ImageEngine provides an excellent solution to image delivery across the wide variety of devices and browsers you must support. For each device, it returns a version of the image with optimized pixel dimensions based on device resolution and DPI, compressed using the optimal, supported, next-gen image format. ImageEngine removes the need for graphics designers, front end developers and content creators to worry about image compression/formats and cross device/responsive versions of each image. It just handles it automatically. Pros: ImageEngine currently has the most advanced device/browser detection functionality and returns the smallest images sizes, compared to other CDNs, without reducing the visual experience. Images often represent the largest number of bytes transferred for a page and after a 70-90% reduction, page load times decrease dramatically and engagement and conversion rates increase significantly. Alternatives Considered: Cloudinary, ImageKit.io, Fastly, imgix and Cloudflare Reasons for Choosing ImageEngine: ImageEngine returns the smallest images sizes, compared to other CDNs, without reducing the visual experience, at an affordable price.
Overall: I'm pretty satisfied with this tool, managed to get great results and can't praise it enough. Pros: This software helped me to load up my images faster than ever. I don't remember the website ever being this fast. Great tool to use, easy installation and nice features. Cons: There are really no bad stuff about this software.