Image CDN - Case Study - This website - November 2021
If you are aiming to use an Image CDN then you will probably want to check the website that is actually selling the product/service – so here it is – these are the results for this website.
The aim was to increase the speed of the website pages by implementing the next-generation CDN image server. This will reduce bounce rates and increase conversion by delivering the web pages faster.
Images are delivered in webP format (Google format developed in 2010) – Google now uses this preferred format as part of their Google algorithm, Web Core Vitals – this means better SEO.
We used a WordPress plugin to setup the image CDN via an API code. We tested using GTMetrix before the installation of the plugin. We tested immediately after the install and then later in the day.
We also optimized the server, updated all the plugins and platform versions.
Results: From D to A, 6.1 seconds to 795 milliseconds