How You Can Take Advantage of CDN

Looking for an easy and inexpensive way to increase the effectiveness of your website? Try using a Content Delivery Network!

A content delivery network or CDN for short, is a group of servers around the world working together to deliver automatically optimize your website for visitors. A CDN stores your static content (things like images, CSS and JavaScript) on these servers worldwide. When someone visits your site, the CDN will automatically decide the shortest route, and finally, the fastest way to get this content to your visitors. Its content is sent by the server closest, about its visitors, maximizing the speed of your site.

Any questions? Think of yourself as a pizza delivery company with an international restaurant.

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I know it sounds absurd, but stay with me. If you live in New Jersey, where in the world you’re going to deliver pizzas to customers in Paris? It will take a few days right? Well you will not be delivering pizzas in Paris, would you now? It would take too long and loves Pepperoni cold anyway? Instead you must create a chain of restaurants close to your customers. This is essentially what a CDN. It offers pizza (your content) of a restaurant (server) closer to your customers.

Who can benefit from a CDN? In practice, all webmasters! If you are a blogger from New Jersey, do not want a slow site to load readers Paris. Readers really does not matter that the site is slow, because the web page is across the globe.

For them, your site is just slow, and they have not the patience to handle.

Remember that you have about 6-8 seconds for your visitors to decide whether they want to be or jump. Do not let those precious seconds tick way because you think that there is no solution to speed up your site.

Do not you particularly concerned about the speed of your site or loads quickly? Another important factor to consider when deciding to take the time to implement a CDN for your site is ranking complex algorithm that Google takes into account the speed of a site. With this in mind, it is obvious to implement a content distribution network for your site. The fact that you can get better organic search rankings, simply by implementing a CDN for your site definitely puts a different light on things, right?


Posted on November 24, 2011, in CDN, Content Delivery Networks, Drupal CDN, Magento CDN, WordPress CDN and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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