Well its not an unknown fact now that, loading speed do effects search results. As our blog grows we keep on adding extra things into it, like an image in side bar or too many plugins, unnecessary java scripts etc. All these things effects the loading speed of our blog adversely. But thankfully there are a lot of plugins available to reduce load time of your blog.
In this article we provide you with some useful plugins to improve loading speed.
So heres NetFandu compilation of “9 Best Plugins To Increase Loading Speed”
But before moving on to the list, check out your blogs speed test at this link
It has an impressive list of capabilities. It’s used by great sites like Mashable and Johnchow.com. It is compatible with most servers and server configurations, it also offers the choice of creating the cache on your own server, or using a content delivery network (a number are supported, including Amazon S3, MaxCDN, and Contendo).
This plug-in will serve static HTML file for your visitors. WordPress blogs usualy use heavier PHP scripts. Cached HTML files will be served very quickly.
It is a caching plug-in and can be used in conjunction with other similar plug-ins. If you use widgets, you do need WP Widget Cache, particularly if your blog is hosted on a shared server.
It concatenates all scripts and styles, minifies and compresses them, adds expires headers, caches them, and moves styles to the page head, and scripts to the footer. It also minifies the HTML code itself, making your page really lightweight.
This plugin converts and compresses Images to reduce their size to decrease the page load time,another alternative could be to upload images to free image hosting services and put the img src link on your blog which greatly improve the blogs load time.This plugin converts and compresses Images to reduce their size to decrease the page load time,another alternative could be to upload images to free image hosting services and put the img src link on your blog which greatly improve the blogs load time.
This plugin uses CSS tricks to combine images into a lager one. It will compress your images in your content in one big image. It reduces the number of HTTP requests that the browser has to make thus increasing your blog’s loading speed.
Server load is also important determining your loading speed and this tool will minimize server load and increase loading speed.
It is also somewhat similar to 1BlogCacher, it will also minimize server load and increase loading speed. It also provides 404 caching. You can download this plugin @ this [link]