• Reducing Bounce Rate With Related Content

    Bounce rate is a measure of the percent of visitors who enter a website and leave without clicking through to another page on the website. Bounce rates are significant because they indicate the effectiveness of pages on visitor engagement. Lower bounce rates are desired because …

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  • Comparing the Speed of Image Hosts

    It’s not always in a webmaster’s best interest to keep images hosted on their own server. Offloading images helps reduce server load. Offloading images usually results in faster loading because image hosts use dedicated servers and quality content delivery networks to host the images. When …

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  • Finding Your WiFi Password

    If you don’t remember your WiFi password and don’t have it written down anywhere, you can visit your router’s configuration pages and check it there. All you need is a computer that is connected to the network via wire or wireless. Windows If that computer runs …

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  • How I Decreased My WordPress Page Load Time by 5 Seconds

    Gravatar is a service which associates user-provided images with email addresses to allow an image to follow a person from site to site. Gravatar is enabled by default in WordPress; for each comment on a post calls are made to Gravatar’s database to retrieve images …

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  • 10+ Ways to Reduce Your Bounce Rate

    Bounce rate is a measure of how many visitors to your site leave after viewing only one page. Webmasters want to reduce their bounce rate and keep visitors on their sites for longer periods of time because this causes more visitors to become interested and …

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