For those of you that have made the decision to webmaster your web site, if you have been your own webmaster for any length of time can fully understand how much time it takes to keep a web site up and making it productive.
So finding tools to help make your site attractive more traffic, convert the traffic you have now into sells is important in making your job as a webmaster a little bit easier.
Of course anything we can do to help convert more traffic on our sites is important. One of those things you can do is make sure your site is running as fast as it can to make your load times as short as possible. Load times matter to Google and Yahoo and the other search engines and it should matter greatly to you. And to the search engines load times means a better experience for your site visitor and that helps in making your site pages (remember web sites do not rank, web pages rank) rank higher and in turn more traffic.
Here is a few web pages I would like to point out to you that will help with making your pages faster loading
1)The Yahoo “Best Practices for Speeding Up Your Web Site article is a very good starting point you can view the article here: http://developer.yahoo.com/performance/rules.html
2)All webmasters need a Google Webmasters Tool account sign up today for one at Google if you do not have one. Until then make sure you watch this Video by Malie Ohye at Webmaster Central Blog entitled Site Performance for Webmasters.
The tools and items you learn from Malie Ohye in that video will help you with speeding up your web site and in turn making your site visitors experience even better resulting in better Google Search Results for your web pages that make up your web site.
Remember at KARTHOST we are working to help make you Successful!
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