Fast loading and quick surfing, as well as high rankings by search engines, are essential for providing the best user experience and attracting more traffic to your website.
Optimization techniques and SEO play a crucial role in enhancing website performance, user experience, and search engine rankings
By focusing on fast-loading pages, quick navigation, and high rankings, developers can create websites that deliver a seamless experience for users while also improving their visibility on search engines
Our projects are optimized to load as quickly as possible, which ensures a convenient user experience.
We use various techniques to achieve this, including server optimization, graphics optimization, and front-end optimization.
We ensure quick and smooth switching between sections and pages, without loading unnecessary and identical content.
We use modern approaches like Single-Page Application (SPA) and Server-Side Rendering (SSR) combined, which allows us to implement the fastest possible experience for the user along with the best SEO pratices.
High speed scores affect the ranking in search engines, leading to a higher position in Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs).
We optimize our projects up to the green zone in Google PageSpeed Insights and follow all necessary methods and techniques to achieve high rankings.
Our projects are well-ranked by search engines.
We optimize our projects up to the green zone in Google PageSpeed Insights.
We know methods and standards, and also tips and tricks. Continuously improve our optimization techniques to stay up-to-date with the latest trends.
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Search engines prioritize sites that load faster and display content faster.
This affects the ranking and your site is higher in the search results list.
High ranking indicators in search engines are achieved both by optimizing the speed of loading content and by working out the site structure and page code for better analysis by search engines.
We apply a complex Server-Side Rendering (SSR) + Single Page Application (SPA) approach, which combines the advantages of both: improved search engine indexing of SSR with the quickness and smoothness of SPA.
This approach ensures that search engines receive the same content as users, leading to faster data delivery, quick surfing, and high search engine rankings.
Using such a technique is effective for enhancing web application performance, SEO, and user experience. However, it also presents unique challenges that developers need to address carefully.
Server optimization is a crucial part of improving a website's loading speed and overall performance.
By optimizing the server, you can ensure that it responds quickly to user requests and delivers content in the most efficient way possible.
To handle high traffic volumes and ensure that the server remains responsive, you can use a set of techniques to uniformly distribute workload and traffic. Using load balancing, caching mechanisms, distribution services into multiple instances, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs), optimization of the databases, you can ensure that your server responds quickly to user requests and delivers content in the most efficient way possible.
We optimize static and dynamic graphics by using special compression algorithms, converting graphics to modern formats, server-side conversion of dynamic and custom graphic data, and moving graphics to CDNs.
These measures help reduce the weight of graphics and improve loading speed.
We ensure that fonts are loaded correctly, which is crucial for fast loading and the first display of content.
We use various techniques to optimize font loading, such as font preloading and display. If you have several fonts in your layouts and more than one typeface for each, it makes sense to combine them and get rid of excess symbols
We pay attention to individual indicators such as First Contentful Paint (FCP), Total Blocking Time (TBT), Time To First Byte (TTFB), Largest Contentful Paint (LCP), and Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS).
These indicators help us identify specific areas that need optimization and ensure the best user experience. For example, improving FCP reduces the time it takes for the user to see the first visual elements of the page.
Total Blocking Time (TBT) and Time To First Byte (TTFB) are two additional metrics that measure the responsiveness of a website.
TBT measures the amount of time that the website is unresponsive to user input, while TTFB measures the time it takes for the server to respond to a request.
To improve TBT and TTFB, it is important to optimize the server response time and reduce the amount of time it takes for the website to become interactive. This can be achieved through techniques such as server-side rendering, lazy loading of resources, and reducing the size of the codebase.
First Contentful Paint (FCP) is a crucial metric for measuring the speed of a website's loading.
It refers to the time it takes for the first visual elements of a website to appear on the screen, such as text or images. A fast FCP helps to improve the user experience and can lead to higher search engine rankings.
Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) and Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) are two metrics that measure the visual stability and loading speed of a website.
LCP measures the time it takes for the largest element on the screen to become visible, while CLS measures the amount of shifting that occurs on the screen during loading.
By paying attention to each of them, developers can identify areas that need improvement and implement effective solutions to enhance the user experience and improve search engine rankings
Optimization is critical to providing the best user experience and attracting more traffic to your website.
By using modern approaches, paying attention to individual indicators, and optimizing various parts of the website, we achieve high rankings, fast loading, and smooth navigation.