Tips to Improve Your Website Speed
Use a content delivery network (CDN)
Use asynchronous loading
Enable browser caching
Whenever you visit a site, the site element will be stored in your hard drive. Your browser will thus load the page without sending an HTTP request again.
Monitor mobile page speed
You need to monitor your mobile page speed to help improve performance. The mobile user experience improves your site ranking.
Reduce server response time
The amount of time it takes the DNS (domain name system) lookup affects your site loading speed. The DNS is a database of associate hostnames and IP addresses. The DNS server translates a URL into an IP address that shows the site location online. The DNS lookup finds a DNS record. In case you have a slow DNS, it will increase the time that a browser takes in locating your site. You can speed up the process by switching to a faster DNS