Compressing your images to speed up your website page load speed is vital both for Google (which scores your website on load speed for both SEO and Google Ads purposes) and also for your visitors. In this Shortpixel Image Optimiser Review And Set Up Demo I show you how to get this great little plugin up and running.
Click here to go to ShortPixel is a free and a paid plugin, but to start the process is completely free of charge.
She click here to head to Short Pixel and choose either the free version or a paid version if you have a lot of images:>>
One you have obtained the plugin choose the settings to install Short Pixel and get it to work on reducing your image sizes.
On the first tab, General, select “Lossless” as shown below:
Then click save before heading to the Advanced tab and applying the settings below:
Once you have applied those settings, select Save and Go To Bulk Process to start the image size reductions.
That’s it, your images will be compressed in a few minutes or a few hours, depending how many you have.