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Use of rel=dns-prefetch tag in a website or blog SEO, Speed and revenue

In this article, we’ll discuss the Link “dns-prefetch” role in a website loading speed and Search Engine Optimization of a page.

Use the dns-prefetch tag in your WordPress or blogger blog aftermath you’ll see an increased speed as well as the revenue.

Blogger, WordPress Search Engine Optimization Technique

What is Link dns-prefetch?

We all know the value of time, it’s utilization is very important now a day. A website with a fast speed gains more traffic than a slow one. Google also takes it very seriously in SERP. If your speed takes 1 time less than the current loading time then it would gain 30% more traffic according to Google. Out of various techniques, the Link dns-prefetch is also a technique of utilization of time of both, you and your customer. When you use the link dns-prefetch technique on your website, it works as

  • dns-prefetch or you can say resolve DNS of linked website in the idle time of browser.
  • Boost SEO indirectly as Speed is also a part of SEO, that lead to increase your traffic.
  • It also plays a role in increasing the revenue of your website by loading ads very fast.

How to implement Link dns-prefetch, in your domain?

Blogger

WordPress

Others

Blogger Webpage

It’s very good news for blogger users that the blogger platform is upgraded now. And they can implement new think with more control. Come to the point, “How to implement dns-prefetch in blogger”. For this, you’ve to do is

  • Log in to Blogger account
  • Go to Theme>Edit HTML
  • Find <html> and </html> tag.
  • Paste your dns-prefetch Link.

WordPress

  • Login to WordPress Dashboard
  • Go to Appearance>Theme Editor.
  • Find “Theme Header” and edit it.
  • Find <html> and </html> tag..
  • Paste your dns-prefetch Link just before </html>.

HTML

  • Paste your dns-prefetch Link just before </html>.

You can also use preconnect, prefetch other than dns-prefetch. To check which Links to used in the Link section please visit Google PageSpeed Inside. Remove ads link before analyzing “dns-prefetch” values.

For Blogger users: Important dns-prefetch values, you can add more as per your needs and web links.

<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//1.bp.blogspot.com' />
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//2.bp.blogspot.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//3.bp.blogspot.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//4.bp.blogspot.com'/>

For WordPress users who connect Jetpack and serving image using Jetpack. : Important dns-prefetch values, you can add more as per your needs and web links.

<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//s0.wp.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//v0.wordpress.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//i0.wp.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//i1.wp.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//i2.wp.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//c0.wp.com'/>
<!--for google font -->
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//fonts.googleapis.com'/>
<link rel='dns-prefetch' href='//s.w.org'/>

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