Add up to 10 multiple image files
(Size Limit: 2MB per file | Supported Formats: JPEG & PNG)
Image optimization is Important and you know it 62% of today's internet traffic is made up of images. Optimize them with Image Optimizer tool provides by upseotools and save both money and time. Upload up to 10 images. Wait for the compression to finish. Click thumbnails in the queue for a quality setting. Image Optimizer is an online application which reduces image size as much as possible, trying to preserve the best quality for each optimized image. Online Image Optimizer helps you:
The reason for optimization or compressing an image could be to reduce its redundancy and irrelevance in the data of an image that allows users to transfer or store data efficiently. The reduction in file size will efficiently allow users to store more images in a given memory space or amount of disk while significantly reducing the time that is required for downloading the images or sending them over the internet.
Images with large file size slow down your web pages, which creates a less than optimal user experience (UX) and sabotage your search engine rankings. With file sizes upwards of a couple of megabytes per image, if you put these files on your website it would be very slow to load. Optimizing your images for the web means saving or compiling your images in a web-friendly format depending on what the image contains. Full optimization of images can be quite an art to perfect as there are such a wide variety of images you might be dealing with.
Free and smart PNG and JPEG compression tool optimize your images with a perfect balance in quality and file size. Using this service is as easy as clicking of button compress files. Optimized images are better. They are more suitable for web pages, email attachments, or even storage on your disk. Give it a try now, you can upload up to 10 multiple images at the same time.
You need to be confident that the quality of the results you are getting has not been compromised for the sake of getting the smallest possible image size. While it is possible to reduce an image to a micro-fraction of its original size, that approach often leads to a serious amount of visual mortification. Sure, page speed is one of the factors Google uses to rank websites. But other than high ranking, page speed is also important for conversion. Nearly 50% of consumers won’t wait 3 seconds for a site to load. Amazon even admits that if their pages were to slow down by just one second, they'll lose $1.6 billion in sales per year.
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