Whether you’re new to WordPress SEO or have been doing it for years, you’ve probably heard of Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).
CDNs can be a powerful tool for WordPress sites; in fact, some SEO professionals consider them a must-have.
In this column, you’ll find everything you need to know about choosing, setting up, and configuring a CDN for your WordPress website.
Recap: What’s a CDN?
A CDN is a series of edge servers typically located in multiple places throughout the world. They cache files from your website to improve load speeds for users and most offer security benefits, as well.
You can learn more about the basics of content delivery networks in these guides:
Before you explore integrating a content delivery network with your WordPress site, I highly recommend reading the two articles above so that you have a full understanding of how CDNs work.
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