Online Image Compression: We all want our blog page to be attractive and colorful. To add life to our blog page we insert images between the content of our blog. While inserting the images we have to keep in mind that the images must be relevant to the concept of your blog post. One more thing most bloggers forget about is the size of images they insert. If you insert heavy images, your blog page will take time to load in users browsers. It is too irritating to wait for a web page to load. Users may hit close button for such web pages. To minimize such bounce rate you must use image compression and optimizer tools. In this post, I have listed top tools which will help for the purpose.
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This tool has a very interesting modern user interface. This tool helps in compressing the images. After completion of the compression process, you can export image using Dropbox or Google drive. It can compress the images having extensions.
This tool helps in compressing multiple images at a time. It works on a simple function of drag and drop which makes it my favorite tool. You can download all the images after compression and create a single zip file that too by simply clicking once. With image compression and Zip function, this tool saves your disk space.
3. GiftOfSpeed .PNG Compressor
I found this tool while searching an image compression tool over a search engine. This tool can check many dimension of your website. You can use image delivery tool to check whether your website images are optimized or not. You have to go on gift of speed and then you can test your website to know how much space you can save.
This is the well-known website for image compressing. This tool is also used as a plugin for WordPress to compress the images. You can also get the help of Magento extension to get a hassle-free image compressor by uploading the image. It supports JPG/JPEG and PNG extensions. This is the completely free tool which can compress a hundred images per month.
This tool has a feature of an instant preview. With this instant preview, you can compare original and compressed image. When you want to compress the huge image and want quality compression, this tool is best for it.
This is an online compressor tool which is completely free. Developers can also build their own compression tool using tool’s API. It also supports various CMSs using their API. This tool provides 14 days free trial and limit of 100 MB usage. As a blogger, you can also get the offer of 3GB quota by specifying your service.
These are the tools which can help you in building a lightweight webpage. Use this tools to compress your images and get an optimized webpage. You should make sure that the compressed image is clear and enough large to suit your blog page. You should verify image size and quality before finally publishing it.