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Will Lazy Load improve my site SEO?

I found articles about SEO one of them recommend lazy load. Is it true? Can you recommend an article that is easy to implement lazy load? I found many but can’t decide which one?


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Lazy loading images improves the user experience by saving bandwidth for important content first. Some reject the technique for SEO considerations. But properly lazy loading your images does not prevent them from being indexed

@DAVID_MILLER Can you share the article that I can implement lazy load easily? I would really love to experiment it on my website.

Yes, lazy loading can impact the seo because it website is taking so much time for loading then your website’s bounce rate will increase as well as your images will also not crawl to google crawler. This is my site https://www.fastseosolutions.com

@jenn use the forum’s search function and look for the posts here on lazy loading. There’s a topic with loads of replies that will walk you through how to implement lazy loading with webflow. It does involve custom code so the first step should be to make sure your images are properly sized and compressed. Then see whether lazy-load is worth the effort to your page speed loading times.

Lazy Loading doesn’t have any negative impact on SEO. Google-bot can execute JavaScript and see the website as users see it. It doesn’t render JS on each visit, but it’s not essential.

I was worried that I might add code that slow down the site when adding lazy load. But now Webflow has Lazy Load!!!
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