Google PageSpeed Service is something new which is revolving around the internet. Google is on the verge to make internet more enjoyable and easily accessible. They are working on various services to encourage more webmasters to give rich online experience.
You must be aware that page speed is one of the prime factor for a blog to have excellent SEO.
According to Google PageSpeed Service site “PageSpeed Service is an online service to automatically speed up loading of your web pages. PageSpeed Service fetches content from your servers, rewrites your pages by applying web performance best practices and serves them to end users via Google’s servers across the globe.”
How Google PageSpeed Service works
1. Request access to service by filling out this
After filling this form you will get one mail from them about approval. Here is the screenshot of mail which I got after approval.
2. After Approval login to Google APIs Console with the same E-Mail ID.
Click on the left hand side on Page Speed Services.
Click on Overview.
3. Add your Domain which you requested while approval.
Note: if you haven’t verified your domain ownership previously then you will have to follow the steps to verify the ownership.
4. If you have verified the ownership previously then you will see like this.
Note: They will either ask to change A record or CNAME Record (In my case they asked to change CNAME Records).
5. Login to your Domain provider and do the asked settings.
Settings will propagate on the servers depending on the time of your domain provider. They usually take 1-24 hours to propagate.
6. Once the setting will be OK on servers then you will see ENABLED message in Google API Console.
See this Video Carefully to setup Google PageSpeed Service
See the video carefully and you will know each and every step to do.
After doing successful setup now Google will serve your data from its Page Speed servers and your website will enjoy fast loading time.
if you have any issue while doing the steps to implement Google Page Speed Service then you can ask me in comments and I would love to solve your queries.