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Posted 14 February 2014 - 06:44 AM

Why shrink your gifs?

Compressing your gifs will help your gif animations and banners load faster by reducing the amount of time it takes a web browser to upload them from a web server. Many banner exchanges and ad server networks also limit the size of the gifs that can be used. Smaller file sizes also save on bandwidth charges.



Why shrink your jpegs and photos?

Shrinking your jpegs and photos will make them load faster. Large images take a long time to download from a web server and the longer someone waits, the more likely they are to move onto another website or images.



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