Recently, Google announced that they are retiring their seven-year-old Web Light webpage transcoding service that their search engine used to optimize webpages for:
Google introduced its Web light Webpage Transcoding service in 2015 in Indonesia and then it was introduced in India.
So, let’s find out
Google’s Web Light Webpage Transcoding service used to optimize webpages to deliver fast results even when the device is on a slow connection. Google showed that the Web light optimized pages get downloaded using 80% less data, bringing a four-fold increase in the downloading speed of the optimized pages over the slower 2G mobile networks.
Google introduced this service with the aim of enhancing the presence of the web in countries with slow mobile connections and devices.
Yes, Google has confirmed that the service brought a 50% increase in traffic to the webpages.
If Google detects a sluggish internet connection when doing a Google search, it will redirect the user to a version of that page on their googleweblight.com domain that loads significantly quicker than the one on the standard domain.
Google does this by taking material from your site and displaying just the important portions of the page with little to no design. It gets the basic bones of the website for these users in order to conserve data and load pages more quickly.
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Google is discontinuing its webpage transcoding service, which was used to speed up sites on sluggish mobile connections.....
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