CDNs (Content Delivery Networks)

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Content Delivery Networks


*StackPath (formerly MaxCDN) is a Content Delivery Network (CDN). What is a CDN? When you connect one to your website, its (published) content is stored on its (server) network. How does that help? It speeds up your page load times for visitors no matter where they’re located! Plus, joining a CDN helps to improve your website security in various ways.

So why do we endorse StackPath? Their impeccable customer service, super easy-to-use dashboard (compared to some of the free services out there), and high small business ratings. Give them a try!


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If you want to make your site faster and more secure, consider using one of these Content Delivery Networks (CDN)!

Use a CDN to improve website speed and security

Since the above CDN list is new, it’s a bit small. However, we plan to grow it over time, so be sure to add this page to your bookmarks! As a side note, another popular one is Cloudflare CDN (they have a free plan!)

In the meantime, if you want to learn more about StackPath, Cloudflare, or other ways to speed up your website, check out these related articles:

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