First impressions are crucial, and the first thing your visitors notice about your webstore is its load speed. A slow webstore could be losing you business.
Our Ecommerce CDN can make your website faster, smoother and more responsive. Content Delivery Networks outsource the work involved in serving your website. They offload your site’s static content, including images and CSS, to a more localised server freeing up your hosting package to serve only the dynamic parts of your site. This results in less site loading time and less hosting resource to put your website together on someone’s screen - whether they’re in London or Buenos Aires.
More and more of our clients who use our Ecommerce CDN are seeing significant increases in their online stores performance, including an increase in customer conversions and higher ranking in search engine results. Most importantly, it gives your visitors a faster more fluid user experience every time they use your website.
Our Ecommerce CDN works seamlessly with your existing hosting package to reduce the demand on your resources and give your store a truly global reach.
You can add and configure your Ecommerce CDN package yourself using our walkthrough guides, or we can do it for you at no extra cost.
Our Ecommerce CDN can give you noticeable improvements in your webstore’s load times and responsiveness. A faster site means happier customers – and more business.
The Ecommerce CDN can store your site’s static content in other countries as if it’s hosted there, improving your store’s performance for international audiences.
It's compatible with WordPress, Magento, Joomla! and Drupal – so whichever content platform your site uses, we can integrate your CDN to work with it.
Having your site shared securely with a network of servers lightens the load on your resources and means it’s much less likely to crash during times of peak traffic.
A faster, more responsive site can rank higher in search results and keep your visitors around longer. Content Delivery Networks have also been shown to decrease bounce rate and increase page views.
Whichever package you choose, you can expect helpful personal support as standard from our independently rated hosting experts. Call, email or chat online – whichever is best for you.
Ecommerce CDN is ideal if you’d like to improve your website’s performance overseas. The further away your visitors are in the world, the more improvement they will notice in the speed and responsiveness of your website. You could also notice significant improvements in website performance in your home country – but as every website has its own unique hosting requirements, we’d recommend that you get in touch if you’d like to know how much your website could benefit from Ecommerce CDN.
If you’re not sure which CDN package to choose from the options above, then we’d highly recommend that you get in touch with our support team to discuss your requirements for resource and performance. In this way we can make sure that your CDN is matched to your needs, and you aren’t paying for one package when another could suit you better.
When someone brings up your website, their browser requests static files which are now linked to the CDN. The CDN redirects this browser request from your original Nublue server to the POP (point of presence) closest to your visitor.
Serving your site in other countries through Ecommerce CDN is as secure as serving your site from your existing server in your own country.
Whether it serves in its native area or further afield, your site is more secure if it uses an SSL certificate to encrypt its content. We have a range of SSLs that we can add to your site, or we can configure your CDN package so that it works with your existing SSL. Alternatively, you can configure this yourself if you prefer using our step-by-step guides.
No. We change a CNAME DNS record of the CDN hostname which applies to your existing web hosting, which redirects visitors to the CDN instead of your original server (or you can change this CNAME record yourself if you prefer). Your visitor’s web browsers would then retrieve your website’s cached static content from CDN servers instead, in their part of the world.
Load times really depend on how close a site visitor is to the nearest CDN server. The closer they are, the faster the site will load for them.
You pay a set monthly price, which is paid through your hosting billing account.
You can upgrade your package quickly and easily at any time through your hosting billing panel – or you can get in touch if you’d like us to tailor a package more closely to your needs.
Yes. We can configure your package to work with your SSL-secured site, or you can follow our step-by-step guides if you’d like to configure this yourself.
Going over the CDN package data transfer allowance incurs a cost per GB as follows: