Sometimes people put extremely large image files on their websites. This is like packing your luggage full of clothes that will last you 30 days when you are only going away for one night. If your images are large in file size (not large in appearance) then loading will take forever! Once again, this is bad for Google, bad for visitors and bad for business.
Why does image size matter on a website?
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