CDN or content delivery network is a service which makes your website load faster and reduces your server bill.
CDN is a network of servers that are placed at many many geographical locations all over the world. If you’re signed up to any of the CDN services, your site loads through those servers. These CDN servers cache your data and when a website visitors enter your website’s address, these CDN networks cater the browser’s requests from their own servers so your web host server can take some rest.
CDN service is offered offered by free and paid providers. Today I’m featuring both types.
With SSL and real time reporting features, MaxCDN is one of the best free CDN services out there. Even we at Designzzz use MaxCDN.
Free CDN service for bloggers
They offer a wonderful free plan apart from the paid ones. The free plan includes security protection and statistics charts.
Free and Premium CDN service
In CoralCDN, you don’t have to sign-up or anything, just add .nyud.net after any URL and you’re good to go. For example, try http://www.designzzz.com.nyud.net/
Free CDN provider for blogs
Amazon Cloud Front
This CDN is provided by the internet giant Amazon, so it is a little costly but highly reliable.
Premium CDN Network
The specialist in providing CDN. Awesome service that guarantees to deliver high-quality results, but since it’s a little costly it might not be the best solution for small-scale bloggers.
Paid CDN Hosting
CDN by SoftLayer. Offers pay-as-you-go plan, ideal for small-scale projects.
CDN by RackSpace. Another solution for small-scale bloggers. This CDN network is becoming very popular these days.
Premium Paid CDN Hosting