How Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) Can Impact SEO?
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a distributed network of proxy servers deployed in various data centers. It makes content available to the end-users with high performance, depending on the geographical area of the user, the origin of the webpage and a content delivery server. A CDN serves as large chunk of the Internet content such as, for instance - applications (portals, e-commerce), live streaming media, on-demand streaming media or social networks, web objects (text, graphics and scripts) and downloadable objects (software, media files, and documents).
A CDN enhances the speed of your web page and the quality of the content delivered to the end-user. Besides, it helps you optimize your load time distribution, and therefore, should be regarded as a partner of your existing load time strategy. But not only CDNs can improve search ranking, it can be seen as a tool to come through the technical ranking factors for SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
For Example - A CDN (Content Delivery Network) helps you ensuring each version of your website across multiple servers and geographical areas are identical. It uses caching algorithms and canonical headers to help improving SEO of your website by curbing issues pertaining to duplicate content. It is noteworthy that a CDN eliminates content so the latest and relevant content loads first.