On any site, do large images load more slowly than smaller ones, and what is the effect on SEO?
Yes, large images load more slowly than smaller ones. The images must be larger on click rather large sizes by default.
yeah, it effect SEO as Google has indicated site speed (and as a result, page speed) is one of the signals used by its algorithm to rank pages.
I recommend to use https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/ to test website speed.
Yes, you should reduce images to 300dpi and the size you require for your Hub or site to avoid causing too much delay. There are some tools to help you do this and some photo editors are available for free. Picasa and Gimp spring to mind.
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