Image Optimization and page load times are important to any SEO. Optimizing your images is not hard if you have Photoshop and other image editing softwares but when you want things done in a jiffy, and simple, using a free online tool will be a better idea. There are exclusive image resizing/ optimizing tools available online and for download that makes things easy for webmasters. Here are ten such awesome image optimization tool that take their work seriously.
A free online tool that lets you upload images and resize/crop/optimize them for use on your website. Does quite a bit of basic functions like in Photoshop. Comes in handy when you’re on the move and need a web based image optimization tool.
Upload/submit the image URL (may be after publishing a post) and GIF bot optimizes the image/changes the image type and emails it to you.
One of Yahoo Developer tools, this guy will optimize up to 5 images at once for you. Just give the URL or upload the images from your computer.
Simple and easy image optimizer. Allows you to select image from computer or from URL and convert it to other file types, and optimize it.
JPG Cleaner is simple but powerful utility for cleaning JPG files from anything that is not picture data. Commonly used programs such as Adobe Photoshop are writing additional information into JPG file that isn’t needed for correctly displaying the picture.
A stand alone Windows based image optimization tool that does image optimization perfectly well. It was meant to be the best image optimization tool out there.
With this tool you can resize, compress and optimize your image files. Using the service is as easy as clicking of button!
Every image you add to a page or post will be automatically run through Smush.it behind the scenes. You don’t have to do anything different.
An easy to use tool, this one helps you compress the images to whatever compression you like. You can select from 10-90%.
This is yet another easy to use tool, to which you can either upload / give in the URL of the image you want to compress and it gives you the optimized image. The quality is not awesome, as it does not give you any options to compress but its a neat tool.