Rather than host your website's files on a single web server, you can distribute the website's static files and load across multiple server. This definitely will reduce the load of your server and greatly improve your page speed because the Google server has a lot more resources and respectable response times than typical shared hosting.
Note: This feature will not be available after August 31, 2016.
Please follow the steps below to create a free CDN using Google Drive:
Create a new folder in Google Drive > Change the visibility settings to "Public on the web" > Upload some static web files > Get the folder id from the browser's address bar > And you can access your public folder at http://googledrive.com/host/folder-id
Or just watch this video, all steps are the same. The only difference is in the end you will get a list of files instead of a website.
Log in to your domain control panel (e.g. Namecheap) > Domain > Manage Domain > Select the domain name > All Host Records > Create a new sub-domain > Click Save
Host Name: static
IP Address/URL: http://googledrive.com/host/folder-id
Record Type: URL Redirect
Now you can use a URL like this http://static.domain.com/path/image.jpg to link your static website files. If you found this article helpful, then please share it with someone else by using the buttons below. Thank you!