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Jason Early52,944 Points
Getting your file size down will help. Taking a look it's 3.2mb. Saving for web can get it down under 900K as a jpg and still hold the quality.
Wayne Priestley19,579 Points
I'm not at my laptop so I can't Post a link for you, but if you google online image optimiser you will be able to reduce the file size of your png but keep the quality.
Hope this helps
Vasco Marques938 Points
Adam, I opened it in Photoshop and using the save to web function, you can safely bring it down to around 300 KB, bringing down the quality setting to 60.