As you traverse the globe, you should note that most large airports have high-speed exit (HSE) taxiways to allow for expeditious vacation of the runway upon landing.
Especially when at busy airports, You should utilize these HSEs to allow for making a quick exit of the runway so that it might be used as soon as possible for another arrival or a departure.
Here is an example from LEAL:
You’ll note that the HSEs are oriented such that they should only be used in one direction (that being the one that doesn’t require a 180 degree turn, obviously [I hope]). Also note that generally their placement is such that exiting traffic is funneled to an appropriate location for exit.
For example, the HSEs for runway 10 (the ones with the red arrows) are placed beyond where traffic would be taxiing from the ramp to queue for takeoff, so that aircraft do not exit into oncoming traffic.
You should utilize the exit that is appropriate for your direction of landing. In this image, with runway 28 in use, it is not advisable to use the first two exits, as those are for runway 10. To use them you would have to stop, execute a 180 (almost) degree turn, and then find yourself directly in the path of traffic on its way for takeoff.
Instead, continue at a brisk but safe speed down to the green HSE, where you only have a slight rightward jaunt and you are now behind the traffic leaving the ramp.
As I mentioned, you should not be slowing to 15 knots 100 feet past the threshold then sauntering slowly down the length of the runway while the entire airspace waits on you. Keep up the speed a little. Not 100 knots, but not 20, either. I find it interesting that pilots are willing to taxi at 50 knots on the ramp to get to takeoff, but expediting their runway exit is treated as a war crime. Taxi briskly (but safely) to the HSE, and use its ease-of-turn configuration to your advantage.
Do not make a 180 degree turn into the HSE for the other runway, or use a perpendicular taxiway right next to the HSE when the HSE makes more sense.
And again, even if you’re not familiar with the particular airport, it is always apparent for which runway a HSE is intended. 30-degree exit turn, good. 175-degree exit turn, bad.