Improve WordPress performance to make more money & to save more money
Studies made by Amazon, Google had shown that faster websites have an improved conversion rate. The slower your website is, the less likely your visitor is to buy, contact you, or comment. 1 second slower equals 7% reduction in conversions.
1 second delay in page load time equals 11% fewer page views. The faster your website loads, the more likely your visitors are to spend a larger amount of time on your website. That’s more pageviews for you and more money from ads.
Google loves fast. A faster website ranks better in the search engines leading to more visitors to your site. Sure, we cannot guarantee better rankings in the search results, however having a faster website will increase your chances for better rankings.
A lightweight website will consume less server resources so it will be capable of sustaining higher traffic without the need to upgrade your hosting plan. So, if you have an optimized website you can host it even on a shared hosting plan and save money.
Improve WordPress performance with our free tutorials
Test & identify problems
To improve your website’s loading speed, you must first test thoroughly and identify what is causing the problem. There are several tools to test, follow our tutorial to learn more.
Install & setup a cache plugin
One of the easiest ways to improve WordPress speed and scalability is to implement a cache. There are many caching plugins for the job, follow our tutorial to see what’s best.
Optimize your images for the web
One of the factors that might slow down your website is using big photos that unoptimized for the web. Follow our tutorial to learn more about how to optimize your images.
Clean up your WordPress database
A slim database is crucial for your WordPress performance. From our experience, cleaning the database is one of the most useful improvements you can do.
Use well-coded theme and plugins
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