Speed UP WordPress Site

When we start SEO its first things we found website speed and their content. Optimize and compress website data with good user interface.

Why should you speed up WordPress?

There are many reasons that ring alarm bells, some of which might even cause major concerns for you:

  1. Search engines like Google, Yahoo, Aol, Bidu and many more rank websites with fast-loading times higher than the slow-loading ones. So, if you want to improve your position in the SERPs, improving speed should be one of your priorities.
  2. Studies have shown that site-loading speed of more than 2 seconds usually results in about 47 percent of visitors bouncing off the website. So, to keep about half of your visitors interested, you should speed up your WordPress.
  3. Online buyers are the most impatient lot; they expect the page to load within a second. So, if you are running an e-commerce store on WordPress then you better get ready to make major improvements so your business can be more profitable.

How to test the loading time of your website?

First things first, you need to analyze the current load time for your website. Keep in mind that this speed may differ from page to page, as it depends on various factors, namely:

  • the size of that particular page,
  • how many requests it generates,
  • whether it is cached or not,
  • and lastly, what kind of content (static or dynamic) it hosts.

The homepage of a website is usually used as a benchmark to test the load time. In order to check the speed of a website, the following three tools are used extensively across the web:

  1. WebPageTest.org
  2. Tools.Pingdom.com
  3. PageSpeed Insights (this doesn’t really report the page loading time, but does highlight the elements that you can tweak to speed up WordPress)

1. Choose a better web hosting provider

2. Use a lightweight WordPress theme / framework

3. Reduce image sizes

4. Minify JS and CSS files

5. Use advanced caching mechanisms with a caching plugin

6. Use a CDN

7. Enable GZIP compression

8. Cleanup WordPress database

9. Deactivate or uninstall plugins

10. Keep external scripts to a minimum

11. Disable pingbacks and trackbacks

For Reference: https://www.codeinwp.com/blog/ways-to-speed-up-wordpress/

 

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