How do you upload an image to WordPress? Do you just drag and drop it to the Media Library and hit the “Insert into post” button without doing any image optimization?
If so, that’s how you quickly lose bandwidth, miss opportunity for better search engine ranking, visitors, and sales.
Images make up nearly two-thirds of a webpage’s total weight, according to a research-based article. Having a lot of unoptimized images is bad for your site’s load time. This can create a domino effect on your key marketing metrics. Read more
As the owner of a website powered by WordPress, both you and ultimately your users, want a fast website.
A slow website creates a bad impression of your company, and it has been proven that slow websites actually cost in terms of sales. Faster websites, on the other hand, increase the sales – the faster the website the better the sales.
If you want visitors to have a good their experience on your website, AND generate more sales in general, don’t just think about what the website looks like, but ALSO how fast your WordPress website performs. Read more
Fast loading website pages improve your user’s experience and help you increase your page views that support your WordPress SEO’s (search engine optimization) process.
Speeding up WordPress is one of the most sought-after techniques in handling websites nowadays. ECommerce is now innovating more and more because buyers tend to choose online shopping due to their lack of time, energy, busy schedules, and mainly because of the convenience it offers. This is the reason why your WordPress powered e-commerce website must be personalized and should have an increased speed in loading to have a better user experience. Read more
I hear people talking about the loading speeds of their websites a lot. Also, I have encountered lots of people wondering how to clear cache in WordPress and boost their website speed. After all, the internet has become all about speed today. Here, if your site takes time to load then in no time your visitors will switch to another one. Does this situation sound familiar???
Well, there are various ways to get your website optimized for speed. Your choice of WordPress hosting determines the speed of your WP site in a great deal. Remarkably, most of the best WP hosting providers come with an in-built caching (super-cacher) feature which is surely a good point. However, it would be far better if you yourself take care of caching by installing a WordPress clear cache plugin. Read more