Struggling with a slow Largest Contentful Paint speed on your WordPress site? Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is one of three metrics in Google’s new Core
If you’re a WordPress user, you’re going to start hearing the term Google Core Web Vitals a lot in the coming months and years. Core
Did you know that WordPress saves a copy of your post every single time you hit the Save Draft button in the WordPress editor? Left
Want to speed up your WordPress site without breaking the bank? After you’ve made all the other basic WordPress speed optimizations, one of the best ways to shave some additional percentage points off of your site’s loading times is to implement a CDN.
With major search engines like Google placing a high priority on site speed and performance when determining search rankings, WordPress Content Delivery Network (CDN) services
No – you didn’t read the title of this post wrong. We thought that there was far too much talk about how to speed up
Looking to reduce the HTTP requests on your WordPress website? When you’re trying to speed up your WordPress site, there are some simple non-technical solutions
Are you looking to speed up WordPress and get your site loading faster? Everyone should want a quick-loading WordPress site. Not only does it provide
WordPress Gzip compression is a way to speed up your WordPress site by compressing the files that your server sends to visitors’ browsers. With a
Looking for a way to host Google Fonts locally on your WordPress site? Google Fonts is awesome because it unlocks a whole heap of potential
There are few things more frustrating than dealing with a slow WordPress admin dashboard. You’re trying to perform important actions – like publishing posts –
When Google came out with its Accelerated Mobile Pages framework, the idea had everything in it to attract blog and website owners to jump on
A slow loading website is a death sentence to your online business. It might sound a little harsh, but it’s true. The moment a visitor
Are you looking to speed up your WordPress site? If you’ve already ran through our other WordPress performance tips, another way to speed up your
CDN – you’ve probably seen this acronym bandied about by the web community. But do you actually know what it means? And better yet, do you know how it can benefit your WordPress site?
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from the Internet, it’s this: People want things fast. They want Amazon to deliver packages in under 2 seconds. They want to binge watch entire TV shows the second they get released. And they definitely want sites to load rocket fast.
Speed is key on the Internet. Whether you want more conversions, more search traffic, or more satisfied users, it pays to optimize your WordPress site for speed. But if you’ve already checked off the big boxes like using a CDN and optimizing your image sizes, how can you eek out even more speed? One way is to implement lazy loading for your images.
Page speed and security should be two issues on the mind of every WordPress site owner. We wrote a huge post about WordPress and page speed back in 2014. And since then, page speed has only gotten more important. Users want sites to load fast – 30% of people want sites to load in under one second. And if your site doesn’t, they’re probably going to go somewhere else.
We all know how important it is to ensure your website loads as fast as possible these days, with the increase in mobile device visitors
We now know the Google takes site speed into account when determining search rankings nowadays, just how much of an effect speed has on your
KeyCDN is a content delivery network that has the ability to increase the performance and speed of your WordPress website. With 40% of visitors abandoning
What is a CDN and how does it work? A content delivery network (CDN) is a service that makes the static content of your website
WordPress is a rock solid web publishing platform, but it needs regular maintenance or it becomes vulnerable and slow. Firstly, there are some WordPress Security