Website Performance is overlooked all too often.

Google considers the matter seriously enough to use it as a metric in determining how to rank a page. Perhaps then you should consider how to leverage better site performance.

You’ve spent months designing a stunning WordPress site. Working with clients and collaborators to create something exceptional is also achieved.

Now you’ve launched it to the public, and yay!

You’re all done. But, wait…it’s kind of slow.

You know that site speed is crucial to the success of your business (and that of your client’s).

Time and time again, you’re hit over the head with scary statistics like “nearly half of web users expect a site to load in 2 seconds or less.

Also, users tend to abandon a site that doesn’t load within 3 seconds.
It’s easy to feel frustrated at this point in the project, but don’t fret.

Before you knock down the door of your web host or add a ton of sketchy plugins, follow these easy steps to make your WordPress site smooth, solid, and super speedy.

Website Performance is super easy if you follow simple guidelines.

Why Speed Matters

You may be questioning whether or not simply shaving a few milliseconds off your website’s page load time has such a significant impact on customer experience and business growth. But this blog post and the 12 why speed matters statistics below demonstrate how and why it is the case.

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Website Caching

Website Caching because performance matters Caching is incredibly important when it comes to your site’s speed and performance. But, the word does get thrown around a lot. “Caching will increase…

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Website Planning Guide

Website Planning Guide plan to succeed Website Planning Guide - Many stages and considerations are required when planning for a website project. Small to medium-sized businesses looking to "get a…

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Content Delivery Networks

Content Delivery Networks something to consider A Content Delivery Networks (CDN) work by providing alternative server nodes for users to download resources (usually static content like images and JavaScript). Content…

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