Every now and then I'm running page speed analysis tools such as Google Page Speed or Yahoo's Yslow on the sites that I administrate to make sure that the sites load as fast as possible. I spotted one issue recently that prolonged the loading time of index pages on Ghacks Technology News. Show More Summary
As a blog owner, one of your many tasks is to increase the traffic and get a great good ranking in the search engine results. Increasing the loading time and speed of your website will allow your visitors to view more pages in a short period of time. Show More Summary
It's a fact: Internet users don't like to wait forever for a page to load. If your website is slow, chances are that people will close your page before having a look at it. Here's a bunch of effective solutions to make your WordPress blog a lot faster.
WordPress is an amazing CMS that has opened the world of publishing to everyone, but it can also be horribly slow. Here are a few plugins and server-level changes you can make to give your site an instant speed boost. Strap in, and please keep your hands and feet inside the ride at all times. Show More Summary
Everybody seems to be in a hurry these days, and online loading times matter. Studies show that speedy WordPress websites perform better in terms of: Conversions Usability SEO (search engines really appreciate speed) Likeability Time People Spend Browsing Now, let’s take a look at how to quickly increase the speed of your WordPress website! 1. Show More Summary
As I pointed out numerous times before: speed is important for any kind of operation on the Internet as a better loading performance will improve conversions on your websites. Mozilla managed to increase Firefox downloads by 60 million per year by shaving off 2.7 seconds of loading times on the organization's download pages. Show More Summary
How to optimize WordPress speed hosted on IIS
Update everything. Now! note: Before hitting that update button, create a backup. Updating your WordPress installation, WordPress theme and plugins should be painless if you use WordPress products created with WordPress best practices in mind. Show More Summary
Advertise here with BSA If you are running a decent blog that is pulling a fair number of visitors per month, chances are you are looking for ways to speed up WordPress for your website. There are a number of ways in which you can do that and we will run through them quickly in the rows below. Show More Summary
Readers are now thrilled with Fast sites. They surf a lot these days. That’s why they want to have fast sites or they will leave your blog without check it. Not only readers, but also search engines really care about the site speed. They announced that the speed is one of the factors that affects the rankings of your blog. Show More Summary
If you’re an online publisher or content marketer using WordPress, understanding the value of great hosting is a must. In my 15 years of online publishing, I’ve found that it can make all the difference. Page load speeds impact your visitor experience and your search engine rankings. Show More Summary
In this video post I show you a useful tool to see how Google sees your site load speed Post from: WP Dude If you need wordpress technical support please visit my services page [VIDEO] How Google Sees Your Site Load Speed
On the step 2 of the WordPress Speed Challenge we're gonna automatically backup and optimize the WordPress Database. This is important before doing any changes
See how four simple steps makes it easy to speed up WordPress in order to retain readers and ensure the search engines don't punish your blog for being slow.
The first step of the WordPress Speed Challenge is to analyze the blogs performance before doing optimization and write the results down for later comparison.
Today we are pleased to release Frank, an open-source WordPress theme designed and built to provide a light, responsive and unobtrusive reading experience. The theme’s default home page makes 9 database queries and consists of 2 requests weighing at roughly 30KB (9.5KB gzipped). Show More Summary
WordPress users beware! Researcher Jason A. Donenfeld discovered a vulnerability in a popular WordPress plugin, W3 Total Cache, which is described as a “performance framework” that speeds up sites, speeds up page load, downloads and other important tasks in a … Continue reading ?
MakeUseOf serves hundreds of thousands of visitors everyday, and we do it all on Wordpress. Wordpress can and does scale from tens to millions of pageviews, but you’re going to need some heavyweight plugins and strategies to increase performance at that level. Here’s a comprehensive list of things you can do to speed up your blog, and the plugins you can use to do it.
Everyone has their own set of favorite WordPress plugins that they just can’t live without. Some people love flashy plugins, while others love plugins that clean up the overall experience and speed of a blog. No matter what type of plugins...Show More Summary
I wrote a post last week asking if people are interested in a WordPress performance tuning course, to learn how to speed up a slow loading site. It looks like that course has been given the green light. I’m planning to teach people the process I use to speed up slow sites. Show More Summary