Slow website speed can damage your conversion rate and Google ranking.
Anyone can install plugins and check a few boxes. We break down and diagnose the root of each issue quickly and carefully to provide the best possible loading time.
A one-second delay in page-load times lead to a…
Drop in Pageviews
Loss in Conversions
Drop in Customer Satisfaction
We use lossless compression to optimize all your images without sacrificing quality. We’ll also auto-compress any images you upload in the future.
We concentrate all scripts and styles, minify and compress them, add expiring headers, cache your website and move styles to the page head and scripts to the footer.
Setup Content Delivery Network
A Content Delivery Network copies your website to servers around the world and delivers it to users from the server closest to their geographical location.
Leverage Browser Caching
We set up a regularly-updated saved version of your website. When people visit your site, they’re showing a faster-loading cached version instead of having to load the entire website.
We enable Gzip compression from your server or from where your assets are being delivered. This means lower loading times and an overall faster website.
Remove Query Strings
URLs with a “?” are not cached by certain proxy caching servers or CDNS. This could mean a missed opportunity for increased speeds, so we optimize them.
Lazy Loading Images
Lazy loading for iframes and images across your site decreases load time and saves bandwidth. We make sure not to use external JS libraries to keep the call outs to a minimum.
There are many factors that make a website load slowly. Every website is different, so every website requires different solutions to make and keep it loading quickly.
We’ve optimized over 500 WordPress websites to load in less than 3 seconds.
Google Agrees, Speed Matters.
Google added site-speed as a ranking factor, twice.
Friday, April 09, 2010:
“You may have heard that here at Google we’re obsessed with speed, in our products and on the web. As part of that effort, today we’re including a new signal in our search ranking algorithms: site speed. Site speed reflects how quickly a website responds to web requests.”
Wednesday, January 17, 2018:
“People want to be able to find answers to their questions as fast as possible — studies show that people really care about the speed of a page. Although speed has been used in ranking for some time, that signal was focused on desktop searches. Today we’re announcing that starting in July 2018, page speed will be a ranking factor for mobile searches.”
Ready to Speed Up your client’s WordPress websites?
Let us make your client’s WordPress websites lightning fast so you can focus on everything else.