When you’re getting ready to launch a new website project, choosing the right web host can be a tough decision. Even for experienced developers, it’s no easy task given the overwhelming number of hosting companies available that offer different kinds of services and features.
But before choosing a web host, it’s important to work out what kind of hosting you need.
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Images are a crucial element of every website: they make posts and pages more interesting and appealing to read, but they can quickly become a burden for your page speed. Google is always wary and ready to judge your moves when it comes to web performance, and you don’t want to disappoint it, right?
That’s why we’re here to provide you with all the insights about image optimization!
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Speed is key. Every person dealing with web performance optimization cannot overlook this (
apparently) simple concept.
How can we
define web page speed? And how should we measure it? Which are the secrets of fast websites?
If you want your website to be loved by Google, rank high on the SERP, and convert your readers, you
need to ask yourself the above questions. Show all the posts Memcached: What Is It and How to Use It on Your WordPress Site? Read more Varnish Cache: How It Works and How to Use It on Your WordPress Site Read more How to Choose a CDN? Discover the Best CDN Services for WordPress Read more About PageSpeed Insights
When it comes to measuring your page speed, there are plenty of testing tools to choose from. Some of them are very intuitive, others go deeper and provide tons of metrics.
From PageSpeed Insights to GTMetrix, Pingdom, or WebPageTest, you’re spoiled when it comes to the choices that are available.
Nonetheless, it’s undeniable that most of the people approaching page speed monitoring for the first time will most likely turn to PageSpeed Insights by Google.
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Your website and its content could be top-notch, but no one other than your friends and your mom will see it if you don’t make WordPress SEO adjustments.
According to Moz, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is “the practice of increasing both the quality and quantity of website traffic, as well as exposure to your brand, through non-paid (also known as "organic") search engine results.”
The WordPress core is built with SEO in mind, but it can’t automagically enhance your pages, posts, and content. It sets the foundation, but you need to work on improving SEO from there.
Fortunately, there are so many ways you can improve Google search results for your WordPress site.
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