No longer than 3 seconds

Having a slow-loading website is the worst. There are many possible causes of a slow site, but the effects are so bad. For instance, you can lose potential traffic because people don’t like to wait. The average visitor can’t wait any longer than 3 seconds. If during this period a website doesn’t show up, they will just leave without ever coming back. That was only one of the many disadvantages. Slow sites are also considered bad by most search engines. If you have one and do nothing to fix this problem, you will probably lose a bunch of visitors because search engines will decide to change the rankings of your site. We usually have a short attention span, especially when we have a fast internet connection to begin with.

Google is known for penalizing slow websites. Before it happens to you, we think it is important to scan through your site and see if it runs fast or slow. There are a few tools that you can use to measure the speed of the website. Mobile users are highly affected by these sites because as we all know, Smartphones are pretty much different from computers or laptops when it comes to processing power. For this reason, for a website to compete for search engine rankings, one of the most important requirements is speed. You need to see it from the perspective of a user. If a website takes forever to load, you might leave in less than 5 seconds.

What causes a website to run slow?

Cheap hosting. Affordable and cheap are different. Affordable hosting packages are usually more reliable. With a cheap hosting package, your website will be hosted on a shared server with many other sites. Since they all consume the same resources, all of them affect each other. If one uses too much CPU power for instance, it will cause other sites to run slow. Being in a shared environment is not a good idea, but we have no other option sometimes.

Not installing speed tools. Have you tried speed optimization tools? You should definitely try some because they will boost the loading time of every page. Some webmasters simply don’t know that these tools exist, while others don’t bother to try. Now that you know they exist, you should try the top-rated ones at least.

Lost assets. A website can be connected to several sites. For instance, you may host images on another site. This method is deemed effective for improving loading speed. Besides images, you may host scripts and other files elsewhere. Well, you have to make sure that those resources are accessible. If they have been removed, this will affect the primary site. As a result, the loading speed also will be affected.

Lack of optimized images. Remember that everything posted on your site, they will be uploaded to your hosting account. When a page has loads of large-sized images, it will take much longer to load because those images are stored in one place. You can avoid a slow site by reducing the size of all images. This will definitely boost the loading speed. There are many ways to optimize an image, like compressing, cropping, and resizing it.

Poorly written code. A website is made up of series of code. Code is also used to create plugins. Both elements are equally important and to create a fast-loading website, it takes well-structured code. When two or more plugins conflict within a website, they will cause some trouble. Your website will probably get knocked down or there will be some errors that appear on the pages.

We’ll tune up your website

Since speed is an important part of a website, there are things that should be done to improve that. We have learned that every site is important to its webmaster. For this reason, we would like to help you make the most of your site by improving its loading time. We will first analyze which parts of the site need to be tweaked and then use our smart tools to do the rest. There are many tools we have in our systems. So, you will be happy with the results.

We boost your WordPress blog as follows

Fast hosting

We will provide you with fast servers. The best part is that those servers have been optimized to handle WordPress blogs better. Since they are privately-owned servers, you can rest assured that you will have a blazing-fast experiences. If there are problems with your site that cause it to go offline, we can help put it back up quickly. You can also send us a notification for immediate support. There are countless hosting companies these days, but not many care about speeds. Though we are not specifically a hosting company, we do care about your website speed.

Speed ​​profiling

The loading of a website is quite an intricate process. All the elements are loaded together, but they are not necessarily stored in one space. Some of these pieces have to be downloaded before the user can look at them. With speed profiling, we would help find bottlenecks that have a bad impact on your site’s speed and fix them.

Code minification

A website contains javascript and CSS files that work together to render the site in a way that the webmaster wants. They should cooperate, so that every page looks intact and complete. However, we can still make improvements by compiling them without the unnecessary comments.

Image optimization

We would also help improve your website by improving the images. A website feels incomplete when it doesn’t contain images. Images are vital to multimedia applications and websites. Nearly all articles posted online have pictures on them. They vary in size with the larger ones being usually more detailed and better. However, small pictures can still look decent. We’re here to help you compress images, so that they don’t take up too much space. Their sizes may be reduced, but still great to look at.

Browser caching

Though a website has a simple layout, doesn’t mean it is easy to create it. Even a simple website is still composed of many lines of code. It also requires many database calls. Caching is a method by which website content is stored locally by the user. With caching, someone doesn’t have to repeat the process of loading a page anytime he visits it. The user just needs to visit it one time and the next time it will be a lot faster because the content has been cached.

Content delivery network

The loading speed of a website is largely dependent on the distance between the server where the site is hosted and the client. There is something known as latency which refers to the time taken by a server to receive and process a request from a client. A Content Delivery Network is what you need if you want to speed up your site because it consists of servers in various places to accelerate your web content access.

Pagespeed ​​module

Google’s server module is another way of improving the loading speed of your site. It serves to add extra layers of caching and other optimizations. With this module, your website can be accessed faster because it is included in all packages.

Gzip compression

Have you heard of zip? Well, Gzip similar is a term used in website management. Your site is made of lines of code and they are compressed before being showed to the visitor. The code will later be uncompressed when it is ready to be seen by the client. This method has been proven to be effective for improving loading times.

Defer JS loading

Javascript files can be attached on either top or bottom page of a website. When they are placed on top, it usually takes longer to display the whole content of the site. Thus, the visitor will need to wait a bit longer until loading is completed. When they are moved to the bottom of the page, the visitor will be able to see the site much faster. So, we’ll gladly help you relocate them.