Speed is one of the most important things for a website, a slow website will cause users to quickly get frustrated or bored and go elsewhere and can now even have a negative impact on your SEO. WordPress is no different and speed is key in having a successful website. There are lots of ways to speed up a WordPress website, through caching plugins, resizing images, correct hosting etc (which I’ll cover in a new post soon) but the first step is analysing your WordPress site speed and finding out where you need to focus your attention. Google say that for every additional 100 milliseconds their site takes to load they lose 20 percent of their traffic so it’s certainly worth investing some time and effort in making sure your site is as fast as it can be Here are 3 of the easiest ways to analyse your WordPress site speed and work out your next steps. Google PageSpeed Google PageSpeed is a firm favourite among webmasters and developers, Google have now stated that SEO does take speed into account so it’s worth trying to pass as many of the criteria they deem worthy for a fast site. Google PageSpeed will tell you how to fix issues although I find it’s not always clear,
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