If you’re a dev, or the techy type, you may be interested in my blog post on micro optimisations to make WordPress websites run faster, published earlier this year on my personal website:
Website speed is a huge factor in your search engine rankings. Faster websites dramatically increase the likelihood of converting a visitor into a customer. Most of us have heard of the generic advice – use smaller images and don’t forget to compress them, avoid too many plugins, pick a faster host, leverage browser caching. But if we’ve done all that and want to improve further, what next? How do we further optimise our WordPress websites to boost our speed, improve our responsivity and encourage Google to rank us higher?10 Micro Optimisations for a Faster WordPress Website
All clients who come to me for new WordPress website builds, or custom WordPress theme work, get any appropriate micro-optimisations made as standard. In addition, I regularly check my code to ensure it meets best practice for speed, semantics and future-proofing.
If you think your WordPress website could be running faster, get in touch for advice on website speed.