How To Speed Up WordPress Site Loading

Why is my WordPress site slow? If you happen to ask yourself that question, don't underestimate the problem. To speed up WordPress site loading is an indispensable task for SEO purposes. Two reasons. If your website is loading too slow (1) your visitors are unlikely to stay and (2) Google will penalise your site, hence no chance of getting ranked high. So you need to act NOW.

Speed Up WordPress Site Loading

What's My Website Speed?

You can check your website speed using the following two sites. All you have to do is to enter your site URL.

https://gtmetrix.com​

https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights

https://tools.pingdom.com

http://www.seocentro.com/tools/seo/pagespeed-analyzer.html

Every marketing professional monitors their site speed using a tool such as these, and carries out a maintenance work periodically. So you must do that too.

But how? Is there a checklist? You ask...

Are you a WordPress user? Then yes! I've got the best one for you.​

Speed Up WordPress Site Loading - Checklist

The checklist - infographic below is created by PJ Germain who is the founder of Pure Residuals. PJ is also an ambassador for Wealthy Affiliate, with years of online marketing experience, he often provides us with invaluable trainings, tips and advice.

This list is extremely useful. I guarantee the increase of your site speed after you've followed the list exactly, thanks to PJ!

Please include attribution to pureresiduals.com with this graphic.

How to Speed Up WordPress

I hope you'll make use of this infographic to speed up your WordPress site loading. Thanks again to PJ Germain!

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Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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Matthew Thomas

Plugins can definitely make a difference in site speed – some much more than others. I just recently removed the JetPack plugin from my sites, and although I loved the tools it provided, it slowed my sites down quite a bit. I think because for the site stats feature to work, JetPack required going to WordPress with every page load. It’s unfortunate, but I chose page speed over the visitor stats. Now I just use Google Analytics for that information. Have you ever used JetPack?

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Matthew, thanks for the valued information – no I haven’t used JetPack and I was just checking it on the site (Jetpack by WordPress.com) it’s a shame it slows down the site speed especially when it’s developed by WordPress.com… Or probably because it’s developed by .com, not WordPress.org? It’s handier if you can check the visitor stats within your editor though, such as SumoMe (which I don’t currently use either…)

    Thanks again for sharing your thoughts.

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Jonathan

Hello Ray,

Thanks for helping out with the speed of the website. With millions of people using WordPress for building their website, this sure can come in handy. I’ve tried a few of these tips on here. Plus I believe that images and scaling your images has a major impact on website speed.

I too use Wealthy Affiliate, and recommend it to everyone beginning to advanced in the internet marketing business. The owner of WA helped me out with my website speed one day. Within 2 hours we had my website loading at 2 seconds. Oppose to the 15 seconds it was giving me before Kyle helped me with it. It turned out to be my header image which was too large that was causing the delay.

Thanks again,
Jonathan

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    Ray Alexander

    Hi Jonathan, thanks for your comment. It’s great to know that Kyle the owner himself has helped you out with fixing the website speed. Although it’s hardly a surprise, in our community there’s always someone who has a technical problem, seeks for advice, and within minutes other members will give their hands.

    Thanks again for sharing your experience, I appreciate it!

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