How long are you willing to wait for a website to load? 1 second? 5 seconds? 10 seconds? For most of us, it’s less than 3 seconds and if you’re browsing on a mobile device, it’s even less. In this post, I’m going to show you how to speed up your WordPress website so you STOP LOSING BUSINESS. A side effect to this treatment is also seeing your website rank higher in the search index, also known as Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Litespeed Cache Plugin for WordPress
The way we are going to increase the speed of your WordPress website is by installing the Litespeed Cache plugin. That’s right, there is no magic wand or speculations here. The Litespeed Cache plugin is available for any WordPress website. It is updated as frequently as WordPress updates, and it’s free. Sure there are other plugins and software that claim to speed up your WordPress website, but just take a look at this –
The performance difference is clear:
Nobody likes to wait… So why make your website visitors??
Advantage Of Hosting With Kiiff.com
You know how I said the Litespeed plugin is available for any WordPress website? Well, that is true, but there’s a catch. Not all the features of the plugin are available for just any WordPress website. There is a list of general features that certainly would help any website, but then there is the Litespeed Exclusive Features.
The Litespeed Exclusive Features are only available on web servers using the Litespeed software. Lucky for you, you are on the blog of a web host that uses Litespeed on their web servers.
Head over to kiiff.com and accelerate your WordPress website speed today!
Rank Higher In The Search Results
Reducing the time it takes your website to load for your visitors will increase your SEO ‘score’ because more visitors will actually browse your website versus simply clicking the back button before the homepage loads. This in turn increases your website’s popularity – because more people are browsing – and search engines conclude that there is quality content on the site because of the increased popularity. In another post I will talk in depth about website speed and SEO.