If you’ve ever wondered why your visitors keep leaving
your WordPress site and why you’re not ranking in the search engine…
it’s most likely due to a few factors.
One of the many factors include how fast your website loads.
If you think about it, as information becomes easier and easier to access within seconds, the human patience has decreased.
When the internet was first released and people were using dial-up
modems to connect online, many were just happy to get access to data
from the world wide web.
But as the internet speeds got faster, the demand for data increased and people’s patience became shorter.
As people’s patience becomes shorter, so too does their patience for your site load speed.
It just makes sense when you look at it that way.
While we could discuss 100’s of variables, it’s best to start with one that everyone faces – which is website load speed.
Your goal at the end of the day is to keep your visitors on your site
longer. This also helps your Google and other search engine
rankings as well.
So, if you think of it from that standpoint and you adjust the user
experience to be the best it can be, you will actually win the Google
search engine game.
And that is how you kill two birds with one stone, or in other words win in both areas.
Of course, we could talk theory all day long, but the way you’ll
succeed is by understanding how to implement this in practical terms.
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Here's a list of this 9 part video series in
Video #1 - Introduction and Getting Started
If you've ever wondered what could
be holding you back from implementing what you’ve learned, it's often
because of your mindset. So, in this video we're going to talk
about how to get into the right mindset. You're also going to get
a quick overview of what's inside of the video course so you know
exactly what to expect. Plus, you’ll be given a list of things
you’ll need to get started.
Video #2 - Advantages of Fast Site Speed
In this video, we’ll discuss the
advantages or the “why” you need to speed up your WordPress site.
There are two major factors at play here, but fortunately you can
accomplish both purely by focusing on one. The reality is that
most people make the mistake of focusing on the latter and then end up
confused and frustrated. However, we’ll show you the shortcut you
Video #3 - Reasons Why Your Site Is Slow
To understand how to speed up your
site, you first need to understand what is slowing it down. While
there are hundreds of variables, we’ve narrowed it down to the most
common variables that you need to focus on. So, you’ll be given
an idea of what they are and a brief description of how to pinpoint
Video #4 - Too Much in Your Site
it comes to building your WordPress site, it’s so easy to get
distracted with all the features that you end up loading your site with
just too many files. In practical terms, you’ll need to do a
clean sweep of your site and we’ll discuss what you need to do.
Video #5 - Is Your Web Hosting Slowing You Down?
The next big variable is your web
hosting. Did you know that most web hosting setups are not made
for WordPress? Imagine going to a general practitioner for your
heart, when in reality you should be going to a cardiologist if that
makes sense. The reality is that most people are going to a
general practitioner in this metaphorical sense.
Video #6 - Image Optimization
One of the big factors of a slow
website is how many images you have and how big your images are.
So, while the simple solution is to compress your images as much as
possible, that is not ideal, especially if you’re busy. In fact,
decades ago, you had to do this manually with Photoshop, but today you
can speed up the process.
Video #7 - Parasite Protection
In the digital world, you have other
people who are linking to your images, videos, or other big
files. What ends up happening is that you spend money on more web
hosting resources. More importantly, we’ll show you how to
protect your site from digital parasites and what steps you need to
Video #8 - WordPress Caching
earlier, the way caching works is your internet browser makes a copy of
the items on the page such as images, text, and other media
elements. The purpose of this is so the next time you visit the
website, your browser will load the site at a much faster rate.
Now you can do the same thing with your WordPress site, so that your
returning visitors can experience the same thing.
Video #9 - Content Delivery Networks
In most cases when running a
website, you’ll want to have a CDN, especially if you’re trying to
reach the world. You’ll learn what CDNs we have tested and why we
recommend that you use them.
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