Do you enjoy waiting for a website to load? Neither do your visitors.
“Gosh, it’s great how this page took 6 seconds to load!” –Nobody
Speed optimization is one of the most overlooked aspects of building & maintaining a website. And it affects everything: If your website is slow, you’ll get lower search engine rankings, it will be harder for you to convert visitors to customers, your existing customers will have lower satisfaction rates, and there’s a slight chance that you’ll get shot because you have a slow website.
Thus, having a faster website is (obviously) better for you and everyone who spends their precious time in your website. And in this article, I’m going to show you how to speed up your WordPress website. (Article by Barış Ünver from Optimocha.)
We frequently recommend our users to clear cache if their site doesn’t serve the actual optimized images. Here is a short guide for flushing your cache. Find what cache is, when you need to purge it, and how to do this in the most common situations.
WordPress SEO is an important topic, but it’s often difficult for beginners to navigate. Most small business owners are passionate and excel at the services they provide. They’re not SEO experts, and they just don’t have the time to focus on a comprehensive SEO strategy.
That’s why I’ve compiled this list of 10 SEO tips & strategies for WordPress beginners. This article is perfect for:
– Small business owners managing their website themselves – Anyone brand new to SEO – Entry-level marketers just starting out
Chances are, if you’re reading this, you know enough about image compression to know it’s worth researching, but not enough to answer the big question every beginner has: what’s the difference between lossy and lossless image compression? Well, to put your mind at ease, here’s the short answer:
People hire interior designers either on recommendations or after seeing the work of the designer themselves. Social Media makes both the processes easy by letting you showcase your work and get word-of-mouth praise from your past and present customers. So it is imperative for interior design businesses to build a good image on Social Media.
Do you know how to create Social Media images that support your interior designing business? Before jumping to the answer it is important to tackle another very important question.
Smooth. Sleek. Efficient. It’s a great feeling to trim the fat, whether you’re outlining your work schedule or simply cleaning your home. But when it comes to your site, removing excess isn’t just for your benefit, it’s best for your visitors and customers as well. Digital image compression, and data compression in general, makes your site run faster with less data to load. That means trimming the fat is better for business.