Improve The Mobile Speed Of Your WordPress Site

Improve the mobile speed of your WordPress site

If you’ve ever run a PageSpeed or other speed test for the mobile version of your site, you’ve undoubtedly been horrified by the low speed and score compared to the desktop version  of your site.

In this post I’ll explain:

  • Why mobile performance is always worse
  • The primary cause of slow mobile pages
  • How to create different mobile versions of your pages
  • How to remove unnecessary files from your mobile pages
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How To Avoid Enormous Network Payloads In WordPress

How to avoid enormous network payloads in WordPress

If you are using Google PageSpeed Insights to test your site, you’ll see this “avoid enormous network payloads” warning if the total size of your page is more than 1.6MB.

It sounds technical, but this is actually one of the recommendations that you as the site owner have the most control over. Unlike some PageSpeed recommendations, you can fix this one!

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A Guide To Moving WordPress Sites

A Guide to Moving WordPress Sites

If you work with clients using WordPress in any capacity, or even if you are a solo site owner, at some point, you will probably need to move a site from one server to another (also known as migrating).

Moving your WordPress site around can be an intimidating process at first. In this guide I’ll show you 3 different ways to do it, so you’ll be equipped for any scenario!

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How To Improve The Time To First Byte (TTFB) Of Your WordPress Site

How to improve the Time To First Byte (TTFB) of your WordPress site

The Time To First Byte (TTFB), or server response time, of your WordPress site can be an important indicator of performance. It doesn’t represent the whole picture, but a very specific part in the process.

Time to First Byte is a measure of how fast your server responds when someone tries to visit a page on your site. Specifically, it’s measuring how long it takes from the time the browser asks the server for the page, to when the browser receives the first piece of data from the server.

Visitors want sites to feel fast, so the sooner some meaningful content is displayed on the screen, the better. TTFB can influence this – the faster the server responds, the faster content can get to the user.

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The Complete Guide To Using The Yoast SEO WordPress Plugin

The Complete Guide to Using The Yoast SEO WordPress Plugin

Yoast SEO is possibly the most well-known SEO plugin for WordPress and it has a lot of features. But a lot of people mis-use the plugin, thinking that simply installing and activating is all that’s needed, or mis-using features like Focus Keyword.

This guide explains all of the features, which settings to use and how to use important features correctly, to optimize your content. SEO isn’t a one-step process that can be handled with the activation of a plugin. It requires your participation as well!

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How To Go Beyond WordPress Basics

How To Go Beyond WordPress Basics

If you want to become more proficient with WordPress, and develop confidence with, and understanding of, the more technical aspects, this tutorial is for you. It explains some of the skills and knowledge you need to move from a beginner’s understanding of WordPress, to an intermediate level. We’ll look behind the scenes of your WordPress site, explain the file structure and more.

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