How To Speed Up Your Blog

6 years ago

Have you just checked and found out that compared to other blogs your blog loads slowly? Below are highlight of possible ways to speed it up.

[quote2]Use a catching plugin (Recommending W3 total cache for wordpress users)
Delete all unnecessary plugins, too many plugins slows down a blog
Optimize your images (Recommending Smush.it)
Go for a good webhost
Avoid excessive ads placement
Always update your themes and plugins[/quote2]

These are the six major ways to quickly increase your blog speed.

The load time of your blog should be considered a top priority. Store in mind that slow loading pages = low traffic and your blog is totally useless without anyone reading it. I hope this tips helps you maintain a good blog load speed.

Over To You

Is Your Blog/Website Slow? Do You have oTher means To Fix it? Have you fixed it? Is The tutorial Useful? Lets Us Know Before You give all These a Try, Thanks

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