Last Updated on July 2, 2019WordPress page speed should be a priority for all websites. Slow loading times will greatly affect user experience causing high bounce rates and low returning visitor numbers – both of which will ultimately damage conversion rates. So what can you do to ensure your website is loading quickly and smoothly?
In this article, we look at five actionable strategies that will help you improve your WordPress page speed. These include how to…
Choose a lightweight theme
Implement lazy load
Enable hotlink protection
Turn off pingbacks and trackbacks
Use a CDN
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1. Choose a Lightweight Theme
The WordPress theme you choose can greatly affect the loading time of your website. On the whole, the more features and functionality a theme incorporates the slower it will load.
Often premium themes can be extremely bloated, with extra built-in features that you either don’t want, or won’t actually use, slowing down your site….
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