Improve user experience, boost conversions, and improve search engine rankings.
- Your website will be scored between 0 to 100. Many sites score below 50, so don’t be alarmed if your score is low. You’ll get a list of elements to review and improve.
- Compress your files with Gzip and minify resources to reduce the number of bytes that need loading on each page.
Reduce URL redirects. If you use WordPress, a Redirection plugin can help you manage redirects.
- Redirects add additional loading time to your pages.
- There are plenty of CDNs to choose from, including Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) or StackPath (formerly MaxCDN).
- This stores static files in visitor browsers, so they don’t need to be loaded each time they access your site.
- Check your website’s server response time monthly to make sure it’s fast enough—Google recommends a response below 200ms.
- Your server response time can be affected by multiple factors, such as traffic from users and the size of your website’s content elements.