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Performance Tuning Service

Your company’s website is beautifully designed and created after countless hours of work. But, you realize that your beautiful website is slow and taking more time to load than you would like.

In today’s era, we judge the performance of services based on speed. Whether it is related to how quickly a pizza is delivered to your doorstep after you placed an order or how much time it takes for your website to load, speed is critical.

How quickly should my website load?  The answer is simple: as quickly as possible.

An acceptable web page load time is less than 3 seconds. The slower your website renders on your customer’s devices, the lower your conversion rates are. According to Google’s industry benchmarks for page speed, the chances of users abandoning your site dramatically increase as your page load time goes up.

Looking at the infographic below, if a page is taking 10 seconds to load, the probability of a user abandoning your site increases by more than 120 percent!

Why Should I Worry about Page Speed?

The following two reasons are enough:

People are impatient.

Google’s ranking factor ‘Core Web Vitals’ includes the speed at the top of the list. Hence, SEO rankings depend on how much faster your website loads on users’ desktops and mobiles, and tablets.

 

I use WordPress Shared Hosting Service – Does it Matter?

If you wish to focus on your website’s performance, then choosing the right hosting service matters. Although WordPress shared hosting services cost only a few dollars every month, your website’s performance will not be up to the mark. Why? Because on a shared hosting, your website is utilizing server resources that are in use by thousands of other site owners. If all those other sites are getting a lot of traffic, it will impact the particular server’s performance, making your website slow.

How to Tune Up My Site’s Performance and Speed?

Researching problems related to your website’s performance can be time-consuming as well as overwhelming for non-technical people. You can let us manage your site’s performance and speed while you spend your time growing your business without the worries of WordPress technicalities.

Sounds interesting? Check out our services below: 

Select a solution that fits your needs

Tune Up

Response time of 3 seconds or less.

This package is a great for small WordPress sites. For example, hair salons, doctors offices, hobbie sites, or any kind of local business service.

$99

Turbo Boost

Response time of 1.5 seconds or less

This package is targeting small business that rely on website traffic to drive revenue. For example, ecommerce, subscription based, pay per user, and advertising websites.

$199

Our Process

We have a team of seasoned WordPress engineers that is ready to turbo boost your site.  It generally takes between 3 and 5 days for us to finish performance tuning your site.

Gather Information

After your payment is processed one of our engineers with reach out and gather some information about your website, response time goals, and authentication credentials.  

Perform Analysis

The first thing we do is a full backup of your site using the UpDraft plugin. Next, one of our engineers use our performance checklist to analyze your site and determine what is impacting load time. 

Turbo Boost

Often times there are one or two major issues impacting your response times.   We will attack these first, then begin working our way down the list from largest to smallest.  Lots of small performance gains really add up when it comes to response times.

Solution Offerings



Accounts

Free Trial

Projects

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Domains

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Sub-domains

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Tune Up

$99

3 Seconds or less

Home page and 3 additional pages

WordPress best practice analysis

Browser, page, and memory caching

JavaScript, HTML, and CSS analysis

Plugin review and pruning

Minimize and clean up redirects

Web only

WordPress and Apache configuration 







Turbo Boost

$199

1.5 Seconds or less

Home page and 10 additional pages

WordPress best practice analysis

Browser, page, and memory caching

JavaScript, HTML, and CSS analysis

Plugin review and pruning

Minimize and clean up redirects

Web and Mobile

WordPress and Apache configuration 

Image Optimization

Database cleanup and configuration 

Upgrade PHP to 7

Setup CDN (if needed)

Help moving to a new hosting provider

Google PageSpeed Insights

Membership and Subscriptions

Frequently Asked Questions