How To Speed Up Your WordPress Site To Get Better Ranking
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How To Speed Up Your WordPress Site To Get Better Ranking

Speed Up Your WordPress Site And Give Visitors a Better User Experience That Will Rank You Higher On Search Engine.
4.8 (9 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
1,307 students enrolled
Created by Michael Waknin
Last updated 9/2018
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Current price: $14.99 Original price: $199.99 Discount: 92% off
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will improve your WordPress speed
  • You will improve your visitors their user experience

  • You will get higher ranking on search engines

Course content
Expand all 13 lectures 55:34
+ Introduction
12 lectures 55:11
Introduction and Quick Overview
00:41
Help me
00:41
Reasons Why Your Site Is Slow
08:04
Too Much in Your Site
05:13
Is Your Web Hosting Slowing You Down?
07:41
Image Optimization
04:51
Parasite Protection
07:09
WordPress Caching
02:34
Content Delivery Networks
07:17
You can influence
00:18
+ Bonus
1 lecture 00:23
Bonus + Thank you
00:23
Requirements
  • Own A WordPress Site
Description

Finally, Discover How to Speed Up Your WordPress Sites So That Your Visitors Can Get a Better User Experience Which Will Give You Higher Search Engine Rankings... Starting Today!

These methods have been working for the last decade.  There's no theory here!

If you’ve ever wondered why your visitors keep leaving your WordPress site and why you’re not ranking in the search engine… it’s most likely due to a few factors.

One of the many factors includes how fast your website loads.

If you think about it, as information becomes easier and easier to access within seconds, the human patients have decreased.

That's why you need to speed up your WordPress site.

When the internet was first released and people were using dial-up modems to connect online, many were just happy to get access to data from the world wide web.

But as the internet speeds got faster, the demand for data increased and people’s patience became shorter.

As people’s patience becomes shorter, so too does their patience for your site load speed - when the site loading time is slower it's more likely you will lose the visitors.

It just makes sense when you look at it that way - You speed up your WordPress site and the visitors are enjoying a faster loading site which make them want to stay longer on that site.

While we could discuss 100’s of variables, it’s best to start with one that everyone faces – which is WordPress site load speed.

Your goal at the end of the day is to keep your visitors on your site longer. 

This also helps your Google and other search engine rankings as well.

So, if you think of it from that standpoint and you adjust the user experience to be the best it can be, you will actually win the Google search engine game.

And that is how you kill two birds with one stone, or in other words win in both areas.

Of course, we could talk theory all day long, but the way you’ll succeed is by understanding how to implement this in practical terms.

Let's get started! 

Who this course is for:
  • Whoever wants to improve user experience and get higher ranking on search engines