Optimizing Wordpress for More Speed and Revenue
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Optimizing Wordpress for More Speed and Revenue

An crash course showing how to speed up your WordPress page, earn more and spend less
3.6 (28 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
2,989 students enrolled
Created by Nikola Mihin
Last updated 6/2017
English
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Price: Free
Includes:
  • 35 mins on-demand video
  • 21 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Improve WordPress site speed, save money and earn more
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Requirements
  • Basic WordPress and CMS knowledge
Description

Do you know in which ways the loading speed of your website affects your visitors, sales and costs.  
Using and applying techniques from this course you can minimize Bounce Rate, increase conversions, make SEO improvements, save hosting costs and have overall better user experience by simply improving your website speed?

Who is the target audience?
  • Individuals and Businesses who want to speed up their existing website
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Curriculum For This Course
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Introduction
7 Lectures 34:44

This course is an introduction to optimizing the speed of the WordPress site. The first in a series of tutorials explaining why web site speed is important, how we perceive content upload speeds, and how page speed affects higher revenue and lower maintenance costs.

Optimizing WordPress for more speed and revenue introduction
11:25

This is a sequel of the WordPress page optimization course. The third in a series of tutorials that shows you how to choose the right theme for your website, portfolio, product catalog, or blog. See the tutorial for how important the page speed selection is.

How to measure speed of website using online tools?
07:28

This is a sequel of the first part of WordPress page optimization course. The second in a series of tutorials that show you how to measure the speed of a web page, in our case the speed of WordPress pages with the available online tools.

Selecting the right WordPress theme
05:14

This is a sequel of the WordPress page optimization course. The fourth in a series of tutorials that show you how to concatenate and reduce the size of scripts and styles of your website. Watch this tutorial and learn how important minification and concatenation are to the speed of the page. 

Minification and concatenation of scripts and files
01:48

This is the fifth step in the WordPress page optimization course that shows you how to use the available web cache feature. How important is the cache for the page speed and how to use the W3 Total Cache plug-in check in this section.

How to use Cache Plugin to improve speed of website
02:16

Image compression
02:09

This is the seventh and last lesson of the WordPress speed optimization course, which shows you how to choose the right hosting for your site and what types of hosting you can buy. At the end of this lesson you will learn what kind of positive results we achieved through the whole process of page optimization in the previous lessons.

Choosing the right hosting provider
04:24
About the Instructor
Nikola Mihin
3.7 Average rating
28 Reviews
3,004 Students
2 Courses
User Experience and User Interface Designer, Frontend Dev.

Hey I just met you and this is crazy…I kid, my name is Nikola Mihin, I am 33 years old Web Developer and Multimedia Enthusiast from Croatia. I have more than 7 years of experience working as Web Developer and UX/UI designer on many projects and I have numerous projects under my belt wearing one or more hats in team if needed. I am educated in Agile Software Methodologies and worked/working as a part of international teams and for clients all over the world from Beijing, London, Munich to Toronto. My strong points are Frontend Development, Design, User Experience and Tutoring for which I have my IT educational channel with more than 1.5k daily views.

In my spare time ( this is a joke, I don’t have spare time ) i read as much as possible, train for next 5k or 10k  local race or develop my Jujitsu skills in dojo…oh yeah and I like to relax and do nothing ( that’s another joke ). I am competitive and focused in achieving my goals but flexible and yielding to knowledge, learning and improvement.