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Apr 04, 2022
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by caching your content on various servers around the world, reducing the physical gap between your website and its visitors. Install a WordPress caching plugin Browser caching is a real lifesaver when it comes to increasing page speed. It works like this: The whole page loading process only happens the first time someone visits your website. Every time the same visitor comes back, the cached version of the website is loaded, which speeds up the whole process. Here are 3 popular WordPress caching plugins:Full Cache W3 Fastest cache in WP WP Super Cache Tip: If you don't know how to set up a caching plugin and CDN for your WordPress site, you have two options:find someone who will help you with this (this is a one-time setup)by following a step-by-step guide (like this step-by-step guide on how employee email list to speed up the website using the W3 Total Cache caching plugin and the free Cloudflare along with the rest of the files it caches, it will not optimize your image resources for you. There are three main things you need to pay attention to:using the right image file type - knowing when to use PNG, JPEG or SVG can save you a lot of loading timeusing the correct image file size - you don't need to use a 2500px wide image if your blog content width is 800pxcompress images - you can save a lot by compressing image file size (we recommend ShortPixel)We cover all of these aspects in our in-depth guide to image SEO. Note: We recommend installing the image compression plugin as one of the first things to do when setting up your WordPress SEO. This way, all the images you upload will be compressed from the start. If you haven't used a compression plugin yet, most of them will allow you to bulk optimize all your images. With ShortPixel, all you have to do is go to your media
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