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Onsite optimization

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by majedayari, Mar 4, 2016.

  1. majedayari

    majedayari Newbie

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    Hi all
    I have some problem when trying to boost the speed of my site, i tried different plugins, css minfier, js compressor, image resolution, Gzip compression, but still having a low average on mobile version :
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    Could you please help me to fix that !

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Mar 4, 2016
  2. validseo

    validseo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    If it is a Wordpress site use a static caching plugin. Eliminate 3rd party hosted includes and inline CSS and JS to eliminate asynchronous requests. Enable server side compression. Sprite map your images.

    If you wrote your own PHP then comment it out and see if the speed problem goes away

    if you wrote your own database queries then comment them out and recheck load times

    if none of that works you might need better hosting
     
  3. artemis42

    artemis42 Regular Member

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    I think the best thing to do is just get better hosting. Spend a few bucks. It's always worth it. Especially if you plan to get decent amounts of traffic on your website.
     
  4. Seowarlords

    Seowarlords Junior Member

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    OP for your good - upload a different picture that does not show the URL of your website.
     
  5. majedayari

    majedayari Newbie

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    It's a wordpress site, i use WP Fatest Cache and optimised all images, alson enabled Gzip compression with .htaccess
    Still few problem like GG font and GG analytics time load and compression
     
  6. majedayari

    majedayari Newbie

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    thanks for advise body ^^
     
  7. JohnMark1

    JohnMark1 Newbie

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    In the image side, you need to upload them that should be below 100Kb simply if you are targeting the mobile traffic.
     
  8. zorga35

    zorga35 Registered Member

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    I personally use WP fastest cache - premium version. It has gzip, html minify, js minify and other options. It makes my sites much faster and the Google score better, and its all controlled from 1 plugin which is great.
     
  9. ushadeep

    ushadeep Regular Member

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    Hello buddy,
    please use the compress image before uploading in your blog