Reduce your site’s loading time and size.
Less time waiting for pages to load means more people coming back to visit.
Compressed files make your site, and the web, a leaner more resource friendly place.
Content Delivery Network (CDN)
With many servers across the world caching your content, your site is delivered to visitors much faster than if it was served from a single host. This reduces latency by delivering files as close as geographically possible to visitors.
HTTP/2 Enabled Servers
The HTTP/2 protocol creates multiple connections from your visitors to the server at once, this is known as multiplexing which significantly increases the speed of communications. Instead of the old, first in first out, queue system.
Multiple Advanced Caches
The optimized caching layers deliver a quick response from the server to visitors’ screens. The server uses technologies including Memcached, Varnish, Nginx, and Redis to deliver top notch speeds.
Large image files are often the biggest contributors to slow page load times. Setup your site with a premium image optimizing rig. Images will be compressed and sized optimally to keep your site looking good and server humming along.
A WordPress database can start to get bogged down with extra data if not configured properly. Deleted plugins, old post revisions and other factors can slow down your database’s performance. Clean up your database of extra, well, data.
Keep extra code on your site to a minimal. All sites, specially ones that have been around for a while, will need some clean up. Do you really need all those themes installed, when only one is active? Are the installed plugins really needed?