When it comes to generating web traffic, speed matters a lot. For every extra second it takes for your page to load, exponentially more of your visitors bounce.
Digital marketers love blogging platforms like WordPress just because of their simplicity and easy-to-add functionality. Obviously, many of us, at times, fall into the trap of concentrating more on functionality and philosophy of art and less on the basics like page speed. If you aren’t careful, you can easily go on a plugin binge and litter your site with a bundle of large, uncompressed images and your WordPress site become unacceptably slow.
Here is a very helpful infographic to study which would help us all put our slow WordPress websites on a New Year’s diet and keep our visitors sticking around a bit more.
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