In this Optimole review, I’m going to give you a look at a new’ish tool that’s focused on handling pretty much every part of the image optimization process for your WordPress site.
While part of that is automatically resizing and compressing your images, Optimole also dynamically serves the right image size based on a user’s browser/viewport, serves images via its own CDN, and adds lazy loading.
Today we are introducing you to Nestify and giving you a chance to win 1 of 5 One Year WordPress hosting with Free premium CDN.
One of the most important performance aspects of a website is the speed with which it loads. If you want to optimise your site to give your visitors the best possible experience while also improving your status in Google’s ranking system then you need to make sure your site loads fast. A slow site can push you down the ranking and make your visitors push the back button – two things you never want happening.
Today we teamed up with KeyCDN to give you a change to win one of two KeyCDN accounts with 1 TB of traffic.
A comprehensive guide to using content delivery networks in WordPress – how they work, their benefits, and benchmark results of an experimental site with and without using a CDN. We then list some of the best free and premium CDNs for WordPress.
Are you interested in improving the performance of your website? What if I told you that you could potentially shave off a few seconds off its loading time? A CDN might be what you’re looking for, read on and learn about my experience with setting one up on one of my WordPress blogs.