Vineet Talwar: Speed Rocket your WordPress website

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November 10, 2019

One of the major reasons behind online driven frustration is because of a slow website. One would not want to visit such a website the second time. Right?
What if this is the case with your website? Won’t those low numbers on analytics dull your day? Are you not concerned about how and when did you website fail? If a website doesn’t load quickly, the user would probably leave it immediately. And, a dissatisfied user is worse than not having users at all!

This talk mainly deals with how one can speed up their WordPress website and make it faster for users, thus improving their conversions. This talk begins with educating about website hosting, latency and DNS. Then, shall be discussing about how you can optimize the performance of your WordPress website, having solutions for all sort of users, from beginner to advanced users, and for different hosting scenario. Further, discussion will be about different performance optimization strategies like cutting down your queries, tweaking the code base, caching mechanism, use of cloud services, scaling up and so on. All this together shall help a newbie or even someone who has their website slow and frustrating for users, faster and better optimized. Thus, saving their day.

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Event

WordCamp Stuttgart 2019 26

Speakers

Vineet Talwar 7

Tags

Page Speed 10
Performance 103
Performance Tweaking 4
Website Optimization 2
Website Performance 2

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English 8939

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