Amazon ran some tests on their website speed…
They discovered that if amazon.com slowed down by one second, the company would lose $1.6 billion.
1.6 billion dollars. Because of one second lag time.
That’s how much speed matters on the internet.
Quite simply, customers aren’t willing to hang around and wait for a website to load. Not even a respected site like Amazon.
So how long are people willing to wait for a website to load?
Studies show that you’ve got about 3 seconds.
After 3 seconds, half your visitors will give up and leave.
So imagine my surprise when I tested my WordPress website, Bitcatcha. In some parts of the world, it took nine seconds to load.
That’s the moment I decided to drop everything and speed up my website.
I thought about hiring an expert, but I decided to save myself thousands of dollars and try it myself. I discovered it’s actually very easy to do.
(There was plenty of trial and error, but don’t worry – I’m going to let you copy all the settings and tricks I used).
The result? I slashed SIX (in fact, seven!) seconds off my website load time.
After running my site through various tests, Bitcatcha.com now loads (completely) in less than 3 seconds.
And, as you can see below, I improved my Google PageSpeed Insights significantly. (This is Google’s recommendations for website speed, which can drastically affect your SEO).
You don’t need to know complex tech or spend a fortune on an agency.
All you need to do is follow 8 simple hacks that I used. Step by step.
In fact, I collected screenshots through the entire process.
You can simply follow my process and copy the exact tricks I used.
At the end of this e-book, you’ll have a super-charged, lightning fast WordPress website too.
It was probably the best investment of time I’ve ever made in my website.
Try loading your website now. Does it feel slow?
If the answer’s yes, it could be affecting your user-experience, your sales and even your SEO.
There’s another thing too:
Google has confirmed that website speed is an important factor in their ranking algorithm.
In other words, slow WordPress sites are penalized by Google, and you may find your website lower down on search results.
It makes sense if you think about it…
Google doesn’t want to send people to slow websites, so it’s no surprise that Google priorities fast-loading sites.
And the biggest problem of all:
As I mentioned at the start, Amazon calculated that a slow website would cost them billions of dollars.
Why? Because slow speeds scare away customers. It creates a lack of trust which creates hesitation at the checkout.
Some customers will disappear before your site even has chance to load. They simply give up.
So if your WordPress site relies on sales, slow speeds may be killing your revenue.
Get started immediately with this step-by-step guide and unlock the full potential of your WordPress site. With the purchase you will get:
At the end of optimisations, do expect your website to load in 3 seconds. Start now for a faster and better WordPress.
That’s why I created this ebook. To help make your WordPress website fast, improve user experience, and increase your sales.
But I didn’t want to make it dense and complicated.
I wanted it to be the simplest and most easy-to-understand resource out there.
So I took screenshots every step of the way, so you can follow my settings exactly, and then tweak them for your own site.
And we’ll do most of it with simple WordPress plugins.
It’s step-by-step and easy-to-follow.
So, what are some of the hacks?
We’ll also discuss lightning fast web hosts, lightweight WordPress themes and CDNs (content delivery networks).
By the end of this book, you’ll know everything (and I mean everything) the experts know. And your WordPress website will run up to six seconds faster.
Great! All you have to do is download my new e-book.
I’m keeping the price as low as possible, at just
$49.99 $22.99. (You’d pay 100 times more to hire a developer).
And here’s a recap of what you’ll get:
But more than that, by following the hacks, you’ll get: