See how to configure the settings and purge cache in WP Fastest Cache. It was a winner in my recent Top WordPress Caching Plugins Head-to-Head Tests and is free and easy to use.
A faster site means more money. When you have big images and run ads and have resource intensive plugins, you need to squeeze out every performance edge you can to compete with a saturated niche market. Adding the free CloudFlare service can cut your page load time in half and protect your site from bad bots. That means more traffic on smaller hosting. And that means more money in your pocket. See how easy it is to get the CloudFlare benefits on your site.
I tested 7 of the top WordPress cache plugins. There were 3 clear winners. See which plugins came out on top and why. Plus, discover the 3 things you have to know about the test conditions to achieve similar results for your site.
Bots crawl your site all the time. Some are good bots from search engines like Google. Some are bad bots, like link spammers and hackers. The robots.txt file allows you to give bots the direction those bots need to crawl your site in the most expedient way, and keep them out of areas where they have no business being.
All websites have a master gatekeeper that provides the initial security for every type of site visitor, both human and bot. It also controls the redirection of traffic and tells browsers what to do with the data from your site. Discover all of the critical features in the .htaccess file and how having a good one improves your site security and performance.
The CloudFlare CDN is one of the best ways to speed up your site performance and help protect it from bad bots too. Best of all, it’s free.
I use it on all of my sites and recommend it to all of my site audit clients.
CloudFlare has made important updates recently and I’m delighted to announce a full set of new CloudFlare tutorials in the BlogAid Webmaster Training that show all of the new features and configurations.
You probably know you need caching to speed up your page load time, but you may not know how it all works. In this BlogAid Live show, I explain what local caching plugins and CDNs like CloudFlare do, all in non-tech talk.
How long has it been since you checked all of the important areas of your site to ensure they were up to snuff? Yeah, it’s been a while for me too! Many of us are coming into busy season and now is a great time to get your site ready in a fun and easy way.
Join me for the Spiffy Your Site Up mini challenge to ensure all is well with four important areas on your site, including:
Wrap Up and Open Q&A