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Largest Contentful Paint: How to Improve Your Score Forever

10 MIN READ

So you’ve worked hard on building a fast, clean website, and now that you’ve run it through a page speed tool, it’s disappointing that the results are not what you hoped for. While hanging your head in defeat may seem like a tempting option, from an SEO and user experience standpoint, you should definitely reconsider before throwing in the towel. How long do you wait for a page to load? For around 50% of us, it’s less than 3 seconds. A lot may hang in the balance during those 3 precious seconds. A page’s ability to get the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) content loaded quickly can soothe impatient visitors by letting them know they’re in the right place while the rest of the page loads. It’s often an image, video, or a block-level element like <p> or <h1> that should be one of the first things to render. The Largest…

Core Web Vitals: The Only Guide You’ll Ever Need

16 MIN READ

At this point, you’ve most likely heard about Core Web Vitals, Google’s new page experience measuring tools. Announced in May 2020 and incorporated into the ranking algorithms just last month, Core Web Vitals are another key way for Google to approximate the quality of user experience that a website offers. As the focus of Core Web Vitals is on an overall pleasant user experience, even if your website currently ranks at #1, this article will still be useful in terms of improving conversion rates of your website and decreasing the bounce rate. Whether you’re a developer immersed in code, an agency looking to set yourself apart from competition, or a small business owner just trying to run your website, it is important to be mindful of these new updates as they are Google’s way of fine tuning its ranking process. We know the importance SEO (Search Engine Optimization) has on…

WordPress Cache and How It Can Improve Your Website Speed

15 MIN READ

Nearly half of the World Wide Web is powered by WordPress, but somehow there’s a common misconception that WordPress websites are slow and laggy. In this article, we’ll give you full information about one of the techniques that can highly improve your website performance, WordPress caching. Caching is a technique that allows you to store the result of a long-running task in a fast access memory, and then reuse that result without actually doing the task. This means that cached content is displayed a lot faster than content that’s loaded directly from the server. It’s like memorizing your multiplication tables. Once you have memorized it, it’s so much faster to recite the answer to a multiplication problem off-hand than trying to calculate the answer all over again. Caching can be performed in different stages of a running web application, so every stage is called a cache layer. We’ll go through…

20 Best WooCommerce Plugins to Skyrocket Your Sales

17 MIN READ

Are you an eCommerce site owner looking for the best WooCommerce plugins to boost your sales? Then you’ve come to the right place. We’ve prepared a list of 20 best WooCommerce plugins that’ll level up your online shop performance. Manage your checkouts Up- and Cross-Sell Like You’ve Never Done Before Plugins for Optimized Product Representation Plugins to ensure user-friendliness Product Visualization Plugins Best WooCommerce Plugins for Email Marketing Best WooCommerce plugins for performance analysis FAQs How do I install WooCommerce plugins? Which is the best WooCommerce plugin for variation swatches? What is the best free WooCommerce plugin for Facebook login when registering and checking out? What is the best WooCommerce plugin for product organization? 1. Manage your checkouts The checkout process is very critical. If it’s too complicated, you might end up with angry customers who are so bothered by the complexity of your process that they don’t finalize their…

The 16-Point Ecommerce Conversion Rate Optimization Checklist

20 MIN READ

Use this guide on eCommerce conversion rate optimization and learn how to lift the revenue of your online business. Every online shop owner needs to constantly chase and try out new eCommerce optimizations methods. Why? Because it will help optimize your website in a way that’ll snap your visitors out of their observer modus and convert them into actual customers. Without it, you’re risking that your eCommerce site won’t live up to its potential and you’ll lose resources over it. But what is a good eCommerce conversion rate and how do you calculate it? The average lies at around 3% – 4%. You can count your conversion rate by dividing the number of unique sales by the number of unique website visitors. Now that you’re in the know about what to strive for, let’s take a look at eCommerce conversion rate optimization tactics that’ll help you realize your goals. Forgot…

How We Achieve a 90+ PageSpeed Score

8 MIN READ

We, at 10Web, guarantee that every website connected to our platform gets a 90+ PageSpeed score. Our obsession with helping WordPress websites achieve a high PageSpeed score is something that’s unique to us, which is why we decided to take some time and grant you a sneak peek into our speed optimization service. But let’s first understand why page speed is so important. Well, it’s no secret that if you want your site to appear on search engine results pages (SERP) you need to mind their ranking factors. It’s been some time now that the world’s leading search engine, Google, has declared speed one of its top 10 ranking factors. That’s why we’d like to use this development as an occasion to get into the nitty gritty of establishing a fast PageSpeed score for WordPress. At this point, a little shout-out is due to agencies, freelancers, eCommerce website owners, small…

What Everyone Should Know About Website Cache

8 MIN READ

What is cache, why you need it and how to use it: a brief summary.

Google Page Experience Update: How to Be Prepared

10 MIN READ

So, word has been going around that there will be a Google page experience update soon. You don’t know what that is and want to stay ahead of the competition? Then you’ve come to the right place, because we’re here to share the essentials with you and tell you how you can prepare ahead of time. On May 28th, 2020, Google revealed that there will be an upcoming page experience update that will enhance the existing Core Web Vitals metrics. This addition will sharpen the focus on “speed, responsiveness, and visual stability.” But before delving into the details, let’s start with the basics: What is page experience? Page experience refers to a user’s “experience of interacting with a web page.” There are several metrics that factor into determining page experience which we will discuss in this article. Without further ado, let’s jump right in and see how you can best…

How to Optimize Videos and Images on Your WordPress Site

14 MIN READ

Are there many videos and images on your website and want them to load without slowing down your website’s performance? Optimize them not to lose efficiency!

10 Important Website Traffic Metrics to Track

10 MIN READ

Here are the top 10 important ⚡ website traffic metrics for you to track, and to ensure your website is functioning to its full potential and boost it.

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