Speed issues

Do you have a slow website?

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Speed issues

Fix your slow WordPress website

Get your website fixed in a matter of hours

A slow-loading WordPress website can have a negative impact on various aspects of your online presence and business. To address website speed issues, it’s essential to optimise various aspects like caching, image compression, code optimisation, server configuration, and content delivery. Seeking professional assistance from our WordPress experts will help identify and resolve performance bottlenecks, ensuring your website loads quickly and efficiently.

Our process

Why customers choose us

We are experts in fixing slow loading issues on WordPress and can handle nearly every issue including one-off-fixes, to installing plugins that will speed up your website.

1. Submit your WordPress issue to us

Simply send us an email with your issue

2. We'll be in touch to understand your issue

We’ll take a look and determine what the issue is

3. Investigate & flag any other problems

When we know what the issue is, we’ll look at fixing it

4. Your website is back up and running

Once we’ve fixed the issue, your website will be running as normal!

Why is it important to fix a slow website?

User Experience

Visitors expect a fast and seamless browsing experience. If your website takes too long to load, users may become frustrated and abandon it, resulting in a high bounce rate. Poor user experience can lead to a loss of potential customers and lower engagement.

Search Engine Ranking

Website speed is a crucial factor in search engine optimisation (SEO). Search engines like Google consider page load times when determining search rankings. A slow website can negatively impact your SEO efforts, resulting in lower visibility and reduced organic traffic.

Conversion Rates

Slow-loading websites often have lower conversion rates. Whether it's an eCommerce store or a lead generation website, delays in page loading can discourage visitors from completing purchases or filling out forms. Improved website speed can positively impact your conversion rates and overall business revenue.

Mobile Experience

With the increasing use of mobile devices for web browsing, having a slow-loading website can be even more detrimental. Mobile users are typically on the go and have limited patience for slow-loading pages. Optimising your website's speed is crucial for delivering a smooth mobile experience and capturing mobile traffic.

Competitive Advantage

A slow website puts you at a disadvantage compared to competitors with faster-loading sites. Users are more likely to choose a competitor's website if it provides a faster and smoother experience. A slow website can hinder your ability to attract and retain customers.

Brand Reputation

A slow website can lead users to believe that your brand is unprofessional which can make them think twice about whether to purchase from you or employ your services.

Frequently asked questions

Questions about fixing slow websites

Fixing a slow website can be complex and if you have little experience with websites you may have many questions. Below we’ve answered some of the most common questions clients have about fixing slow websites.

How do I know if my website is slow?
There are a few ways you can tell if your website is slow including user feedback, if users are leaving your website almost immediately without making any meaningful actions like a purchase or if your website ranking has dropped.
What are some of the causes of slow websites?
Some of the factors that can cause your website to be slow include large images, server issues and having too many plugins installed on your website.
Is mobile speed important on websites?
Arguably ensuring your website is optimised to load quickly on mobile devices is one of the most important factors as 50% of all web traffic now comes from mobile devices. As Google now indexes websites with a mobile-first approach, a website that loads slowly on mobile devices is likely to have a detrimental effect on search engine rankings.
How can I monitor my website’s page speed?
The best free tool to use to check and monitor your website’s page speed is PageSpeed Insights by Google. A good score is above 80, an average score is 60-79 and is where you should consider getting help to improve and a bad score is 59 and under where you should seek urgent help in fixing your slow page speed.
How can I fix a slow-loading website?
We would highly recommend contacting us. We will be able to identify the issues you’re having on your website and are usually able to fix them whilst ensuring your website doesn’t suffer any disruption.

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We can provide you and your business with peace of mind. Get in touch today to discuss how we can help get your website working as it should.

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