Need Help Speeding Up Your WordPress Site?

Our speed up service includes the following optimizations:

  • Optimize my images

    Drastically reduce the load time and file size of your website by loading optimized images.

  • Reduce server response time

    Page caching are essential for improving search engine optimization and increasing conversions.

  • Leverage browser caching

    With browser caching your static content does not need to be downloaded again and again.

  • Enable GZIP Compression

    Optimize rendering by implementing gzip compression, expires headers and ETags.

  • Improve First Contentful Paint

    Reduce the time spent before a user sees the first visual response of your website.

  • Optimize my database

    Clean up and optimize your database to reduce its size and boosting your performance.

  • Enable Lazyload Images

    Images are loaded only as your visitor scrolls down the page, this improves your load time.

  • Google Fonts Optimization

    Less HTTP requests for a faster website thanks to enabling Google Fonts optimization.

  • Minify JavaScript and CSS

    We will reduce the weight of your JavaScript, CSS and HTML files through minification.

  • Fix render blocking Javascript

    Keeping render blocking JavaScripts at minimal will reduce the load time of your website.

  • Enable DNS Prefetching

    We will reduce the time of DNS lookups from external domains by enabling prefetching.

  • WordPress Optimization

    Disabling unneeded functions such as the emoji code in WordPress will speed up your site.

These recommendations are meant to be generic, best practices; some things will be out of our control (eg. external resources) or may not apply to your website.

Our service guarantees to improve your load time according to GTmetrix, Pingdom or Lighthouse, if we fail to improve your numbers you will receive a full refund.

Top 10 Reasons why I need to speed up my website:

Speed will help me improve my Google rankings

A faster site will help me improve my conversions

Users will leave my site if it is not fast enough

Site speed will improve my first impression

Speed delay means less revenue to my business

A faster site will get me more visitors and clients

Mobile users needs really fast sites to convert

Users will prefer my competitors site if it is faster

Slow sites can give my business a bad reputation

Faster websites simply generates more revenue


"Excellent service, very nice to work with. I highly recommend them for any speed issues that you may have."

"They are really enthusiastic, they did a great job and is a pleasure to communicate with. Highly recommended!"

"I recommend them for any speed related task. Get your speed issues done in a short time and with professionalism!"

"Excellent, they has gone beyond to fix it once again which proofs that they will not let you down, highly recommended service."

"It was fantastic to work with them ! Efficient, cooperative and a great end result. Will definitely use them again."

My experience was great- really helpful and very easy to work with them. I'm really pleased with the results."

Nobody likes a slow loading website, nobody!

- It's Time To Speed Up My Website

Half a second delay in your website speed could cost you or your business hundreds, maybe even thousands of valuable visitors and potential customers. Can you really afford that?
You need to boost the speed of your WordPress site, to get better rankings in Google, improve your conversions and bring more visitors to your website. Your site needs a investment that pays off quick and easily.

Did you know that Google now are using your site speed as a vital ranking factor?
Your Google rankings will be penalized if your site is slow or produces a poor user experience, a speed up is a easy way for your site to get better conversions and more visitors.

Nearly half of all visitors will leave your site if the pages don’t load within 3 seconds.
That's why improving the speed of your WordPress site should definitely be your number one priority. Because only half a second delay in your website speed could cost you or your business hundreds, maybe even thousands of valuable visitors and potential customers.

Can you really afford to risk that?


"Really great to work with, efficient and highly professional. They have produced a really fast website for my business. I would recommend them to anyone."

"Service was great, did exactly what was necessary, was extremely helpful along the way and then went above what was required. Highly recommended, they know their stuff."

"They did a wonderful job speeding up my business site. The service was quick, efficient and answered all questions, leaving me with a fast site. I would be happy to recommend them to anyone."

Do you need help fixing any of the following recommendations:

Add Expires headers
Avoid AlphaImageLoader filter
Avoid CSS expressions
Avoid HTTP 404 (Not Found) error
Avoid URL redirects
Configure entity tags (ETags)
Enable Keep-Alive
Enable gzip compression
Leverage browser caching
Make AJAX cacheable
Make favicon small and cacheable
Make fewer HTTP requests
Minify JavaScript and CSS
Reduce DNS lookups
Reduce the number of DOM elements
Remove duplicate JavaScript and CSS
Remove query strings from static resources
Use GET for AJAX requests
Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN)
Use cookie-free domains
Avoid CSS @import
Avoid character set in the meta tag
Avoid bad requests
Combine images using CSS sprites
Defer parsing of JavaScript
Inline small CSS
Inline small JavaScript
Minify HTML
Minimize redirects
Minimize request size
Optimize images
Optimize the order of styles and scripts
Prefer asynchronous resources
Put CSS in the document head
Serve resources from a consistent URL
Serve scaled images
Specify a Vary: Accept-Encoding header
Specify a cache validator
Specify a character set early