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    Thanks for your answer and for a good mark. Did you find the website in my profile, this is the URL https://bitcoincasinotop.com. I was stupid that I didn't indicate it right away. Maybe we are talking about different sites, because like I know the good speed of site preload has to be close to 0.38 seconds. My site is loading for 3-4 seconds. That's why I am asking for some advice about load speed increasing. But maybe you're right it will be better to create my own separate post. Thanks again).

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    Hi, check the PageSpeed Insights (google.com). Here you can see wich improvement points you can make to youre website.

    You also can choose to put a new and fast template on youre site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lullerd View Post
    Hi, check the PageSpeed Insights (google.com). Here you can see wich improvement points you can make to youre website.

    You also can choose to put a new and fast template on youre site.
    Yes, I know about page speed, but I don't know how to fix those problems. But about templates I will think, maybe it is a good idea.

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    Is your site a WP site template?

    I'd try a WP plugin for increase page speed. Something like WP rocket could work.

    https://wp-rocket.me

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    There can be (and probably are) multiple (different or combined) reasons for overall load time.

    So sure you can go straight in and try one of the optimizers...but if you want to tackle it sequentially the first step is check your hosting


    " server response time, is the time it takes for the browser to receive the first byte in response to the browser request.
    Reducing TTFB is critical to your visitors' page experience as it affects every resource referenced in your HTML, and directly influences how long it takes for your page to load"

    If you want to name your current hosting provider you'll probably get some feedback on whether the hosting element may be one of your problems





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    Yes of course I am using the WP site template

    Thanks for the plugin, I will try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaumi View Post
    There can be (and probably are) multiple (different or combined) reasons for overall load time.

    So sure you can go straight in and try one of the optimizers...but if you want to tackle it sequentially the first step is check your hosting


    " server response time, is the time it takes for the browser to receive the first byte in response to the browser request.
    Reducing TTFB is critical to your visitors' page experience as it affects every resource referenced in your HTML, and directly influences how long it takes for your page to load"

    If you want to name your current hosting provider you'll probably get some feedback on whether the hosting element may be one of your problems


    What exactly I have to check on my host?

    This is my hosting providerhttps://www.namecheap.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ackins.edward View Post
    What exactly I have to check on my host?

    This is my hosting providerhttps://www.namecheap.com/
    OK so go and search ''is namecheap hosting fast" or "fastest hosting providers" and see what you get. Don't believe (immediately) everything you read (remember some of the returns you will get are affiliates....and they will/might have a vested interest which may not be the 'right' one...it's a generalization I know but some affiliates in other areas are possibly not as principled as we might be. You need to find one you know (or believe) you can trust.

    You basically want to know how they compare/where they are in the speed list compared to others.

    If you find a bunch saying Namecheap are fast then you can probably safely accept that and move on....if there are plenty saying they are not then it's advisable to take notice.



    Personally I don't know Namecheap (from a hosting perspective)...but they are a domain registrar I think as core business.....

    ...and that's sometimes a red flag for hosting quality...as is being very cheap in general (which I also think they are).

    Bottom line in all this...if you're serious about your site...start with good hosting (that you know is highly recommended). If you search those terms I mentioned you will see who those are....but there was also a recent thread or two here that talk about different hosting providers.
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    I wouldn't host my sites there for several reasons. Speed is one, here I would recommend WPX, Kinsta ...

    But the main reason u should consider to move fast, are the T&C:

    ... By using any Services, You agree: ... not to use Namecheap services to host any website, other content, links or advertisements of websites that: .... ; contain lottery, gambling, casino; ...

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    ...and I would agree with WPX....although I just put a new site up on Siteground (even though the original reason to move from SG to WPX was speed)...I did it as a test...and (admittedly without anywhere near enough content yet) it's showing green on GPS for mobile and desktop. I'm suspecting SG have done something because of all the bad press...but maybe there's something else at play that I'm missing.

    Note WPX will migrate your site for free....done it twice and it's painless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaumi View Post
    Bottom line in all this...if you're serious about your site...start with good hosting (that you know is highly recommended). If you search those terms I mentioned you will see who those are....but there was also a recent thread or two here that talk about different hosting providers.

    Got it, thanks for the advice and detailed instructions. I will study this issue.

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    OK you may get other advice....but if your hosting is not right then quite probably nothing else will be. Almost certainly you will still have things to do after sorting the hosting, but at least then you can tackle those from a strong(er) position.

    Advice...if you do decide to switch...take a bunch of readings on different speed tools before you do it (especially GPS)....and of course afterwards to see how much difference it made.

    Then you can go on to next steps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaumi View Post
    OK you may get other advice....but if your hosting is not right then quite probably nothing else will be. Almost certainly you will still have things to do after sorting the hosting, but at least then you can tackle those from a strong(er) position.

    Advice...if you do decide to switch...take a bunch of readings on different speed tools before you do it (especially GPS)....and of course afterwards to see how much difference it made.

    Then you can go on to next steps.

    Already started the test and so far the results are not very good

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    When I ran you late yesterday on Google it returned 50 mobile and I think about 75 desktop.

    Now actually that's not absolutely terrible but yes worth improving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaumi View Post
    When I ran you late yesterday on Google it returned 50 mobile and I think about 75 desktop.

    Now actually that's not absolutely terrible but yes worth improving.
    That's the weirdness if you look at the assessment of page speed - everything is okay. But yesterday I used a another service to measure the responsiveness of the site and the results were poor. I used a service that tracks the site every half hour, and sometimes the page load reached 17s.

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    I'd be looking at the service to see how that operates.

    But you have to remember there are lots of possible reasons. It could be the way the tool works....it could be your server load (ie the hosting load/traffic at different times, especially if you are on shared hosting).

    Most of the evidence is suggesting to go to the best hosting you can sensibly afford...and work from there....you're unlikely to regret that even if it doesn't solve the whole problem....but as said before, you could try playing with various optimization plugins first.

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    You need to check the GSC improvements, add lazy-loading Plugin to your website, optimize all images, Enable compression, use CDN.

    Google for manuals or ask a developer for help

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    Your site actually loaded almost instantly for me, so I’m not having any issues there. Indeed, I can find very little to complain about. I like the navigation, the appearance, and the depth of your content. The only thing is that a lot of your content uses the passive voice way too often, so it sounds a little bit odd to me.

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    Thanks for the tip, this is my first blog, and if to be honest, I didn't even attach importance to this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eenzoo View Post
    I wouldn't host my sites there for several reasons. Speed is one, here I would recommend WPX, Kinsta ...

    But the main reason u should consider to move fast, are the T&C:
    Uh oh... looks like I need to migrate it over to another host... Are there any cheaper alternatives to WPX/Kinsta, I have a CDN already so it's not really useful to pay the extra.

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