Wordpress speed optimization service:  299$ (349$)

Having a low conversion rate ? Every tenth of a second counts. Statistics show that a single second costs you 11% traffic and 7% conversions. On top of that, your SEO also suffers.

We're the best WordPress speed optimization service on earth. Even if your website is already fast, we'll make it even faster. While others offer MEDIUM, we only offer PREMIUM.

FIRST STEP: Test your website on the 4 speed testing tools

Google Page Speed Insights: Will analyze your website and give you a score. It will also show a small part of existing technical problems. It's the most popular testing tool, despite not being the best. Our website has 100/100 score on it CLICK HERE

GT Metrix: Same as Google Page Speed Insights, it's a tool meant for testing "good practices", not real speed. It's a program useful for a more in-detail analysis of existing technical problems, covering a bigger area than the previous one CLICK HERE

Pingdom: Despite appearances, this is also a tool meant for testing "good practices", not actual loading speed. Results will usually be wrong in that area. For measuring real loading speed, always use WebPageTest CLICK HERE

WebPageTest: Developed by Google, this is the supreme tool when it comes to measuring website performance. It's meant for experts and requires advanced knowledge in order to use. It provides detailed information about scripts loading order, server stuff, etc.  CLICK HERE

    If your site is loading in over 2 seconds and has a small score on testing tools, then a big part of your website traffic is uselessly lost. On top of that, besides lost profit, your business image is negatively affected, users are having an unpleasant experience and Google is penalizing you and therefore affecting your SEO.

Every extra second costs you 11% traffic and 7% conversions

Worrying statistics:

Over 40% visitors abandon a web page if it takes more than 3 seconds to load.

Conversion rate increases 74% when page load time improves from 8 to 2 seconds.

1 second delay in page load time leads to 11% fewer page views, 16% decrease in customer satisfaction and 7% loss in conversions.

More than 73% of consumers won't return to a website if it doesn't load properly on their mobile devices.

If an e-commerce site is making $100.000 per day, a 1-second page delay could potentially cost $2.5 million lost in sales every year.

Case studies:

Mozilla improved conversions by 15.4% shaving off 2.2 seconds of load time.

US President Obama's fundraising campaign increased donation conversions by 14% when they decreased the page speed from 5 seconds to 2 seconds.

Shopzilla shaved off their load times from 6 seconds to 1.2 seconds and experienced a 12% revenue hike.

Amazon reported 1% loss in revenue per 100ms site load delay.

Yahoo increased traffic by 9% for every 400 milliseconds of improvement.

For more information and their sources, visit our statistics page

Besides lost revenue, SEO, consumer experience and business image are also affected

    There are about 200 factors that Google takes into consideration when listing results for a search. On these factors depends whether your website will come up on top of front page or whether it will lay buried on page 3. Some elements are more important, while others are less important.

    The analysis on the left side of the screen was made by SemRush (top 3 SEO programs) in June 2017 on 600.000 keywords. As you can see, three critical factors are heavily dependent upon page speed. During last years, Google has moved from a backlink-based algorithm to one based primarily on UX (user experience). Of course, backlinks will always remain extremely important, but the improvement of website performance is without a doubt MANDATORY in the current age. (study source: CLICK HERE)

 What does this mean and what does the above image tell us? 

     For example, a person searches for something and Google delivers a list of results. If the result from place 4 has a high bounce rate (people initially click but then click back and leave the website), Google understands that the result is not relevant for that specific search and lowers it down the rankings. The problem is that the result might be appropriate for that search query, but the visitor has pressed "back" because of the slow loading speed. Even if the visitor reaches the website, Google also measures how much time he spends on it and how many pages he visits. These statistics are heavily dependent upon page speed. The slower the speed, the less time visitors will spend on average on the website.

     These problems are even more significant in the case of mobile devices where websites load even slower, and users are even less patient. Ever since 2016, mobile users have surpassed desktop users. Google has already implemented a separate algorithm for mobile where page speed is even more important than on the desktop one. In 2019, Google will completely transition to a "Mobile First index" and the current mobile algorithm will be used universally. At the moment, the two biggest trends in SEO are page speed improvement and HTTPS implementation. Also, in August 2017, Facebook announced that it had introduced page speed as a ranking factor for links shown in users feeds. That means that a slow website will be negatively affected even there.

     Giving these conditions, page speed has become essential for any business with even minimal SEO aspirations. A bad page speed will nullify much bigger financial efforts done in terms of SEO. Weak websites can unfairly surpass you due to problems regarding this aspect.

No need for us to convince you, mathematics is taking care of that part

      In the case of a website that is doing terrible in the page speed area (as we can find even at some central press websites from Eastern Europe), a page speed optimization will do wonders. If the website is producing 500$ a month and suffers a 20% increase in profit, a page speed optimization will pay itself back in basically three months. Not to mention the SEO and branding benefits that come on top of that.

     In the case of a website already decently optimized but not optimized to perfection, even though no miracles will happen, the benefits will still be big. Mathematics tells us that 5% of 1000$ means 50$. In a year this means 600$ and the optimization costs only 299$. Even in such cases, mathematics still recommends going PREMIUM.

We only offer PREMIUM WordPress performance optimization

      The service offered by us is a PREMIUM, not a medium one. Unlike a medium optimization that can take only a couple of hours to perform, an ADVANCED one requires 2-3 days of non-stop hard work. It includes absolutely everything that can be done in order to make your website reach maximum speed. We do all the small little things that our competitors either skip, either don't know how to do. We perform the whole process with extreme patience and carefully test every little modification on WebPageTest before implementing it. All this offered at the smallest price you can find on the market. Our competitors offer MEDIUM, we only offer PREMIUM.

Our service includes:

When we say PREMIUM, we really mean it!

     Many companies who offer WordPress speed optimization services actually offer basic ones but market them as advanced. A basic optimization consists of installing a couple of plug-ins and doing some small tasks that take no more than 3 hours to perform. Such an optimization, despite being so fast and easy to perform, is quite efficient. If done on a completely unoptimized website, it is about 50% as effective as an advanced one if executed correctly, despite taking just 10% of the effort.

    An advanced optimization, on the other hand, requires 2-3 days of non-stop hard work and a way higher skill level. That additional improvement requires a lot of extra work. Every little thing has to be carefully tested before being implemented. Advanced optimization techniques also need to be performed. The optimizer needs to fight for every 0.1s that can be reduced. In the end, the website will be literally the fastest version of itself. You will not be able to tweak it and make it faster than it already is, not even by 0.1s. All that could be humanly done about improving its speed had already been done.

     There are people out there who don't need this kind of an advanced service. They just want their website to be "normal" instead of "super slow". For them, a basic optimization should be enough. But there are websites out there producing 1000$+ a month (in money or value) for which every millisecond counts. They need a premium service and are willing to pay for one. And that's precisely why TurboWeb is here. We are here for those that need walking that extra mile. And we'll do it at an outsourcing price that nobody can compete with.

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