Website page loading time is one of the key areas of search engine optimization, which is often neglected by website owners. It’s simply because of 2 reasons.
- It is good from the perspective of User Experience. Obviously a fast loading site will keep the visitor happy whereas a slow loading web page will make the visitor impatient and they are likely in 9 cases out of 10 likely to leave the website
- Apart from taking into consideration various facets of a website while measuring the quality, search engine takes into account the page loading time of web pages while making the list in their search results on specific keywords
Fortunately, one can conveniently increase the load time of web pages if the website is a WordPress site by using a plugin, which has been developed specifically for doing so. We have tried to list a few of them in the next few lines.
WP Widget Cache
In most cases, it’s not the pages that delays loading time, but rather it is the elements that one have on their pages that cause them to slow down. WordPress widgets provide more features to website but they can also be resource hogs, which ceases down the page load time. WP Widget Cache can decrease the number of SQL queries, which eventually results in speeding up the website.
The plugin caches every database query, which is the reason why they are quicker than other HTML caching plugins. The final result is that the website uses less disk space for files that have already been cached.
We agree that there are usual plugins which increase page load time such as WP Super Cache and WP-Cache. But it’s always a good practice to explore other choices to make certain that one is getting the best page load times possible. One should realize that they don’t just have HTML on their WordPress website; they also have other coding languages and elements that probably slowing down their website. The plugins mentioned above can actually help one to increase page load times above standard HTML.