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WP speed up

WordPress site loading slow? Here’s how to improve speed and performance.

I operate four WordPress sites and I constantly do maintenance tasks to maintain and/or improve speed and performance of my sites.

“Why,” you ask?

I learned very quickly that my page speed directly affects ad revenue. This not only means the speed of the entire page becoming visible to the reader, but the advertising as well. My revenue comes from advertising and readers can’t click on ads if they can’t see them.

Most readers are impatient and will move on to the next page or back out completely if they don’t see what they’re looking for or anything else of interest that may catch their eye.

Through research to deal with performance problems in the past, I’ve learned a few key things to watch out for.

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Wordpress vs Joomla

Is Joomla a Better CMS than WordPress?

The Two Leading CMS Are Among the Best Content Management Systems

There might be tens or hundreds of CMS on the market but Joomla and WordPress are light years ahead of the rest. Both of them are great but none is ideal.

Joomla and WordPress are in a league of their own. Drupal is coming close but it is still far away from the leaders. Most of the other content management software is also good but since it seriously lags behind in terms of popularity, very often when a webmaster compares Content Management Systems, the selection for a best CMS starts and ends with Joomla and WordPress.

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WordPress vs. Blogger

Hosted Blog Comparison

WordPress and Blogger are both popular blog software options. Here is a comparison of the two.

This overview assumes the user is running the content management system on their own domain; whether it be for Blogger or WordPress. As such, this is article is referring to the self hosted not vs. the self hosted options of

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All in One SEO Pack

WordPress Plugins for Freelancers

The Most Powerful Plugins for WordPress Portfolios

With the strategic use of WordPress plugins, freelancers can enhance the reach and impact of a portfolio website or blogfolio.

A self-hosted WordPress blog is the perfect online home for freelancers, including professional bloggers, photographers, artists, graphic and fashion designers and illustrators.

With the simple, user-friendly content management system from WordPress, paired with powerful developer plugins, freelancers will have an infinitely expandable web presence to present to customers. plugins are easy to install and are updated routinely. Because WordPress’s content management system is open source, plugins are constantly adapting and improving the core WordPress system.

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Why to use WordPress CMS

wordpress blogWordPress has over time secured its place as the number one choice of content management systems in the world and more than 60% of websites that make use of CMS on the internet based the design of their websites on WordPress.

As a matter of fact, for every five websites on the internet, one of them is designed with WordPress and 100,000 new websites come online daily with WordPress as the basis of their designs.

What makes WordPress so preferred?

That is the most logical question to ask next and in this article we will be looking at why WordPress CMS should be used and the advantages of using WordPress CMS.

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What is WordPress?

WordPress is an online tool for creating a website. It is an open source system written in PHP language and has proved to be the easiest content management system (CMS). WordPress is the number one choice for most bloggers around the world today.

Many reputable websites such as The New York Times’ blogs, TechCrunch, Mashable among others make use of WordPress.

Why is WordPress the most popular blog system?

  1. WordPress is FREE

wordpress logoWordPress is a tool that users can download, install, use and modify as they like and in any way they deem fit. It also offers complete freedom to users as any website can be created making use of WordPress. The software is also open source which makes the source code publicly available for anyone to study or modify. At the moment, there are over 2,500 WordPress themes and over 30,000 plugins available for users. What more can users ask for other than this kind of unlimited freedom!

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