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Speed up your WordPress Blog

Is your WordPress blog is slow? – and how can you improve performance without any programming experience. A clarifcation of these two questions is the main objectives for this post.

I have to admit that I’m obsessed with website speed and there is a few very obvious reasons…

  • A fast loading site is a great start on a site visit from a user experience perspective
  • A fast loading site improves important KPI’s like conversion rate, exit% and time spend on the site
  • Google loves fast loading sites and gives SEO benefits to fast loading sites

So the need for speed is pretty obvious in my mind.

However the nature of WordPress with many different plugins of various quality and dynamic rendered content can be problematic from a speed perspective.

The good news is that there are many well performing and simple tricks that can compensate for the default WordPress setup.

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11 WordPress Store Locator scripts and plugins

Plugins and scripts for wordpress store locators

If you’ need to display multiple locations on a map, a store locator script can be a great way of improving the user experience and give your website a proffesional touch.

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30+ WordPress responsive themes

superskeleton a responsive wordpress theme

Responsive design themes for WordPress are gaining popularity fast.

With a quality responsive theme for WordPress, your blog is suddenly capable of  provide a smooth user experience for users despite the screen resolution of the device they are accessing your blog. This means that your blog will be rendered nicely on devices ranging for mobile phones to tablets and desktop PC’s.

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Speed up WordPress in 10 minutes with Quick Cache

Speed up WordPress with the Quick Cache plugin

The need for speed is crucial in modern webdesign. To speed up WordPress performance, caching plugins are very popular.

Introducing a caching plugin in WordPress means faster page download, better user interaction, better SEO performance, and reduced usage of server resources. It’s obvious why this is important.

In this post we’ll take a closer look at the relatively new cache plugin – Quick Cache. The impressive thing about Quick Cache is that it works great out of the box, which makes it interesting for you, if you haven’t tried caching plugins for WordPress yet, or if you’re having trouble getting some of the other plugins to work.

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Display random posts in WordPress

Learn how to display random posts in WordPressOn a blog, it’s typically only a small portion of the posts that’s being read.

However if you want to inspire your readers to read further posts, a random post script can be a effective tool to expose additional content to your users and thereby increase the stickiness of your site.

In this post you’ll learn how easy it is to insert a random post script in WordPress.

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Display external RSS feeds in WordPress

Display bexternal RSS feeds in wordpress Displaying external RSS Feeds is quite common in blogs.

Typical sources can be external partners, general sources of inspiration, or sites that you admire.

In this post we’ll show you 2 methods for displaying external RSS feeds in WordPress –  the built in WordPress widget, and a stand alone code.

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Scheduling posts in wordpress

Schedule posts publishing in WordPressFor some blogs it’s very important to frequently publish new posts, which normally requires regular attention to your blog..

With the little trick in this post, you can learn how to schedule when new posts are published, so you don’t have to manually publish all your posts.

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