Speed Up Joomla Site
Our experts will use the best Techniques to speed up the Joomla website
and optimize the page speed, the price is $299
Increase in website speed directly
affects your conversion rate
Website speed is a key area for website development and profitable e-commerce.
A faster page speed can significantly improve your ranking and bring in more organic traffic.
customers expect a website to load in 2 seconds or less.
users leave the page if the page load time exceeds 3 seconds.
mobile users leave a site which takes more than 3 seconds to load.
conversion reduction for every 1 second delay in page load.
How can we speed up your website?
In order to speed up the Joomla site, we choose to optimize discrete components, including:
We Will Boost Your Joomla Site Speed
Our experts will use Best Techniques to speed up your Joomla site and optimize page speed for a price of $299
Is it worth taking the time to optimize website speed?
First of all, you need to understand that website speed optimization is a very time-consuming process, and some of the methods mentioned in this article will take a lot of time to implement.
So now you should probably ask yourself if it is worth the time.
Our team of experts has spent several years analyzing which indicators benefit the highest-rated websites in search engines and have come up with their own list, which will be used to optimize the speed and ranking of your website.
It is worth mentioning that if you run a company, it is recommended that you take all necessary steps to optimize your website, as it will directly affect your business.
Best Performance Score on
Insights & GTmetrix
Speed is an important factor that must be considered for improving SEO.
Good Speed means more conversions, so increasing user satisfaction increases sales. It also changes the way Google values your website. We make your website’s Google PageSpeed Insights and GTmetrix scores as high as possible.
So now, how does the web page load?
At first, when the user opens a browser and enters the URL, a DNS request is sent from the end.
Once the name server or the host for the domain is found, it requests the host and the files are sent back to the browser.
DOM requests other resources from the server to run everything correctly. This is where everything starts to go downhill and eventually causes your website to load very slowly.
This short description may have helped you get some ideas on what you can do to improve your site.