Have you ever come across a site just to find that it loads slow? Has a client come to you complaining about your site and you’ve struggled to find out why it’s slow? What if I told you there was more to optimizing a site than just installing (or uninstalling) plugins?
Would you be interested in seeing how you can optimize a site for speed without just installing a plugin? You could easily turn this into a service you could offer your clients.
Website speed is imperative to the success of you and your client’s business. In fact if your site doesn’t load within 2.7 seconds, you are losing site visitors and that means losing potential clients.
The last thing you want to do is lose potential revenue for your clients. This course is designed to give you actionable tips and tricks, to help you not only ensure your site is optimized and loading fast when you deliver it to your clients, but also a way to allow you to offer an optimization service to your clients.
Understand what is preventing your site from being faster.
Look at what optimizations you should put on any website out there.
What tools you should look at to help determine where you should maximize your time optimizing your site.
Simple tips and tricks to setting up WordPress correctly.
Finally, we’ll go through some examples of turning slow sites into faster sites by taking all that we’ve learned throughout the course and putting it into action for you to see.
Nathan Ingram has been a freelance web developer since 1995. In 2014, Nathan began coaching other freelance web developers individually and in groups to help them become more profitable and productive. Nathan is also Host at iThemes Training where he has been teaching WordPress and freelance business development live via webinar since 2012.
AJ has spent 10 years developing, launching and maintaining WordPress websites. Using a number of development processes and tactics over the years, AJ is ready to share with you his preferred process, perfected over the years. He’ll share with you a number of new ways to think about WordPress development, as well as share some old favorites from the previous WordPress Developer Course.
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