Now that the benefits of using WordPress have been pointed out and some of you may have created a WordPress blog, we would like to tell you about these extremely helpful plugins which will make your blog work even more amazingly.
This plugin comes with a great set of features, balanced with ease of use. Just install, activate and run through the settings. Then hit save and you’re ready to go. And it gets better, because this plugin is used by over 200,000 people and receives great reviews on WordPress.org.
W3 Total Cache plugin is one of the most widely used in WordPress. Caching is well used to further lighten the work of a website in retrieving and displaying information ordered. With the W3 Total Cache plugin we could easily get reduced page load time and improvement in user experience and Search Engine Optimization.Trusted by many popular sites including: AT&T, Mashable, Smashing Magazine, WPBeginner, and millions others.
As we know, GTMetrix has a function to monitor how quickly our website when accessed. With GTMetrix we can analyze the performance of our website. Starting from the time of opening, the page size to the number of requests and links the complete report. With GTMetrix Plugin for WordPress, you can add this plugin API in your website. And monitor daily, weekly, or monthly. GTMetrix can be directly installed on your WordPress dashboard.
This is especially for blog that accommodate a lot of images. The idea is to load images and other related resources when the user is closer to the viewport during scrolling. It offers support for images, thumbnails, iframes, Gravatar images and much more. By using this plugin, your visitors can load the images and iframes in a shorter time.
WP-Optimize is WordPress’s most-installed optimization plugin. With it, you can clean up your database easily and safely, without manual queries or using PhpMyAdmin. Removing all this unnecessary data can significantly reduce your database size which speeds up your backup process and can add minor performance improvements as well.
But what do you think? What plugins or tools do you use on your site, if any? Is it a priority for you? Or do you achieve better site speed through other methods? In any case, I’d love to hear your input so feel free to comment below!