Nobody can give you a figure out of the blue I need to check the website, do a
I need to check the website, do a preliminary diagnosis to see what can be improved. I might have a broad idea about the speed gain by then, but it remains theoretical until all the optimizations are done safely.
My average loading speed after I do my job is between 1s to 2s. I can usually push it > 1s when the environment and the page size is right.
One thing is sure, though: you will get the maximum speed possible on your specific case.
7 days max. Or 3 days for a fast delivery (an additional $75 is required).
I do provide add-ons to my WordPress optimization and speedup service, like:
Using them is not mandatory but it helps get more speed and faster loading time.
The only possible scenario where you can experience that is when your web server underperforms for any given reason. This is beyond my reach unless you are hosting on a VPS or a Dedicated server.
Expect to see that on shared hosting or OpenVZ VPS environment.
Stop by my WordPress hosting extended guides to learn more about your options to host WordPress, including their pros and cons, and my recommendations.
It won’t impact the optimized pages and posts.
Your new content might require optimization to speed up their individual pages. It’s not mandatory for a regular use-case scenario (blogging, building regular pages).
Reach out to email@example.com if you need an ongoing optimization subscription. I can drop by a couple of times a week to check and speed up your new content and to make sure it loads at its fullest speed possible.
You will need to order the cleanup service.
Make the following information available:
Hosting service login/password.
There will be a score increase, but I don’t guarantee that.
Google Pagespeed Insight and Pingdom score website using a theoretical formula that can’t be done in real-world, unless you build a custom theme fully respecting their requirements.
You can have better vanity scores using Google Speed optimized themes like Jupiter.
A good example of unrealistic optimization requested by Google Speed is deferring scripts. If it’s not done by the theme author from the get-go, any attempt of forcing it will risk breaking the website.
Another example is compression and optimizing pictures. Scores are built for maximum compress possible which deteriorates the pictures’ visual quality. A wiser choice is to optimize picture to their maximum lossless-quality. We can’t make a picture look pixelated just for the sake of a score
On another level, it’s pointless to work on vanity scores as they don’t add any value to the website. People assume that good scores with get them better ranking. I’m sorry to say that scores don’t help in ranking or SEO in any way But a better speed does!