You still trying to get your pagespeed to around 85 out of 100 at least or higher? Are you not that tech savvy and not sure about modifying coding or just don’t know how to enable gzip or other various functions that will help your PageSpeed? SubmitEdge does actually have a pagespeed service. If you have lived under a rock for the past year or two, Pagespeed according to Google is one of the many important factors all website owners must work on. I’m pretty much sure by now that you have used Google’s very own pagespeed testing tool. My favorite pagespeed tool is GTmetrix. After you run your website through one of the pagespeed sites I linked you to, now what do you do next? Do you understand how to fix all those suggestions? I still have no clue about how to fix some of these myself but I will slowly teach myself how to.
I’d say let the pro’s handle your pagespeed problem. Now this service is not cheap at all folks. It’s not like you edit a few lines of code and BAM, you have a 90 out of 100 for pagespeed. SubmitEdge’s pagespeed service price ranges from $149 to $400. Now don’t pass out from reading those price tags, it’s well worth it in the long run. You have to think about your visitors. You want them to have a great experience on your website or blog and the pagespeed is a big reason in keeping them on your site longer. Not everyone has a high-speed internet connection as in some parts of the world, they still have dial-up or slow internet connections because of old technology. If your site has a ton of images on it and your pagespeed score is about 75 or below out of 100, you won’t be getting too much loyal traffic from that part of the country. Heck, the bad pagespeed could be because of poor coding for all I know. Give your user’s a good experience and make this investment in achieving a higher pagespeed score. You can then brag about your high pagespeed score to your friends or mention this when you sell your site, might help with the price a tiny bit.
SubmitEdge main features of this service: (Note, more service maybe performed depending on the website)
- Cut down on the HTTP requests to your server
- Efficient content delivery network (Known as CDN)
- Cache-Control header – will help the browsers read the richer web pages faster and without any delay
- Style sheet compression
- Reduce Pagesize
- Caching of AJAX Files
- Configure Etags
Note, you could use the W3 Total cache plugin for WordPress which does a lot of these already but if you don’t setup the plugin correctly, it will affect the performance of your blog even more. You need to know a few server settings to be able to set up the plugin correctly. I have this plugin installed but my web host set it up because they know the server specs of course. I Still want to get my 85 out of 100 higher though. Eventually, I’ll fix this myself without editing the plugin. If you don’t want to mess with plugins and rather pay an expert to do this then SubmitEdge’s pagespeed service will impress you for sure.
If you used this service before, please provide a full review in the comment box below. Also feel free to mention your pagespeed score and how you achieved this if you didn’t user their service. Might help out some visitors who land on this blog post if you share a few secrets.