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Make your website faster through our WordPress speed optimization services. We will get your WordPress website to load quickly in under 2 seconds!

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Optimize your website for speed to dramatically increase conversions

Is your website loading slowly, or has a poor score of 0 to 49? Your website pages are taking more than one to three seconds to load? Welcome to VOCSO, the leading website speed optimization company. We've optimized over 1000+ sites and can help make yours load lightning fast too! Our WordPress website Speed Optimization solutions can help you solve slow site problems, fix Core Web Vitals issues, and score higher (90+) in Google PageSpeed Insights.


Speed is critical in determining customer loyalty - if your site is slow, customers are less likely to return. 79% of online shoppers with a dissatisfying experience are less likely to buy from the same site again, and 64% would purchase from a different online store. Furthermore, businesses with slow websites are at a competitive disadvantage, as customers are more likely to take their business elsewhere. Customers expect websites to load quickly and efficiently in today's fast-paced world. Customer loyalty is essential to success, and we will work tirelessly to help our clients achieve their goals.
If you want to improve your website's ranking in the search engine results pages (SERPs), then you need to pay attention to its speed. That's because site speed is now a confirmed ranking signal by Google. In other words, if your website loads slowly, it could negatively impact your SEO efforts. But why is site speed a ranking signal? Google puts the user first, and slow load times often result in unhappy users. If users are dissatisfied with your site, they're less likely to visit it again or recommend it to others. To avoid these negative consequences, focus on speeding up your website. VOCSO can help you with that. We're a digital agency specializing in assisting businesses to improve their web presence. Our team of experts can analyze your site and recommend enhancing its speed and performance. Don't let a slow website drag down your SEO efforts.
Websites that load faster see higher conversion rates. That's because users are impatient and will likely leave a slow-loading site before they even have a chance to see what it has to offer. So if you want to increase your conversion rate, make sure your site loads as quickly as possible. Our team has years of experience optimizing website performance, and we're always looking for new ways to improve. We know that even a few seconds can make a difference in conversion rates. If you want to increase your conversion rate, make sure your website is as fast as possible.
By increasing the page speed of your WordPress website, you can deliver your content quickly and efficiently so that visitors have a positive experience from the first click. In today's competitive marketplace, making a good first impression is more important than ever. Studies show that website speed is a major factor in customer satisfaction, and VOCSO is committed to helping our clients deliver the best possible experience to their visitors. With our cutting-edge technology, we can help you load your content faster than ever before.
We all know that performance matters. A high-performing site engages and retains users better than a low-performing one. But what does that mean? For us, it means creating faster sites that improve the overall user experience. We want our users to have a positive experience from when they land on our site until they leave. And we know that speed is a major factor in that equation.That's why we're always focused on optimizing WordPress websites faster.

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Our WordPress Speed
Optimization Packages

We offer a variety of site speed optimization packages to help you improve your WordPress performance.
We can help you decrease your page load times, improve your server response times, and make other improvements to help your site run more smoothly.


Wordpress Speed Optimization Package


One Time Fee

  • 80+ Desktop Speed Score
  • 70+ Mobile Speed Score
  • A Grade on Gtmetrix
  • Upto 3 Secs Load Time on Gtmetrix
  • Passed Core Web Vitals Metrics
  • Same Design and Functionality
  • Detailed FREE Site Speed Audit Report
  • Delivery time 3 Days


Wordpress Speed Optimization Package


One Time Fee

  • 90+ Desktop Speed Score
  • 80+ Mobile Speed Score
  • A Grade on Gtmetrix
  • Upto 3 Secs Load Time on Gtmetrix
  • Passed Core Web Vitals Metrics
  • Same Design and Functionality
  • Detailed FREE Site Speed Audit Report
  • Delivery time 4 Days


Wordpress Speed Optimization Package


One Time Fee

  • 95+ Desktop Speed Score
  • 90+ Mobile Speed Score
  • A Grade on Gtmetrix
  • Upto 2 Secs Load Time on Gtmetrix
  • Passed Core Web Vitals Metrics
  • Same Design and Functionality
  • Detailed FREE Site Speed Audit Report
  • Delivery time 1 Week

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1First Contentful Paint

FCP measures how long the browser will render the first piece of DOM content after a user. This is an important metric for measuring a website's or web application's performance, as it can give insights into how quickly users can see and interact with content on a page. Several factors can impact FCP, such as the size and complexity of the DOM, the number of resources required to render the page, and the browser itself. See how to interpret your FCP score:


2First Meaningful Paint

The First Meaningful Paint (FMP) is the time it takes for a web page to render the first meaningful content from the server. It is an important metric for measuring the performance of a web page and its ability to deliver a good user experience.

Google uses several factors to determine the FMP of a web page, including the size of the network connection, the browser type, and the number of resources required to render the page. The FMP is also affected by how quickly the server responds to requests and how well it handles rendering resources.

See how to interpret your FMP score.


3Speed Index

The Speed Index measures how quickly content is visible during page load. It's an important metric for user experience since it directly impacts how users perceive the loading speed of a page.

Google measures the Speed Index by running a simulated page load in their WebPagetest tool. The Speed Index is the average time (in seconds) that visible content was displayed during the simulated page load.

A low-Speed Index score means that content was visible quickly during the page load, while a high score indicates that content was slow to become visible. The ideal Speed Index score is 0, meaning all content was immediately visible when the page loaded.

A low-Speed Index score indicates that users are likely to have a good experience on the site, while a high score suggests that there may be room for improvement.


4First CPU Idle

First, CPU Idle measures the time from when the page starts loading to when the CPU becomes idle. This metric is important because it tells you how long it takes for the page to become usable. A page is considered functional if it can respond to user input within 50 milliseconds.

If your web site's First CPU Idle time is too long, users have to wait longer for the page to become usable, leading to frustration and abandonment. There are a few ways to improve the First CPU Idle time:

  • Optimize your code so that less work is done on the main thread (this includes JavaScript execution, layout, and painting)

  • Use asynchronous methods wherever possible

  • Break up long-running tasks into smaller chunks, so they don't block the main thread


5Time to Interactive

Time to Interactive is one of the most important metrics for measuring the performance of a web page. It measures how long a page can become fully interactive and usable by the user.

There are a few different ways to measure Time to Interactive. Still, Google uses a specific method that measures the time from when the user begins interacting with the page (i.e., clicks or taps on something) to when the page becomes usable. This metric is important because it gives insight into how long it takes for a page to be ready for use after loading it.

A good Time to Interactive score is anything between 0 to 3.8 seconds. Anything over 7 seconds is generally considered poor. Pages with an insufficient Time to Interactive score are often unusable and frustrating for users, which can lead to them bouncing from the page entirely.


6Max Potential First Input Delay

Max Potential First Input Delay (PID) is the maximum delay between when a user first interacts with a page (i.e. clicks a link, taps on a button, etc.) and when the browser can respond to that interaction. This metric is important because it represents the max delay that users may experience when trying to interact with your page. A high Max Potential PID can indicate that your page needs to be faster to respond to user input, which can lead to frustration and a poor user experience.

As a general rule, PID values should be kept as low as possible while providing an acceptable level of responsiveness to the user. A PID value of 100 ms or less will be sufficient in most cases. However, applications with more demanding requirements may need to aim for a lower PID value, such as 50 ms or even 25 ms.

By improving your Max Potential PID, you can make your pages more responsive and improve the overall user experience.

How to interpret your Max Potential First Input Delay score:


7Total Blocking Time

Total Blocking Time (TBT) is the total time from when a page starts loading to when its main content is fully rendered. TBT is an important metric for measuring page performance and can be used to identify areas of improvement.


TBT is calculated by summing the time spent in each of the following stages:

  • Waiting for the HTML document to be received

  • Parsing the HTML document

  • Waiting for external resources (such as images, CSS, and JavaScript) to be received

  • Loading and executing external resources

  • External resources can significantly impact TBT, so it's important to optimize them as much as possible. In particular, you should:

  • Minimize the number of external resources

  • Serve external resources from a CDN

  • Use efficient caching policies for external resources

  • How to interpret your Total Blocking Time Score:

8Largest Contentful Paint

The largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is one of the key metrics for measuring page performance. It measures the time from when the page starts loading to when the largest element on the page has loaded. The larger the element, the longer it will take to load, so LCP is a good indicator of how long it takes for the user to see content on the page.


To improve LCP, you can:

  • Make sure that your largest elements are as small as possible.

  • Reduce the number of large elements on your page.

  • Load large elements progressively so that users can see some content while other content is still loading.

  • See how to interpret your LCP score:

Key Steps for Website Speed Performance
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A study by Google showed that 53% of mobile users would leave a site that takes longer than 3 seconds to load. You lose out on potential customers and conversions if your website isn't fast. We follow these key steps to optimize a website's speed.

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    1Run Tests on Your Site

    We all know how important website speed is. A slow site can cost you visitors, customers, and money. In our 1st step, we'll test your site speed and make sure everything is running smoothly. Many free tools are available online, like Google PageSpeed, Pingdom, or GTmetrix. But we mainly use the Google PageSpeed tool to test a website's speed performance. The results will show you where your site is slower than average and what might be causing the issue. From there, we'll take steps to fix the problem and get your site back up to speed!

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    2Look at What Matters

    After testing a website's speed, we look at the top factors slowing the website. Many factors, like images, CSS, JavaScript, server response times, multiple-page redirects, and videos, affect the rate. We list the factors that matter the most or discover what your website users are experiencing.

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    3Statement of Work

    After analyzing the causes of slow speed, we'll create a statement of work where we'll discuss opportunities to fix the issues—a quick overview of areas that can be improved. Suppose your business is growing and wants to be able to keep up with the demand. A statement of work will help you get your site back on track.

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    4Plan Selection

    Before starting the speed optimization work client will need to select one of our WordPress speed optimization plans. Our team at VOCSO will help you choose the right plan for your needs. We'll analyze your website and give you a personalized recommendation. We have different strategies for different budgets, so we'll make sure to find the perfect fit for you.

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    5Start Optimization

    Once we receive your WordPress speed optimization plan selection, our team will optimize your website speed. We consider several factors when working to improve your website's load time, including file size, image compression, and server response time. By improving these areas, we can help ensure that your website loads quickly and efficiently for all users.

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    6Optimization Report

    In this last step, we'll share the website speed optimization progress report with the client. We will share the website speed optimization progress report with the client regularly. The report will include the following information:

    • 01. The current loading speed of the website

    • 02. The average loading speed of the website over the past week

    • 03. The average loading speed of the website over the past month

    • 04. A list of all the steps that have been taken to improve the website's speed

    • 05. A list of all the recommended changes that should be made to improve the website's speed further

    • 06. An estimate of how long it will take to implement all of the recommended changes

    Our clients need to be well-informed about the progress of their projects.

  • experience speed optimization

    We have extensive experience in website speed optimization

    We've been helping businesses improve their website speed for years, and we have the knowledge and expertise to get the job done right.

  • constantly updating

    We're constantly updating our methods

    We stay up-to-date on all the latest speed optimization techniques and technologies to offer our clients the best possible service.

  • money-back-guarantee

    We offer a money-back guarantee

    If you're not happy with the results of our work, we'll give you your money back - no questions asked. This guarantees that you'll be satisfied with our services.

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    Guaranteed Results

    We are a team of experts who specialize in optimizing WordPress websites for speed. We have a proven track record of delivering results for our clients, and we are confident that we can do the same for you.

    Your website's speed is important for a number of reasons. That's where we come in. We will use our expertise to help you speed up your WordPress site so that it performs at its best. We guarantee that you will see results after working with us.

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    Focus on User-Centric Performance Metrics

    Our Core Web Vitals optimization service helps website owners and administrators optimize their sites for quality user experience. By measuring key web vitals, we can help identify opportunities for improvement and ensure that your site is providing the best possible experience for your visitors.

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    Data Security

    We care about your data security. That's why we have strict security protocols in place to ensure all your content and data are secure during the optimization process. You can rest assured that your website is in good hands with VOCSO.

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    Hybrid approach

    With our manual optimization methods, we are able to carefully examine your site and identify any potential bottlenecks. We then work on fixing those issues, ensuring that your site is running as smoothly as possible.

    At the same time, we also use automated tools to help with the optimization process. These tools allow us to quickly identify and fix any potential problems, without having to go through everything manually.

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    Advance Recommendations

    When you make sure your website speed score is Passed according to Google PageSpeed Insights tool, we recommend advanced speed boost suggestions to keep your WordPress website running at top speed in the future.

    • Optimize third-party scripts (ads, analytics, etc.).

    • Create a light 404 page.

    • Increase PHP workers.

    • Enable hotlink protection.

    • Disable WP-Cron.

frequently asked questions

By combining these tools, we can get a well-rounded picture of how our website performs and where we can continue improving.

1. Google Pagespeed Insights

Google Pagespeed Insights is a free tool that analyzes a website's performance and provides recommendations for improving it. The device is easy to use and provides actionable insights to help website owners improve their performance.

2. GTmetrix

GTmetrix is a free tool that analyzes your website's speed and performance. GTmetrix is a valuable tool for any website owner or developer who wants to ensure their site runs as efficiently as possible.

3. WebPageTest

WebPageTest is a free website performance and optimization testing tool. It tests your website's load time, response time, and other performance metrics. It also provides recommendations on how to improve your website's performance.

4. Lighthouse

Google Lighthouse is a great tool for auditing your website's performance, accessibility, and SEO. It's easy to use and provides valuable insights that can help you improve your site.

5. Chrome DevTools

DevTools is a set of tools that can be used to inspect, debug and edit code. It can be used to view the structure of an HTML document, identify the CSS rules that apply to an element and test Javascript code. DevTools can also be used to performance-test webpages and applications.

7. Search Console (Core Web Vitals Report)

The Core Web Vitals report in Search Console is a valuable tool for website owners and developers who want to improve their site's user experience. By monitoring the metrics in the news, you can identify areas where your site needs improvement and make changes to help improve the user experience.

8. Pingdom

Pingdom is one of the most popular website monitoring tools available. It is used by some of the largest companies in the world to keep track of their website's uptime and performance. Pingdom is a great tool for individuals and businesses who want to ensure their website runs smoothly and efficiently.

9. YSlow

YSlow is a great tool for optimizing your website's performance. It provides detailed information on what needs improvement and specific recommendations on how to fix it. Following the tips above, you can use YSlow to speed up your website and improve your user experience.

There are many reasons why website speed is important. The most obvious reason is that faster websites provide a better user experience. Nobody likes waiting for a slow website to load, and if your site is slow, visitors are likely to leave before they even see what you have to offer. In addition to providing a better user experience, faster websites rank higher in search engines. This is because search engines like Google use page speed as a ranking factor when determining where to place websites in search results.

So, if you want your website to be visible to potential customers, it's important to make sure it loads quickly. Finally, fast websites can help you save money on hosting and bandwidth costs. The faster your website loads, the less strain it will put on your server resources, and this can lead to lower hosting and bandwidth costs.

here are a variety of factors that can affect website speed. Here are some common ones:

1. The size and number of files that need to be loaded

2. How well is the server configured

3. Whether content is being cached properly

4. The complexity of the code

5. The use of third-party services

1. Eliminate render-blocking resources

2. Properly size images

3. Defer offscreen images

4. Minify CSS

5. Minify JavaScript

6. Remove unused CSS

7. Efficiently encode images

8. Serve images in modern formats

9. Enable text compression

10. Preconnect to required origins

11. Reduce server response times (TTFB)

12. Avoid multiple-page redirects

13. Preload key requests

14. Use video formats for animated content

15. Reduce the impact of third-party code

16. Avoid non-composited animations

17. Lazy load third-party resources with facades

There are several potential causes for slow site load time. The most common include:

Too much code: A website bogged down with too much HTML, CSS, and JavaScript can take longer to load. This is often the case with sites built with multiple layers of complex codings, such as those that use a lot of visual effects or animations.

Heavy images: Images can make a website look great, but they can also slow down if they need to be properly optimized. Large image files can take longer to load, so it's important to ensure that your images are in the right size and format.

Bad hosting: If your website is hosted on a shared server, it may be loading slowly because the server is overloaded. Upgrade to a dedicated server or a VPS to improve site speed.

Too many plugins: If you're using WordPress or another content management system, too many plugins can cause your site to load slowly. Try deactivating and deleting any unnecessary plugins.

You should optimize your WordPress website's performance for many reasons. You may notice that your pages are loading slowly or that your site is frequently crashing. Maybe you're receiving complaints from visitors about your site's speed, or you're unhappy with its overall performance.

Whatever the reason, optimizing your WordPress website's performance can have several benefits. Faster page load times can lead to improved user experience, lower bounce rates, and increased conversion rates. And if your site is frequently crashing, optimizing its performance can help stabilize it and prevent future issues.

Of course, there are several ways to optimize WordPress performance, and not all require professional services. However, working with a qualified WordPress speed optimization service can be a wise investment if you need more confidence in your ability to troubleshoot and fix performance issues.

1. WordPress speed is critical for two main reasons: user experience and search engine optimization (SEO).

2. If your WordPress site is slow, potential visitors may get frustrated and leave before seeing what you offer. This results in lost traffic and can hurt your brand's reputation.

3. Search engines like Google take website loading speed into account when determining where to rank your site in search results. So if your site is slow, you're likely missing out on valuable organic traffic and potential customers.

4. Optimizing your WordPress site for speed is important to avoid these issues. Otherwise, you risk losing traffic and harming your business.

When optimizing your WordPress site for speed, choosing a reputable service provider is important. Many companies out there claim to offer WordPress speed optimization services, but not all of them are created equal.

A reputable WordPress speed optimization company will have a track record of happy customers and will be able to show you before-and-after examples of sites they've optimized. They should also offer a money-back guarantee so that you can feel confident in their services.

In addition, a reputable WordPress speed optimization company will use only the best tools and techniques to optimize your site. They should be up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in WordPress speed optimization to always offer you the best possible service.

The answer to this question depends on a few factors, but the most important thing to consider is whether or not the company you're considering has a good reputation. If they have a lot of happy customers who have seen an improvement in their site's speed after using their services, then it's likely that they'll be able to help you as well. Another factor to consider is what exactly the company is offering. If they're promising results that seem too good to be true, then it's best to steer clear. A reputable company will be upfront about what their services can and can't do for your site.

It is a statistical fact that most of the users want to load the website in less than 2 seconds and it’s possible with a custom-designed website. With custom design, you get a clean optimized code, which is key to improving speed.

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