Level 2 Optimization
The Level 2 package is our most popular package. It’s focus is to optimize your website without rebuilding it or changing your web host. Regardless of whether your site is a personal or professional blog, small business, or something more complex like an e-commerce site, this is most likely the correct package for you.
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Congratulations on deciding to optimize your site. This is the first or possibly last step in enhancing your SEO. Speed is a significant factor in ranking high in search engines, especially Google. The faster, better optimized, and better "consumer-friendly" site will always win the race. If you're ready to cross that finish line, let's get started.
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Our speed optimizations work across all platforms, and you will notice the impact on mobile as well. Since mobile accounts for over 50% of the browsing in North America, we make mobile rendering speed a high priority.
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We developed our optimization packages to help your site deliver on performance. We aim to provide a 2-3s minimum site load time even with our Level 1 Optimization. However, factors like poor quality hosting or third-party scripts can hinder that. If your host is under-powered or spreads its resources too thin, the impact will typically be noticeable. For example, it’s very common for an optimized site to take more than 4 seconds to load on a poor-quality host. This same site may load in under 2 seconds on a high-quality host. With this considered, if you’re looking to get the most speed out of your site, you may want to be open-minded when it comes to committing to hosting and other 3rd party providers. If you want to max out your site’s performance and are willing to change your hosting infrastructure, you may want to consider migrating as an option.
When a visitor visits your site, their browser demands the attention of your server. With smaller or lower traffic websites, most servers can handle the requests with little to no issues. However, as your site grows, it’s going to demand more power to keep up with all its visitors. This is where the benefits of a CDN come in. When your site gets overloaded with requests, basic traffic can be handed off to a more specialized service like a CDN. Meanwhile, more complex traffic such as checkout pages are handled by your server without the additional load