Below are just some of the ways we’ll work to help you achieve maximum speed from your WordPress installation. Every installation has variables that need to be accounted for to achieve blazing speeds. We’ll only take on SpeedBoosts in which a noticeable speed jump is more than possible. If we don’t think we can help you … we won’t take your pennies!
Statistics show that the main reason for a visitor bouncing from your website is having to wait for page loads. You may notice that a one-fast website is suddenly slow. You may notice that only certain pages cause loading issues. We can help diagnose and correct every area of WordPress that causes loading issues. Let’s bring your site back to optimum speed!
Some important things to be aware of prior to booking this service.
We can only give an estimate of turnaround time after we’ve been made aware of your speed issues and had a chance to at least gloss-over both your WordPress and Hosting account statuses. Average turnaround times are anything between two working days and five depending on the complexity of the issue.
Like the above answer, we simply cannot be specific with this question as every installation/hosting package is different and therefore will require majorly different time and effort. As a ball-park figure, our prices start from £149. We offer an all-in service for £199.
If, for some reason, you’re intent on sticking with an ancient version of PHP [5.2 or so] alongside an ancient version of WP – It’s unlikely you’ll notice a dazzling upgrade in speed. We appreciate people are stuck on old hosting configurations … that’s why you should switch everything over to SugarWires!
Not unless you drastically change your website [theme & plugins]. All of the changes we make will remain until you or somebody else changes them. The only thing to remember is that WordPress is constantly evolving framework and we have no personal control on that.
As this is a digital service that requires a lot of time and energy to complete, we do not offer refunds on this service. 99% of websites we’ve been hired to ‘speed up’ have noticed a massive change.