How to Get a Perfect PageSpeed Insights Score for WordPress

100 Up Hosting – How to Get a Perfect PageSpeed Insights Score for WordPress


How to Get a Perfect PageSpeed Insights Score for WordPress

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Learn how to get a Google PageSpeed Insights score of 100 (or pretty darn close to it) for your site, and make WordPress faster. Contrary to what you might think, this has very little to do with hosting. Rather, you must focus on reducing the size of your web pages by compressing images and eliminating unnecessary requests as well as caching and minifying your pages. In doing so, your website will run faster and web pages will load quicker.

Plugins:
• Cut the fat 👉 (use code TONYTEACHESTECH for 15% off any license)
• Cache pages 👉
• Compress images 👉

Theme:
• My absolute favorite WordPress theme 👉

Hosting:
• Cheap hosting with DreamHost 👉
• Premium hosting with Kinsta 👉
• LiteSpeed hosting with WPX 👉

Playlist links:
• Full Google PageSpeed Insights playlist:
• GeneratePress theme playlist:

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11 thoughts on “100 Up Hosting – How to Get a Perfect PageSpeed Insights Score for WordPress

  1. Whenever i installed w3 total cache, my site was hanging up. It was loading so bad that I had to remove it and install wp super cache.
    Does w3 total cache has some specific settings?
    I also use the smush to optimize images.
    I really have issues with speed.

  2. My website at LELB.net on WP has the 100 score on both LightHouse & GTmetrix. I use GeneratePress as the theme, but I use WP-Optimize as the all-in-one package for WP optimization. The number of requests is just 6 and page size is: 80 KiB. I think it's better to optimize images before uploading them, compared to using some further plugins. EWWW plugin is not recommended by me. I use this web-based service at https://imagecompressor.com/ to compress images before uploading them.

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