Getting your head around what to do first, when it comes to your website’s performance, is a daunting process. Everyone values time a little differently and, consequently, sees things with wildly different expectations.
Learn how to direct the majority of your efforts towards your best bet - your audience - and you will be rewarded.
Your content (pages, stories, photos, videos) is getting a life of its own. Your readers are increasingly all‐mobile, as they are trying to make sense and find balance in a continuously noisy world, through apps that curate or gather content from various sources.
Discover how to shape it to live up to its full potential.
WordPress has no intrinsic advantage when it comes to performance, and no secret sauce. You just have a wide range of possibilities, more so than in pretty much any other open-source ecosystem.
But, with many possibilities come plenty of headaches. Learn how to explore them wisely.
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Hi, I'm Vlad, chief technologist at Pixelgrade.
I believe my long experience with the web in general, and with WordPress specifically, coupled with the in-depth technical know-how of how things work, allow me to speak with confidence.
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I have been involved with computers since I was nine (25 years ago) and I’ve genuinely enjoyed it ever since. I enjoy teaching and helping others reach their full potential through the transfer of knowledge and experience. Enjoy it, mate!
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