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  • #931227
    aziz

    Hi team

    recently I changed to GP, I did the transfer mysel ( did it live , without any staging..)

    I have noticed the site getting slow both in mobile ( https://prnt.sc/o2j79n )
    And desktop ( https://prnt.sc/o2j7kl ) as per google speed test, which affected the indexing as well.

    Can you assist what went wrong?

    I’m using WP rocket and Compress JPEG and PNG images plugin.

    please help me here as my ranking is dropping dramatically.

    Aziz
    site for reference :
    https://www.emarketinghacks.com

    #931450
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    If you run your site through a tool like Pingdom, you’ll see you have over 100 requests: https://tools.pingdom.com/#5ad849bf90400000

    You’re loading over 500kb from YouTube, 279kb from Google Fonts and 192kb from Google Ads.

    The first thing you’ll want to do is bring those numbers way down.

    You may also want to look at your hosting, as the wait time for tiny files is pretty ridiculous. Is your server running PHP 7?

    #931457
    aziz

    Hi Tom ,

    I can confirm the site is running under PHP 7.0 right now indeed.

    I used gtmetrix and google for testing

    Aziz

    #931472
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    In that case, I would try to figure out why Pingdom is reporting so many requests to places like Google Fonts, Youtube and Google Adsense. I don’t actually see any videos on your page, so the 500kb+ being pulled from YouTube doesn’t make any sense.

    You may need to disable all of your plugins and re-construct things bit by bit while testing using Pingdom (or GT Metrix) to find the root cause.

    #931506
    aziz

    hi Tom ,

    thanks for the follow-up.

    I will try to do that, and this is what I got from the hosting, for your info.

    aziz

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    I have reviewed the speed of the website – https://www.emarketinghacks.com and check it via curl command. I was able to find that the website in browser is loading for 0.31 seconds and here is the results:

    Code:
    stefankaaleksieva@Stefanka-Aleksieva:~$ curl -o /dev/null -w “Connect: %{time_connect} TTFB: %{time_starttransfer} Total time: %{time_total} \n” https://www.emarketinghacks.com
    % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current
    Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed
    100 192k 0 192k 0 0 621k 0 –:–:– –:–:– –:–:– 620k
    Connect: 0.041583 TTFB: 0.230318 Total time: 0.310490

    hat’s why I got some detail information via WP Cli Commands. I checked loading time for the WordPress website and I found that the template – which including the WordPress theme is loading slower. You could confirm it via the information below:

    Code:
    emarket3@it29 [~/public_html]# wp profile stage
    +———–+———+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+—————–+
    | stage | time | query_tim | query_cou | cache_rat | cache_hit | cache_mis | hook_time | hook_coun | request_t | request_count |
    | | | e | nt | io | s | ses | | t | ime | |
    +———–+———+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+—————–+
    | bootstrap | 0.411s | 0.022s | 25 | 94.63% | 793 | 45 | 0.1542s | 6010 | 0s | 0 |
    | main_quer | 0.0259s | 0.0035s | 39 | 91.04% | 488 | 48 | 0.0213s | 1246 | 0s | 0 |
    | y | | | | | | | | | | |
    | template | 0.2877s | 0.0091s | 47 | 95.23% | 5845 | 293 | 0.2742s | 19354 | 0s | 0 |
    +———–+———+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+—————–+
    | total (3) | 0.7245s | 0.0345s | 111 | 93.63% | 7126 | 386 | 0.4496s | 26610 | 0s | 0 |
    +———–+———+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+———–+—————–+

    Keep in mind that the normal value of the parameter is 0.00x. In addition, I have reviewed the plugins and the loading time for them. I found that there are some plugins which loading slower:

    Code:
    emarket3@it29 [~/public_html]# wp profile hook plugins_loaded –fields=callback,time,location –spotlight

    +————————+———+——————————————+
    | callback | time | location |
    +————————+———+——————————————+
    | Social_Warfare->init() | 0.0117s | social-warfare/lib/Social_Warfare.php:41 |
    | rocket_init() | 0.0291s | wp-rocket/inc/main.php:14 |
    | wpseo_init() | 0.029s | wordpress-seo/wp-seo-main.php:293 |
    +————————+———+——————————————+
    | total (3) | 0.0698s | |
    +————————+———+——————————————+

    In order to improve the speed of your website, I would recommend optimizing the PHP scripts your website executes and removing any inactive plugins as well. Despite some plugins being inactive, their libraries are still loaded on every script execution, which might also slow down the execution of certain PHP scripts. You could also update the outdates WordPress plugins and themes with the latest version which also might increase the website speed.

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