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Facing Speed issue for my online store need your suggestion?
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Message # 1 | 3:00 PM
Hi Everyone,

I am running an ecommerce sites which are built on WordPress + WooCommerce. Everything is working fine, but as my store is scaling and as I am adding more products to my store - my website seems lagging.
Now, I am considering to switch my store shared to managed services. I have got several suggestions, but as a newbie I am not sure which one should I go for? I have three hosting providers as suggested by my colleagues.


So, What thing should I consider before moving to any of these providers can any one suggest?
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Message # 2 | 3:19 PM
johncampbaillsp, if I were in your shoes, I'd personally set up a very own server or VPS. It does involve some technical skills, but there are lots of tutorials online that can be helpful. While a VPS is often than shared hosting, it has many advantages - you have total control over pretty much everything and you don't have to share resources with any other customers.

Hetzner offers high quality servers if you're looking for a European host: https://www.hetzner.com/cloud
For most other cases, I'd recommend choosing DigitalOcean: https://www.digitalocean.com/

I'd also look into using services such as CloudFlare for fast content delivery. It's a CDN service, which means it caches your site's content and distributes it evenly over a wide array of servers from different locations, thus making it faster for your customers. https://www.cloudflare.com/

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Message # 3 | 10:42 AM
if you are facing a slow site then it can be the reason that you are using slow hosting may be shared hosting. you need to host decent hosting that provides perfect speed with a high uptime ratio this will definitely help in your loading speed. and some other reasons are Your image sizes are not optimized you have to optimize them properly because mages represent 50% of the loading time of a website. also if You’re using a bad theme then it will also affect your website loading time these are some points that indicate your slow site facing issues.

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Added (2022-10-17, 10:57 AM)
if you are facing a slow website speed for your e-commerce website then it can cause many problems. there are several reasons for facing slow website issues. maybe your web hosting is shared hosting that doesn't support high traffic and Page speed measures the time it takes the content on a URL to load Improve. Your Ecommerce Site Performance & Speed needs some more advanced features web server like a Virtual Private server. it can help to gain high traffic easily but not only web hosting matters here are some points that indicate how you can improve your website speed:-
01. Use fast and reliable hosting
02. Use a content delivery network (CDN)
03. Organize your tracking with Google Tag Manager
04. Unblock the browser from parser-blocking scripts
05. Prioritize testing to optimize your mobile performance

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Message # 4 | 11:31 PM
How to 03. "Google Tag Manager tracking code" to Ucoz
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Message # 5 | 7:52 AM
Hello everyone,

I'm currently operating an ecommerce Shoes website url=https://shoesinquiry.com/kizik-shoes-review/]shoesinquiry[/url] built on WordPress + WooCommerce, and while everything has been running smoothly, I've encountered performance issues as my store continues to grow and I add more products. To address this, I'm contemplating the switch from shared hosting to managed hosting services. I've received several recommendations from colleagues, and I have three hosting providers in mind:

A2 Hosting
As a newbie in this area, I'm uncertain about which provider to choose. Can anyone offer guidance on the factors I should consider before making a decision? Your insights would be greatly appreciated.
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Message # 6 | 8:31 PM
johncampbaillsp, There is a lot of web hosting services. If you need a list of them leave me a message.

Added (2023-10-02, 11:29 PM)

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A2 Hosting

From your list i only recommend SiteGround.
You need to have a big site if you want to purchase a monthly subscription.

My recommendation is FlokiNET - https://billing.flokinet.is/aff.php?aff=195

Register your website with uCoz - http://www.ucoz.net/register?pguid=515802799
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