These are real testimonials from real business websites (pulled mainly from our Google Maps listing) using a variety of plugins, themes and hosting providers.
A lot of speed results you see around the web are where sites have had nearly all images and other elements on the page removed in order to achieve their fast load times. We don’t do any of that nonsense.
Our focus today is not on guaranteeing Google Pagespeed Scores, it’s on real world improvements that are reflected in Google’s Core Web Vitals Metrics – a set a site speed standards that Google formalized in 2021.
The number one goal for any business focusing on site speed should be passing Google’s Core Web Vitals metrics – speed test tool results mean nothing if you’re failing these tests!
If you want to see what your own Core Web Vitals scores look like right now, click here to create a Core Web Vitals Report for your site or alternatively, check the Page Experience tab in Google Search Console
If we’re talking raw speed metrics, in an ideal world we want our speed timings looking something like below which reflect a “good” score in Google’s Core Web Vitals:
-TTFB 0.1-0.2 seconds in the country where the site is hosted, 0.2-0.5 internationally (article here on how to reduce TTFB)
-FCP at or under 1.8 seconds (article on reducing FCP here)
-LCP under 2.5 seconds for 75% of your visitors (post on how to reduce LCP here)
-CLS under 0.1, this isn’t a speed or time, this is a computed metric.
If you want to check where your metrics sit right now, try our FREE AI Powered WordPress Speed test – no optin required and it takes about 90 seconds to run a test.
WP Speed Fix Reviews
These are real testimonials from real business websites pulled mainly from our Google Maps listing.