Cloudflare APO Review – 3 CDN features it always needed

Cloudflare APO is very new but super important. This Cloudflare APO review is all about how it will impact the delivery of WordPress sites from its CDN. If you are using both Cloudflare and WordPress, this is going to get your attention. It is now possible for WordPress sites to fully take advantage of Cloudflare’s…

QUIC.cloud vs Cloudflare – 5 key differences

The feud of QUIC.cloud vs Cloudflare has already begun especially after the release of Cloudflare APO. This makes the competition even stronger. The choice is going to be difficult but worthwhile in the end. Keep reading to find out the winner specifically for you. If I was making a comparison between QUIC.cloud and Cloudflare without…

QUIC.cloud Review – 6 features for a complete solution

As expected, QUIC.cloud has already started gaining popularity among WordPress users. It may be new but not to be overlooked. This QUIC.cloud review is all about that. Why it is becoming so popular in so little time and why you need to start considering it immediately. What is QUIC.cloud? QUIC.cloud is a reverse proxy CDN…

Stop Using Cloudflare CDN for Low Traffic Websites

Cloudflare surely is amongst the best CDN providers. But for websites with low traffic/visitors, Cloudflare CDN isn’t always the best idea. And by low traffic, I mean less than a few thousand visitors per month. I know that they have an awesome CDN which is also free. But for a low traffic website, you can…

Why Is There Gap in Waterfall Chart and how to Resolve It?

You may be surprised to see a big gap in waterfall charts of GTmetrix, Pingdom, KeyCDN, or other website speed testing tools. Those gaps don’t exactly tell whether your site has any issues. Some of these gap time is normal but some aren’t which means your site needs improvement. What Do the Gaps in Waterfall…

What Is Web Hosting – 4 types of web hosting

Shared Hosting Shared hosting is a website hosting solution where the same physical web server is used by many users to store a lot of websites. In shared hosting, web hosting providers sell the same physical resources like the RAM, storage, and CPU to many users. Therefore no one has exclusive controls over the server…

Wix vs WordPress – a choice you can miss

Are you trying to decide between Wix and WordPress for creating your website? If the answer is yes, keep reading to find out which one is the best option for your specific needs. WordPress and Wix are two totally separate platforms for building websites but there is a tough battle between them. Wix is easier…

Wix Review 2021- here is my experience with it

I often find that my clients are undecided about whether they want to build their website with Wix or not. And it is because they don’t have complete information about the capabilities of Wix. This is also true for a lot of people who find it difficult to figure out if Wix is the right…

Why Website Speed Is Important? – 6 ultimate reasons

The main reason why website speed is important is that website visitors are very fast at leaving websites that take over a second to load. Visitors expect websites to load very fast and they are ready to leave fast if your website doesn’t load even faster. It is either your website or them, your choice….