SEO wordpress switch to Joomla web?

by joeyJr
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I am using the web, that is wordpress but its speed of page loading seems too slow! I want to move through the Joomla of the session, then it was okay?
Page download speed greatly affected the ranking right? I'm so worried!
Please giude me!
#joomla #seo #switch #web #wordpress
  • Profile picture of the author mathompson
    Originally Posted by joeyJr View Post

    I am using the web, that is wordpress but its speed of page loading seems too slow! I want to move through the Joomla of the session, then it was okay?
    Page download speed greatly affected the ranking right? I'm so worried!
    Please giude me!
    so many people use wordpress for their site
    speed download is ok. you do not worry about it
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  • Profile picture of the author nettiapina
    Originally Posted by joeyJr View Post

    I am using the web, that is wordpress but its speed of page loading seems too slow! I want to move through the Joomla of the session, then it was okay?
    You could also try to install a cache plugin, or switch to faster hosting. I'm not sure if Joomla itself will help that much, and rebuilding a site just for this reason seems a bit too drastic for me.

    Originally Posted by joeyJr View Post

    Page download speed greatly affected the ranking right? I'm so worried!
    Please giude me!
    Not really, unless your site is very slow. But I'm talking about 10+ second page loads. If your site is reasonably snappy it seems to make no difference.
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    What's your excuse?
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  • Profile picture of the author joeyJr
    I thank you for helping me! I was less worried more! I understand about SEO!
    Thank again!
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  • Profile picture of the author fahadkhan14
    Wordpress is considered to be the best for SEO purpose. Did you try to know why the speed of your page is slow? Are you using too much images or flash on your website or is there any other reason for slow page loading? Kindly find out and solve.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tim Dini
    The Wordress expert I recommend is Yoast, and you'll discovery a treasure trove of free information on his website here: https://yoast.com/
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  • Profile picture of the author MattXL
    Hi Joey,

    Sign up for Cloudflare. It's what's called a CDN (content delivery network). It will help improve the speed and security of your site. It also provides minification, which compresses your site's code so it loads faster.

    https://www.cloudflare.com/features-cdn/

    Compressing your site's images will also help with speed: Joomla has a free one called Imgen. WP Smush or EWWW work well for Wordpress.

    Best,
    Matt
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    • Profile picture of the author joeyJr
      Originally Posted by MattXL View Post

      Hi Joey,

      Sign up for Cloudflare. It's what's called a CDN (content delivery network). It will help improve the speed and security of your site. It also provides minification, which compresses your site's code so it loads faster.

      https://www.cloudflare.com/features-cdn/

      Compressing your site's images will also help with speed: Joomla has a free one called Imgen. WP Smush or EWWW work well for Wordpress.

      Best,
      Matt
      Good Idea! I try it!
      THank Matt very much!
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  • Profile picture of the author emodafinil
    I am using Joomla version 1.5.26 and i want to transfer my content to WordPress without losing the current SEO of the joomla website. I also want to keep the domain that i am using at the moment. To be more specific i just want to keep the SEO of just 2 articles that bring the most organic traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author emodafinil
    Once you have imported all your content from Joomla into WordPress, the next step is to fix all broken internal links. Scroll down to the bottom of the Joomla (FG) importer page and click on Modify internal links button.
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  • Profile picture of the author anhvu
    Originally Posted by joeyJr View Post

    I am using the web, that is wordpress but its speed of page loading seems too slow! I want to move through the Joomla of the session, then it was okay?
    Page download speed greatly affected the ranking right? I'm so worried!
    Please giude me!
    No one makes sure that Joomla is better. Because most of people using wordpress and it's fine.
    Using a good hosting is best way to improve your website's speed. In addition, you can follow these tips to improve the speed of your site: How To Speed Up WordPress Load Times
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  • Profile picture of the author vovanfree
    Hi joeyJr, OMG do this NOT joomla is the hell in SEO. For WORDPRESS Not all theme are the same, some are very slow other themes are lighting fast. But also there if you want get all out of this plugin need some manual changelings. When you use a theme I can provide its mobile friendly and out of the box lighting fast, you get a 96 at pingdom, right out the box, its ectra build for that!! Ask me if you want get more info about.
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