If you’re having trouble with your own WordPress site loading slowly, this is probably not the first post you’ve seen. Other articles will encourage you to get decent hosting and streamline your cache and site, but what precisely do these terms mean and how can you put them into practice? You’ll find answers to all of these advanced questions below, as well as information on what frequently goes wrong and how to fix it.
 Find a Good Web Hosting Provider: Because Godaddy and Hostgator oversell their services, they will cause your website to load slowly.
 Select a high-quality theme: You don’t have to pay for one; the WordPress library has dozens of wonderful fast-loading themes, such as Astra and any of the Catch Themes.
 Make sure your photographs and videos are the right sizes for what you’re going to use them for. If you upload a 3000 x 2000 image and the theme displays it at 600 x 400, your site will load slowly.
 Reduce and improve picture quality with an image optimization plugin like EWWW Optimizer or ShortPixel Optimizer, which won’t harm the visitor’s experience but will speed up your site.
 Install a solid cache plugin, such as WP Fastest Cache, then go over each setting individually. This will get your site back up to speed.
 Only use and activate the plugins that you truly require.
If you follow these steps, your WordPress website should rank in the upper 80s or 90s on Google’s Page Speed Index. The good news is that once you’ve done all of that, your website will continue to load swiftly.