I'd recommend entering your website's URL into the Shopify Analyzer. It's a free tool our team built to help discover optimization opportunities for your Shopify site.
The main things you'll likely want to look into doing are:
Those are some of the main actions you can pursue when trying to further optimize your store. We actually have an in-depth optimization guide if you'd like to check it out: How to Optimize a Shopify Site: Complete Guide to Faster Load Speed
If you'd like any help, feel free to reach out to our optimization team at speedboostr.com/contact. Best of luck!
Side note: A Speed Score of 33 is actually pretty good! We typically see Speed Scores range between 10-30, so you're doing better than most.
Kindly share your store URL so I can let you know further
A one-second delay in page load time yields:
11% fewer page views
16% decrease in customer satisfaction
7% loss in conversions
A few extra seconds could have a huge impact on your ability to engage visitors and make sales.
This means that having a fast site is essential not just for just google ranking but for keeping your bottom line profits high.
How to speed up your website in 2021
Minimize HTTP requests.
Minify and combine files.
Minimize time to first byte.
Reduce server response time.
Choose the right hosting option for your needs.
Run a compression audit. and so on.
Increase page scores to 80+ (mobile)
Increase page scores to 80+ (desktop)
Optimize front/back end
Eliminate render-blocking resources
Defer offscreen images
Remove unused CSS
Lazy load pages
If interested please feel free to let me know so I can optimize your website professionally. Thanks and Best Regards
I'm Richard, CRO Expert of the PageFly - Free Landing Page Builder. I would love to provide my recommendation for your store based on 5 years of providing solutions for about 100.000 active Shopify merchants.
First, you should provide your store URL so we can check, find out and give you recommendations.
However, there are some important things you can take a look at:
1. Optimize image loading times: it’s a process of delivering high-quality images in the right format, dimension, size, and resolution while keeping the smallest possible size. Optimized images load faster and consume less cellular data. Some online tools such as Shopify Online Image Resizer, tinypng.com or imagecompressor.com work fairly awesome.
2. Optimize front-end code
2.1 Convert your images to a next-gen format
The only downside of these next-gen formats is browser support is not universal for them. Check out these links below to see the current browser support for each format.
2.2 Minify files
Let’s start with reducing the size of each file and the total number of files. This task includes removing unnecessary formatting, whitespace and code.
2.3 Eliminate render-blocking resources
2.4 Defer unused CSS
To defer unused CSS, you can remove unused rules from stylesheets to reduce unnecessary bytes consumed by network activity.
Prioritize above-the-fold content (lazy loading)
Sometimes, you can improve user experience by having your above-the-fold (top of the page) load faster — even if the rest of the page takes a few seconds to load. This is called lazy loading and particularly helpful for pages with lots of content below the fold. PageFly does provide this in-app function so you can give it a try.
And finally, Don’t forget Google Indexing after
To ensure Google crawls your page and recognizes the changes you’ve made, request indexing using Google Search Console for your website. The sooner Google indexes your site, the better. Speeding up your website may help your Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs).
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Richard - PageFly