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How to increase page speed of shopify store?

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My store page speed is not good. I want to increase its speed just like sepco bill. Would you please suggest me any tool to optimze its speed?

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Shopify Partner
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You can use the app to boost your store speed.

or you have to optimize your images, content files.

you have to remove un-relevant content from your site.

check out this app


Shopify Partner
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Hello soophiii ,

You need to work on your website performance’s speed. Low mobile page speed may kill your traffic and affect your conversion.

In order to Improve website speed we need to:
- Remove unnecessary code on a high priority basis.
- Compressed images or Defer offscreen images.
- Web Pages need to be Minified.
- Reduce JavaScript execution time
- Minimize main-thread work
- Beware of excessive liquid loops
- Decrease thumbnail image size
- Weigh the benefits of installing another app

By fixing these issues, your website speed score can definitely improve. For more details please check and select the plan you wish to select -

If anything is missed out or unclear then don't hesitate to ask
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Shopify Expert
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@soophiii I have a few resources and suggestions for you:

1) The tools my team uses (, Shopify optimization focused team) are:

Shopify Analyzer to see what can be optimized on your site, plus a scoring system based on over 1,000 Shopify sites we've optimized. We built the tool as a free resource for the community.

- to measure load speed, number of requests, and page weight. Especially useful for before / after benchmarks when you're doing an optimization project. We've found this tool to be the most reliable measurement for load speed.

- Pingdom to see an overview of resources from various domains + a waterfall view to identify bottlenecks in your page load.

2) I recommend starting by running your site through the Shopify Analyzer, that will give you a quick and easy view of the most important aspects for optimizing your Shopify site. From there, if you still feel your site is slow you can have a developer implement more advanced tactics like app optimization (conditional loading, removing old app code, coding features directly into your theme).

3) There's not an app that will handle all optimization aspects, you need a human to do it well. There are some helps that can help assist, like image compression apps (here's how to compress images by the way, both manually or with an app:

Lastly, beware of the poster in this thread oscprofessionals. They've been caught stealing, being unethical, and breaking Shopify terms of service on multiple occasions (reference:

Good luck on your project. If you need professional help feel free to contact my team at Our developers optimize Shopify sites every day.

• Creator of Order Automator (automation app to save you and your team time on admin tasks)
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Here are the effective ways you can use to improve your Page Speed and increase your website revenue.

  • Optimize Images: You don’t have to remove all the images from your website to improve page speed, but make sure you optimize them. One of the things you should have in check is the format you use for your images. Image optimization means reducing the file size without losing quality. The simplest and most effective way to do this is to compress the images before uploading them to your website.
  • Optimize Server Response Time: There are several things you need to check when optimizing your server response time. This includes the volume of your site traffic, the elements used for each page, and even your web hosting platform. Performing an in-depth site audit is the best way to identify these performance roadblocks. 
  • Include the Trailing Slash: Omitting the trailing slash on links pointing to your website, whether from external sources or within your website, harms speed.  By omitting the Slash, you are forcing the server to remove an unnecessary ‘301 Redirect’. 
  • Enable Compression: Enabling compression can significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to download your HTML, CSS, JavaScript files because they are downloaded as much smaller compressed files, which are then decompressed once they get to the browser. 
  • Utilize a Content Distribution Network: Using a reliable content distribution network (CDN) can streamline the distribution process of the content. This resolves the problem of the overall content structure of your website. With a CDN, you can easily organize the content in a specific database, which allows users to have faster and more reliable access to your site.
Shopify Partner
1418 201 883

Hi @soophiii ,

I'm Richard - CRO Expert at PageFly Free Page Builder.

Some quite familiar tool you can check your page speed is:

Based on my experience, there are some tips I think would help you in optimizing your store speed:

- Main problem for the low loading speed usually comes from your image size. To optimize website speed, images should only weight less than 100kb. You can use tool like to compress your images. 

- Reduce redirects from pages to pages

- Minimize the number of JavaScript and CSS files

- Enable compression (Use Gzip, a software application for file compression, to reduce the size of your CSS, HTML, and JavaScript files that are larger than 150 bytes.)

Hope these things could help you to better your store speed. If you think this comment is helpful for you please hit "Like".

Thank you.

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