All of WordPress’ Problems Can Be Solved with Non-Terrible Hosting

14 September 2020 | By Author |1 Comment

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Two of the biggest WordPress problems are speed and security – and I bet you’ve experienced both of these issues. WordPress is notoriously slow, often due to poor hosting, and it’s the most-hacked content management system (CMS), too. When a website takes more than 5 seconds to load, 38% of visitors will leave without waiting any longer. In our own testing of almost 1,500 agency websites, we found that every single site took more than 2 seconds to fully load, with many of them taking 5 seconds or longer. To compare, the recommended load time is 2 to 4 seconds, max.

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When a website takes more than 5 seconds to load, 38% of visitors will leave without waiting any longer. In our own testing of almost 1,500 agency websites, we found that every single site took more than 2 seconds to fully load, with many of them taking 5 seconds or longer. To compare, the recommended load time is 2 to 4 seconds, max.

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Furthermore, the 2018 Hacked Website Trend Report from Sucuri reported that 44% of WordPress hacks are due to outdated sites – an incredibly easy fix if you know what you’re doing. And on average, a website is attacked 94 times every day.
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Two of the biggest WordPress problems are speed and security – and I bet you’ve experienced both of these issues. WordPress is notoriously slow, often due to poor hosting, and it’s the most-hacked content management system (CMS), too. When a website takes more than 5 seconds to load, 38% of visitors will leave without waiting any longer. In our own testing of almost 1,500 agency websites, we found that every single site took more than 2 seconds to fully load, with many of them taking 5 seconds or longer. To compare, the recommended load time is 2 to 4 seconds, max.

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When a website takes more than 5 seconds to load, 38% of visitors will leave without waiting any longer. In our own testing of almost 1,500 agency websites, we found that every single site took more than 2 seconds to fully load, with many of them taking 5 seconds or longer. To compare, the recommended load time is 2 to 4 seconds, max.

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Furthermore, the 2018 Hacked Website Trend Report from Sucuri reported that 44% of WordPress hacks are due to outdated sites – an incredibly easy fix if you know what you’re doing. And on average, a website is attacked 94 times every day.
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