Website Tune-Up

Boost performance and increase ranking with a quick tune up + ongoing optimization.


Installation, setup, and initial optimization

+$4.99/mo or $49/yr

Ongoing updates, maintenance, and support


$150 Setup

  • Installation & Setup
  • Initial Optimization
  • Ongoing Support
  • Future Updates
  • Unlimited Image optimization
  • eCommerce compatibility
  • Multilingual compatibility

$150 Setup

  • Installation & Setup
  • Initial Optimization
  • Ongoing Support
  • Future Updates
  • Unlimited Image optimization
  • eCommerce compatibility
  • Multilingual compatibility

Great First Impressions

Deliver a great user experience thanks to a super fast website that visitors will love browsing through.

Better SEO Ranking

With Google’s Core Web Vitals initiative, site speed is a ranking factor. Time to boost your SERP ranking!

More Conversions

Higher ranking means more traffic while better user experience improves conversion rate! Put both together to turn all your visitors into actual customers.

This sentence will take you about two seconds to read. That’s also the longest the average internet user expects to wait for a page to load.

What’s a website tune-up?

Website performance measures how quickly the pages of a website load and display in the web browser. Web performance optimization is the practice of improving website performance by various methods — faster websites are said to be higher-performing.

Good website performance is a cornerstone of any successful website because it’s the first event that all visitors experience. First impressions influence how users feel about a website, its associated business or organization, and whether or not they convert, buy, or bounce.

Why is it important?

As an internet user, you’ve experienced many a slow website. While this might only feel like a minor annoyance, the effects of poor performance can reverberate through an entire business. From user satisfaction to the company’s bottom line, the consequences are far-reaching. Including, but not limited to…

  • User Experience
  • Visitor Retention
  • Conversions and Sales
  • Brand Perception
  • Mobile Experience
  • SEO

Here’s how we do it

  • Analyze 5 key performance-boosting tests
  • Optimize Avada’s 25 core features to remove any unnecessary functionality (if your using Avada)

  • Rebuild containers and elements if needed

  • Improve file delivery for asynchronous and “lazy” loading
  • Enable Javascript compiling for cleaner code
  • Activate Gzip Compression for better server-side caching and,
  • Create Critical CSS for every page so visitors see your beautiful pages quicker

Get Tuned Up Now

Boost performance, increase Google ranking, and create a better experience for your visitors.

How Does Your Site Compare?

Check your most recent monthly report and see how YOUR site is stacking up.

Not to brag, but…

Want the Nitty Gritty Details?

Of course you do! Who doesn’t??

Here’s a comprehensive list of all 42 actions we use to boost your website’s performance.

Avada Optimization

  1. Rebuilding content (if necessary) to think critically about what assets need to load and when.
  2. Activate Lazy Loading for images below the fold
  3. Optimize Font Face Rendering
  4. Preload Key Fonts
  5. Disable Emojis Script (if not in used, these are rarely in use)
  6. Disable jQuery Migrate Script
  7. Load jQuery In Footer 
  8. Load Stylesheets In Footer 
  9. Enable Gzip Compression
  10. Enable Video Facade If you are using a lot of Vimeo or YouTube videos
  11. CSS Compiling
  12. Load Media-Queries Files Asynchronously
  13. Enable CSS Variables 
  14. Enable Critical CSS
  15. Enable JS Compiler
  16. Enable Progressive Web App
  17. Turn off Elastic Slider unless you need it (unlikely)
  18. Turn off post types you aren’t using (slider, portfolio, FAQ).
  19. Turn off the Font Awesome subsets you don’t need, and consider switching to a custom icon set only. (the varies from project to project)
  20. Turn Font Awesome v4 Compatibility Off. (this is for legacy support)
  21. Turn off Frontend Block Styles because we use Avada’s builder
  22. Turn off Legacy Button Presets. These are the color presets – green, blue, etc. (A fairly substantial amount of CSS can be saved by having this disabled and setting the desired colors to the button instead.)
  23. Turn off API scripts (YouTube, Google) unless your specific website requires them. (case by case basis)
  24. Disable Avada elements, not in use. (This will save some CSS from being loaded and speed up PHP page building.)
  25. Disable any plugins, not in use. 

Caching & File Handling

  1. Enable caching for mobile devices
  2. Specify a cache “lifespan” for greater control
  3. Minify CSS & JavaScript files
  4. Defer JS Loading to defer render-blocking elements
  5. Delay JS Execution to improve performance by delaying the loading of JavaScript files until user interaction (e.g. scroll, click).
  6. Enable the lazy load of iframes
  7. Replace Youtube iframe with preview images to significantly improve your loading time if you have a lot of YouTube videos
  8. Add missing width and height attributes to images to help prevent layout shifts and improve the reading experience for your visitors.
  9. Post revisions, Spam, trashed comments, and drafts will be permanently deleted every week.
  10. Transients are temporary options will be automatically regenerated as your plugins require them (and not stored indefinitely)
  11. Optimized integration of Cloudflare for easier management

Image Optimization

  1. Automatically optimize every image you upload to WordPress.
  2. Backup original images
  3. Bulk optimize all existing images in your media library
  4. Create WebP versions of images
  5. Display images in WebP format on the site
  6. Resize larger images on upload ( ​​You can save up to 80% after resizing)

Improve your SEOengagementconversionsuser experiencerankingusability

If your visitors can’t reach your site, do you really exist?