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W3 Total Cache for High Performance Websites

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Having a High Performance Website can lead to improved Search Engine Rankings. In this lesson we run through how to configure W3 Total Cache and connecting a WordPress site to Amazon CloudFront CDN.

W3 Total Cache provides Easy Web Performance Optimization (WPO) using caching. It supports caching for these areas “browser, page, object, database, minify and content delivery network support”.
Amazon CloudFront CDN is a Content Delivery Network that can be used to deliver images, videos and other web resources such as JavaScript, CSS and static HTML.

This is part of the “How to set up a Blog” professional series and includes best practices and processes that we follow for building out the IdeasMen – Content Constellation system which allows niche markets such as Financial Broker Networks, Accounting Groups and Medical Practices to dominate SERP’s (Search Engine Ranking Positions) within their local & geographic regions.

W3 Total Cache – Install

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Install W3 Total Cache

General Settings

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Here are the general settings that we setup, including settings for activating Amazon CloudFront CDN

Page Cache

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Minify

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Browser Cache

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CDN

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Web Page Performance – Before/After – www.FirstHomeBuyers.co

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Static content and effective use of CDN should improve when you implement W3 Total Cache. See

High Performance Website – Why W3 Total Cache


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