Explore site speed optimization service plans
20 hours /
- $2,500 INITIAL INVESTMENT
- 5 hours quarterly
- $600 monthly investment
- Best for websites under 250 pages
40 hours /
- $5,000 INITIAL INVESTMENT
- 10 hours quarterly
- $1,200 monthly investment
- Best for websites under 500 pages
Gold & Ecommerce Plan
50 hours /
- $3,000 INITIAL INVESTMENT
- 25 hours quarterly
- $2,400 monthly investment
- Best for websites 500 pages+
Is your website built for speed?
Want to enhance your site’s user experience and rankings by improving your website speed? TSF can help. We offer three separate website speed optimization service plans that can help your website load at top speeds. Some of the effects you’ll see after implementing our services include decreased bounce rate and extended time-on-page.
In addition, you’ll also see an increase in conversions and even revenue year over year.
TSF has bent over backwards to make me happy. So far, after a couple months, I have already seen improvements on rankings and conversions, and they even improved my site loading speed tremendously.
CHRISTIAN APPAREL COMPANY
Site speed optimization services from TSF
Swipe to the right on the table below to view additional website speed optimization plans.
|Total initial project hours to be spent improving site speed, communication, and reporting:||Bronze – Initial 20 hours||Silver – Initial 40 hours||Gold & Ecommerce – One Time 50 hours|
|5 hours||10 hours||25 hours|
Best fit websites:
|Under 250 pages||Under 500 pages||500 pages+|
Dedicated project POC
Audit of current website performance, optimization hours will be spent on the following items on based on audit results and priority:
— Website theme & plugin optimizations
— Website/CSS optimization
— Set and/or Reduction in http(s) requests
— Removal of unused code
— Image size optimization and compression
— Gzip compression
— Website & Browser Caching setup and/or configuration
— Optimize/reduce number of redirects
— Font delivery optimization
Setup and/or configuration of a CDN
|One-time $1,500||One-time $1,500|
UX & UI optimizations
Quarterly Performance updates to top 5 trafficked pages
Quarterly submission of URL inspection
Quarterly Core Metrics Reporting & Analysis (LCP, FID, CLS)
300+ SMEs behind campaign driving results
|Typical page speed score increases||BRONZE PLAN||SILVER PLAN||GOLD/ECOMMERCE PLAN|
Current website speed test score of less than 25%
|Average of 15% to 30% increase||Average of 20% to 35% increase||Average of 25% to 50% increase|
Current website speed test score of between 26% and 50%
|Average of 5% to 15% increase||Average of 10% to 20% increase||Average of 15% to 25% increase|
Current website speed test score of between 51% and 67%
|Average of 2% to 10% increase||Average of 4% to 12% increase||Average of 5% to 15% increase|
Current website speed test score of between 67% and 74%
|Minimal||A few %||A few %|
Current website speed test score above 75%
|Depends. Some sites max at ~75%-~80% due to 3rd party ad scripts, ecommerce/hosting configuration, etc||Depends. Some sites max at ~75%-~80% due to 3rd party ad scripts, ecommerce/hosting configuration, etc||Depends. Some sites max at ~75%-~80% due to 3rd party ad scripts, ecommerce/hosting configuration, etc|
300+ SMEs behind campaign driving results
The difference between page speed and site speed
Page speed and site speed both relate to how quickly the content on your website loads, but there is a technical difference between the two terms.
Page speed refers to how quickly the content on a specific page loads. It may be defined as either:
- Page load time: How long it takes to fully display a page’s content
- Time to first byte: How long it takes a browser to receive the first byte of information from your server
Site speed is a measurement of how quickly your whole website loads. It’s calculated by taking the average page speed for a sample of page views on your site.
Website speed is a more general term used to describe how quickly your site loads and may also be used as a synonym for site speed.
Page speed, site speed, and website speed are closely related terms, and they all impact your site’s user experience and rankings.
Why are website speed optimization services important to website success?
Simple! It’s not only what your site visitors want — it’s what Google wants. There’s a connection between page speed and SEO, and it’s exactly why your pages need to load quickly.
Google’s main job is to provide users with search results that best fit their queries. Not only do search engines serve pages with content that best fits the user’s query, they also want to display websites that provide a great user experience. And you guessed it — page speed is part of a great user experience.
Other user experience factors include things like readability and ease of navigation.
Pages that load quickly appeal to site visitors decrease bounce rate — another indicator to Google whether or not your site is a good one.
When your site loads slowly, (takes longer than 3 seconds to fully load), users will become frustrated and bounce from your website to find one that provides the information they need more quickly.
If users consistently bounce from your site, Google will start to notice, and you will see a drop in search engine rankings. That’s because Google sees a correlation between high bounce rate and a bad user experience, so they subsequently drop you in the rankings.
If users don’t stay on your website long enough to read your content, Google concludes that it must not be a very good website. Little do they (or your site visitors) know that you could have one of the best websites with the best content out there, but your slow load time kept them from experiencing your website.
This makes page speed even more crucial. Website speed can keep users from entering your site in the first place, which means they won’t learn about your business, see your products and services, or read your informative, beneficial information. Most of all, they won’t convert.
Is mobile involved?
In January 2018, Google announced its Speed Update, which says that mobile speed is now a ranking factors. Because of this, both your desktop and mobile rankings can change due to site speed.
This means that when dealing with website speed optimization, it’s crucial to keep mobile in mind as well.
Optimizing page speed for mobile devices works the same way as it does on a desktop. And of course, you want to ensure that your site is mobile responsive in the first place! This means that your website is effective and easy to use on smaller screens, too!
4 factors that contribute to slow load time
There are a lot of factors that can contribute to slow load time including:
1. Sloppy HTML coding
One surefire way to ensure that your pages will load slowly is by having a sloppy HTML code on the backend of your site.
HTML code is what tells your page how to look when users view it on your website. The code is made up of all sorts of tags that tell the page how to work and what to do.
Every page on your website will have a page of code, and the larger and more complex your website is, the more complex your code will be. This is where it becomes easy for your code to become jumbled and sloppy.
In order to keep your pages loading quickly, it’s essential to ensure that there are no extra tags and that everything is referenced properly. Otherwise, it will take the server longer to read the code — causing a slow-loading site.
2. Huge, unoptimized graphics
Including graphics on your site is crucial to providing a great user experience. When you offer a whole page of information, for example, it’s important to break up all that information with some images, graphics, or video to ensure that the reader doesn’t get bored.
However, all the bells and whistles that you can add to your site pages in terms of graphics and videos can weigh your site down and cause it to load slowly.
Huge, high-resolution photos are one of the biggest causes of slow-loading pages.
So how do you ensure that your site provides a great user experience with graphics while keeping page load time fast? Optimize your graphics!
Consider using a tool like Kraken.io to condense your image files so that they’re not so bulky. It won’t change the visual size of the image but condense the file size so that it doesn’t take as long to load on your website.
3. Too many redirects
Redirects occur when you want to replace all links to an old webpage with references to a new one. The redirects are bits of code placed within your .htaccess file in the server, and you can create as many as you need when you replace old pages on your site.
However, when you have tons of redirects on the same page, your site takes the time to reference the .htaccess file to find out the new location of where the link is pointing. This is essentially like loading links twice on your page, which ramps up page load time.
4. Server location and performance
One of the easier factors to understand — the farther away your server, the longer it will take your website to load. That said, it’s important to be mindful of where your server is located. For example, if your business is based in the United States, don’t select a server in China.
In relation to server performance, you want to ensure that you have a high-quality website hosting service. Here’s how it works:
- A user types your URL into their search bar, or visits your website from a search engine like Google
- Their browser notifies your server that they’re trying to visit your site, and asks for all the information necessary to visit your page
- If your server is high-quality, the information will arrive quickly
The quality of your server comes down to whether it’s shared or dedicated:
- Are you on a shared server? If so, you are sharing server space with another website and their traffic.
- Are you on a dedicated server? If so, you can ensure that you’re not sharing website traffic with another website. When you’re on a dedicated server, you’ll have a much faster loading time.
3 website optimization tools to help with page speed
Wondering how you can get started optimizing your website speed? Here are a few of our favorite web optimization tools to help you gauge your site’s page speed and figure out what you need to do to improve it.
1. Google Search Console
When it comes to free tools to help you in your website speed optimization efforts, Google Search Console is probably the best of the best. It gives you all the valuable information you need to measure your website traffic in-depth, understand your site’s performance, and advise you on how to fix the most prominent issues on your website.
Google recently added the Core Web Vitals report to Google Search Console. The Core Web Vitals (CWV) are a set of metrics that Google recently introduced to measure user experience. The three web vitals are:
- Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) measures the time it takes the page’s main content to become visible relative to when the page began loading.
- First Input Delay (FID) measures load responsiveness by calculating the time from when a user first interacts with a page to the time the browser can respond to that interaction.
- Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) measures visual stability, or how much the layout of a page unexpectedly moves around.
Pingdom provides a wealth of information when it comes to page optimization. First, it provides reports that are divided into four sections. It gives you information like a performance grade, the history of the page, an analysis, and so much more. They also provide suggestions for where you can make improvements to your website.
If you’re interested in gaining insight into the speed of your websites from different places in the world, Pingdom allows you to gauge your page speed from Dallas, Melbourne, San Jose, and Stockholm, Sweden. This is extremely helpful if you have clients around the world.
3. TSF SEO Checker
At TSF, we have created our own proprietary SEO checker tool that can help make recommendations as far as page optimizations.
With our tool, you’ll be able to input the URL of your website, along with the keyword you want to check for, and your email. When you input your email, you’ll get a full PDF copy of the results.
One of the best things about the tool? You can add a competitor’s URL to compare how it’s performing in contrast to yours!
When you receive your custom PDF document, you’ll not only gain insight into your page speed, but a collection of other metrics, including image analysis, title and description tag audit, copy and code analysis, and so much more.
Does your website need help in the page speed department?
If your bounce rate is high and your conversion rate is low due to a slow-loading website, TSF can help. There are tons of services included in each of our page speed optimization plans, and they can help your website reach its highest potential.
Here are some of the services included in one of our page speed optimization plans:
Dedicated project point of contact
At TSF, we believe that you should have a point of contact that sticks with you throughout the length of your campaign. Why? That way, you always know who you’ll be talking to. Your point of contact will know and understand your campaign, and you won’t have to be transferred to three different people to get answered.
We want to be sure that you get the very best service, and to do so, we ensure that you’ll have a point of contact that can answer any questions you may have, update you on your campaign, and so much more.
Project web developers
Website speed optimization is a process – it doesn’t happen overnight. There are a lot of behind-the-scenes projects that go on in order to ensure that your page speed is at its best. To handle the job, we employ web developers to make sure the job is done right.
Audit of current server configuration
In order to understand what your site needs to be speedy, we’ll take an audit of your current server configuration. From there, we’ll determine what needs to be improved in order to make your site run faster.
“If needed” basis
On an “if needed” basis, we can do the following:
- Website/CSS optimization
- Gzip compression
- Caching setup and/or configuration
- Optimize/reduce number of redirects
And tons more.
Why should you work with TSF for your page speed optimization needs? Check out the results we’re typically able to drive for our page speed customers.
How much does site speed optimization cost?
Every agency will likely charge something a little different for their website speed optimization services. However, at TSF, our prices range between $3,125 and $11,500 as a one-time investment. This covers all the services that we mentioned above!
TSF is full-service agency that knows page speed
We’re a full-service digital marketing agency, which means we provide much more than just SEO. Take a look at all the services we offer below!
- Pay-per-click advertising (PPC)
- Social media marketing
- Content marketing
- Email marketing
- Voice search optimization
- Competitor geofencing advertising
- Amazon SEO
- Website design
Though page speed undoubtedly affects your search engine ranking, strategies like web design, content marketing, competitor geofencing, and others can have a huge effect on your Google ranking.
So why just optimize your site for site speed? To get the best results from your campaign, consider bundling your site speed optimization services with any number of other services we offer!
Where does TSF get its credentials? With over 300 digital marketing specialists in-house, we strive to create the best, most successful campaigns for our clients. We’re reaching our goal every day by driving revenue and leads for clients — in fact, so far, we’ve driven over $2.4 billion in revenue for our clients, and over 6.3 million qualified leads.
If you’re interested in hearing what those clients have to say about us, check out our over 750 client testimonials!