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  • #104625 Reply | Resolve

    Eliciano R.S.

    Hi!

    I want to be objective: I’m disappointed with WordPress.

    I bought a premium theme (Mimbo Pro) because I was wanting to do something more professional.

    I really wanted to invest in the blog.

    But it’s taking too long to load the site. I think you’re right server overloaded!

    How can we solve this? It is possible?

    I am very interested in resolving this issue, because I have another blog (www.infosol.me) and also has the same problem.

    Thank you.

    The blog I need help with is comentarista.me
    #126902 Reply

    philiparthurmoore

    Hi there. I’ve just run a test on your site at Pingdom Tools and it looks to be loading well. If the site is loading slowly for you, have you tried accessing your site in different locations or making sure that this doesn’t have something to do with your connection? If there’s more information you can give me about your setup, I may be able to help figure out how to speed things up for you. Thanks.

    #127131 Reply

    Eliciano R.S.

    Hello, my friend!

    I noticed the slowness in loading the page in different places and on other machines.

    However, my fear is that is also slow for visitors, as well as do not have advertising campaigns.

    A basic question: if the site receives 100 hits while the page loads normally?

    Does the solution is to hire a server?

    Wordpress servers support many simultaneous accesses without affecting the load time?

    Thank you for your attention!

    #127146 Reply

    philiparthurmoore

    Hi there.

    100 hits should not affect load times for your site. WordPress.com serves content for personal blogs to extremely high traffic blogs, and 100 hits, relatively speaking, is pretty low.

    Cheers.

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