WP Rocket Review
In this WP Rocket review I’ll cover if it’s worth it and some basic features that separate WP Rocket from the competition. The WP Rocket plugin is used to help optimize your website’s speed. It does this in a number of ways, but two of the primary ways are the caching system and the lazy load feature. Let’s dive into more about each of these features.
WP Rocket Caching
WP Rocket has a built-in caching system. The plugin’s system generates a cache of the static file of your website’s content. When users access your website content it then serves it to them directly from the cache folder. This vastly improves the performance and speed of your website.
WP Rocket Lazy Load
WP Rocket lazy load is another very popular feature built into the plugin. It allows our website to only load the videos and images within our website once the viewer gets to them. This shortens the load time of pages because they do not have to load all images and videos on the page before fully displaying it. This is a great way to speed up your site, as often times videos and images slow down websites down more than anything else.
WP Rocket Pricing
WP Rocket comes with several pricing options. The plans that WP Rocket has are the single plan, the plus plan, and the infinite plan. Outside of the price the key difference is the amount of websites supported by each plan. As you can see below the single plan is for one website, the plus plan is for three websites, and the infinite plan is more unlimited websites.
Each of the plans comes with a 14 day money back guarantee, and they also come with renewal discounts available. If you’re unaware WP Rocket is an annual subscription plugin. So to clarify, if you decide to renew your plan chances are you’ll be paying 30% less than you originally did. This discount can also be applied to mid-plan upgrades as well if you’ve got a growing number of websites that have a need for speed.
WP Rocket Support
I have experimented with different caching options over the years and support with some of them was honestly not great. With WP Rocket the support has been wonderful from my experience. The rocketeers as they’re called go above and beyond to support their users, and it was something I really wanted to point out. If you’re on the fence feel free to reach out to their knowledgeable support to discuss the plugin further.
WP Rocket Review : Conclusion
I hope that this quick WP Rocket review helped you learn more about the benefits of the plugin and why I recommend it. There are some free caching related plugins available such as WP Fastest Cache if you’re on a budget, but I recommend ponying up and spending the extra money on WP Rocket for the best results. With a 14 day money back guarantee why not take a chance?
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