How to Use the OptiMole Plugin to Speed Up Your WordPress Site

by | Mar 2, 2020 | 0 comments

How to Use the OptiMole Plugin to Speed Up Your WordPress Site

by | Mar 2, 2020 | Free Wordpress Plugins | 0 comments



The OptiMole plugin can speed up your site by over 50% in a matter of minutes. Learn how in this behind-the-scenes OptiMole tutorial and review.
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===== About this Video =====

In this OptiMole review, you’ll learn how to use the free plugin and service to optimize the images in your WordPress site.

OptiMole can compress your images leading to a file size reduction of up to 95%. While the OptiMole plugin utilizes lossy compression to get these results, the reduction in quality is normally indiscernible to the human eye. The result is that you get a faster website and your images look the same.

OptiMole is much easier to use than other image compression plugins which often include convoluted and complex settings pages. While you will see all of the available settings in OptiMole, you don’t need to do anything beyond activating it on your site to see performance improvements. Overall, OptiMole is an excellent WordPress image optimization plugin.

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