September 3, 2012

How to Monitor Your WordPress Site’s Performance with 6 Plugins

We all want our site to run as fast and smoothly as possible. That is not always possible without doing some tweaks to your database or scripts you are running. Before you get there, you need to figure out whether your site has a problem. Once you know what the problem is and what’s causing it, you will have an easier time addressing it. Here are 6 plugins you can…

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