Frank Olivo

Frank Olivo is the founder of Sagapixel. He writes on a number of topics related to digital marketing, but focuses mostly on SEO.

Elementor PageSpeed Insights – 26/100 to 92/100 in 5 Minutes

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If you’re interested in trying out the plugin I use in this video on your website, they offer a 14-day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied. You’ll see in just a few minutes if it’s working like it should, however. Click here to try it out.


Increase Your Google PageSpeed Insights Score on your Elementor or Divi Website

In this video, I’m going to show you how to get your Elementor, Divi, WP Bakery, or other page builder-built WordPress website from a Google PageSpeed Insights score that is around a 26 over to around a 90.

Let’s check it out.

I’m super pumped about this plugin and the PageSpeed Insights score it’s giving me for Elementor websites.

I have tried WP Rocket, W3 Total Cache, Autoptimize. I even did a YouTube video that has gotten a decent amount of views on WP Optimize that got me as far as I was able to get.

But a few weeks ago, our web design company tried out NitroPack and I was absolutely blown away by the Core Web Vitals scores we’re getting for Elementor websites. In this video, I’m going to be setting up NitroPack, and I’m going to show you the before and after of the PageSpeed Insights Scores we get.

The “Before” PageSpeed Insights Score

This is the “before” PageSpeed Insight scores that we’re getting with it. The majority of this website’s traffic is mobile, so we really do need to address this low score.

On top of that, soon, Google’s going to be rolling out its Core Web Vitals update and I want to make sure that our website’s ready for that; we night a good LCP (largest contentful paint), FID (first input delay), and CLS (cumulative layout score).

A few weeks ago, I discovered NitroPack and was able to get great score of all three of these parts of the Google’s Core Web Vitals.. We’re going to be setting it up on this website.

First thing I did was install NitroPack. Need to go into the settings now. I have to connect to it, and it looks like it is connected. I want to use everything that it has. We’re going use these page optimizations as well. Also, let’s check this box for the purge-affected cache when content is updated or published. I imagine that we really don’t want to update content and then wait for NitroPack to get around to updating it.

Right here, we can keep track of what’s getting processed.

This is a pretty sizable website, so it may take a few minutes. And this thing has been still running, but it has optimized the home page.

Let’s take a look at what the “after” results are.

Here, I’ve got a 92 score on mobile and I got a 100 on desktop, so really a considerable jump considering where it was at the beginning and really solves this issue that we’re going to have that we’ve been having for quite a long time as far as this stuff is concerned.

Right here, just to explain what this is, this origin summary, this is the aggregate data that it has for people that have visited the website.

You can see the numbers really haven’t been very good for a while, and this website was using the plugin that I recommend in my other YouTube video.

This one, on the other hand, you can see the lab data’s significantly better, though I’d say that this website’s still isn’t phenomenal. I mean, we’ve seen bigger jumps with our own Elementor website. I mean, these numbers are all below a second. I’ll probably illustrate that in another video.

There is a free version of Nitropack

Lastly, I want to outline that NitroPack does have a free version, but it doesn’t do everything that we’re seeing in this test right here.

If we go over here, it’ll show you that it has a lot of the stuff that is shared here, but the HTML, CSS, and JS minification and compression isn’t done there and it looks like they don’t really have the complete image optimization, which is also going to make a difference as well.

Nitropack is worth a shot

My recommendation is give it a shot. I mean, they do have monthly testing and they do give you a two week money back guarantee.

If you want try out NitroPack for yourself, they have a 14-day money back period. You can get a refund if for whatever reason it’s not working for you, but honestly, I have never seen anything work this well.

I’ve been super pumped about it, and we’re getting all of our websites onto it. I have a link to NitroPack in the description below. If you get the same kind of results that you’ve seen here, please like the video, leave a comment.

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