Suggestions will depend on the results of the website audit but aside from the steps mentioned above, here are the steps we normally suggest to optimise the performance of your website:
Use a Content Delivery Network (CDN)
CDNs evenly distribute the delivery of your content by hosting files across large server networks all over the world. This can save up 60% of your bandwidth which can boost the speed and improve your site’s user experience.
Minify CSS and JS files
Minifying or clearing excessive data in your code and squishing files into one can drastically improve your site’s speed without affecting how browsers process resources.
Redirects preferably fix 404 errors, but they’re not ideal if you want to improve the speed of your site. They affect your page load speed as browsers may take a while to reach the correct version.
Enable file compression
This is an essential step in achieving good page load speed. Compressing your website files using Gzip can save bandwidth and speed up the transmission of the content from the server to the user’s web browser.