If your website is running slow, I guarantee your search engine rankings are dropping, your traffic has plummeted, and your sales are suffering.
But what are you to do?
Luckily, there is a simple solution that is also completely free!
It is CloudFlare.
In a nutshell, CloudFlare makes your website load faster and blocks spam and threats to your site from even viewing your site.
If you are ready to get your free account, sign up here:
Below is a video I created showing you how to install CloudFlare.
If you’d like to learn more about CloudFlare, read more below the video.
So what exactly does CloudFlare do?
Here is a list of the top CloudFlare features, with simple explanations:
1. CloudFlare CDN To Load Your Website at Blazing Fast Speeds
The main benefit of CloudFlare is it’s CDN (content delivery network).
In a nutshell, this feature helps your website load twice as fast for your visitors.
And it doesn’t matter where they are.
CloudFlare has built a network around the world so that your site will load just as fast in Los Angeles or in Paris.
2. CloudFlare Optimizer…well…Optimizes Pages To Load More Efficiently (aka Faster)
CloudFlare takes all these resources and minimizes the amount of connections needed to load everything.
That makes the loading process more efficient and take less time.
3. CloudFlare Security to Keep Threats Away from your Site
Websites are always under attack from spammers and threats trying to gain access to your site.
CloudFlare has a unique way of handling these threats:
CloudFlare doesn’t even let the threats view your site.
CloudFlare knows what visitors are real and which are malicious.
If they are tagged as malicious, they are blocked from your site.
4. CloudFlare Analytics to keep track of Threats and Visitors
CloudFlare also gives you an easy to read analytics dashboard.
You can see what threats have been trying to access your site, how many visitors you’ve had, where they are coming from, and more.
5. CloudFlare Apps for Easy Integration
Want to add Google Analytics to your site? Or maybe Pingdom?
Usually they require coding to add to your site.
But with a push of a button, CloudFlare Apps allows you to add them to your site.
I think that’s pretty nice of CloudFlare.
Get Started With CloudFlare Today
Sign up for a CloudFlare account (it’s free).
Then watch the video above and learn how to install it on your site.
Let me know what you think about CloudFlare in the comments below.