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Check for available optimizations: Use PageSpeedGrader to view a in-depth report to locate available optimizations. Caching Plugin Enable CDN Remove unnecessary plugins
  • How much additional content is loaded? (e.g. css, scripts, or API calls)
  • Does it add extra database queries to each page?
  • Is external content loaded?
  • Reduce Database calls Load Google Analytics asynchronously https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/module/filter-make-google-analytics-async http://codex.wordpress.org/High_Traffic_Tips_For_WordPress
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