How to optimize wix website?

I have a website created from wix: I just want to have a new ideas from you on how to optimize my website.

Thank you in advance.

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Re: optimize

Can you tell what you mean with "optimizing"?

Anyway, I wouldn't publish your email address so clear as you do. It will be picked up by spambots. A contact form is more safe.

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please do not use php-mail

Please do not use php-mail, it has pitfalls that can cause security breaches everywhere.
If you use a form contact on your page, load the contents in a database table to review later.

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Stop using speed checking tools

There is a huge trend in speed optimization since google announced the website speed as a ranking factor. Now everybody checking there websites in Google page speed tool and gtmetrix but ignoring the most important factors.
In reality, the page speed score doesn't matter. There are few things which matter but not all the suggestions these tool highlights.

Most important speed Factors:

1- Always get a good web hosting. You can't expect good by fixing other issues if you have a poor base.
2- Use images wisely and always resize images
3- Choose the data centre closest to your visitor's location.
4- Avoid using poorly coded themes. (mostly the free one which comes from unknown authors.)
5- Use cache
6- If your users come from different parts of the world, consider using CDN.
7- Only focus on the loading time and TTFB (time to first byte)

After applying all the things above you will see a huge difference in website performance.

-Aman Sarwar

Post was last edited on November 25, 2019 10:01 AM PST

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Focus on these things.

As I was also doing for my website
1. Mobile speed Check
2.Server response
3.Content Duplication
4.Proper canonicals
5.Proper Keyword Targeting
6.URL Structure
7.Proper submission of sitemap
And after you did that now 2nd part is to create proper tier 3 links for your website.

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Post was last edited on December 2, 2019 3:28 AM PST

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