WooCommerce is often the developer’s choice for building custom eCommerce experiences quickly due to Woo’s ease of use for non-technical users and infinite customization through plugins and custom code. We build stores with important jobs to do and craft our builds to do those jobs well. But what can we do to make these stores with all these jobs do as fast as possible in order to optimize for page speed, conversion rates, and SEO?
In this episode of PressThis, we interview Josh Dailey of WP Engine about recent updates to WP Engine’s WooCommerce-focused hosting including brand new Woo-focused caching optimizations that provide up to a 90% increase in cached pages. Josh shares his thoughts on the current challenges with caching Woo sites is, what WP Engine has done to help address this in their eCommerce offering, and what they have planned for the future.
If you’re wanting to get the inside scoop on what you should be thinking about for your own WooCommerce caching strategy (even if you’re not on WP Engine or plan to be), don’t miss this episode of PressThis. Listen now!