Home / Performance / WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache or WP Rocket – Which Is The Most Effective WordPress Caching Plugin? By Colin Newcomer April 16, 2019 When it comes to speeding up your WordPress site, using a good WordPress caching plugin is one of the most popular tips you’ll see. It’s in pretty much every piece of advice written on the subject: and for a good reason – a caching plugin (like WP Super Cache, W3 Total Cache, and WP Rocket: three most popular — and arguably best — WordPress caching plugins) will almost always make a huge difference, especially on cheap WordPress hosting. However, you still might have questions… questions like: What’s the best WordPress caching plugin? Do I need to pay for a premium caching plugin, or is a free caching plugin from WordPress.org ok? How big of an impact does caching make? Can it turn cheap shared WordPress hosting (like Bluehost) into something that rivals much pricier managed WordPress hosting (like WPEngine)? In this post, I’m going to try to answer all three of these questions with real testing data by testing the above-mentioned three caching plugins and two different hosts, namely Bluehost and WPEngine…. Read full this story
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