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Shopify Speed Optimization - How It Works
How it works Shopy Speed Dots

We optimize your Shopify store for Page Speed in three phases. Shopy Speed Dots

1

Gather data

We need to gather as much data as possible from your main pages. To do that, we will use the latest version of Google Lighthouse. All reports' may vary because of multiple factors. We will need to run at least 10 to 30 Lighthouse reports to get an average starting point.

2

Start Optimization

We will go through all the actionable steps from the data gathered by Google Lighthouse. Fix and optimize all actionable errors provided by the results. Then, we will go a bit deeper and optimize your theme javascript code and unblock the main thread. In the process, we will run Google Lighthouse reports after each change and measure the changes in A/B tests.

3

Publish

All unpublished themes will generally show unaccurate results. The real live world results from your new super-fast optimized Shopify Theme will show after your theme is published.

Benefits Shopy Speed Dots

A logo-running process condensed in 14 days. Shopy Speed Dots

It took us more than three years of testing, research, and long hours of debugging Shopify themes and more than eight years of web development experience.
Making the most of the Shopify Theme Eco-System and understanding what needs to be done to achieve high performance, despite Shopify limitations.

1

User Experience

If you don't take action now, you will be left behind. Your store will stay on the same path. Your users will wait for 10 - 20 seconds for the page to become interactive, and eventually, they will leave and never return.

Stop leaving profits on the table.

2

Conversion Rates

The conversion rate starts with the first impression. If your store is loading slow, then be prepared to lose conversions.

No one want's to wait more than 3 seconds for a page to load

3

Google loves fast websites.

You are more likely to outrank your competitors if you have a speedy store.
In fact, Google plans to give slow websites a new badge of the shame in Chrome.

Are you sure you want to take that risk?