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At Pagely, we are notorious for phenomenal products that push the boundaries of what it means to scale WordPress. Today, we are pleased to announce our latest offering – Mercury, dynamic site acceleration for WordPress.
Speed is everything. To stay competitive in the big markets, you’ll need every advantage you can get. By using Mercury’s dynamic site acceleration features, you will get a substantial improvement in speed, especially when it comes to traffic that travels over greater distances. By reducing the number of hops a packet takes, latency can be reduced, saving every precious millisecond.
Depending on the location and the number of requests being made, we are seeing an average of 20-30% improvement in page load times with Mercury enabled.
Even when your page load times are already under 500ms, an improvement of 125ms may not seem like much, but it can make a huge difference in every aspect of your site. Higher network performance means better SEO, higher conversion rates, better user experience and ultimately more revenue.
With Mercury’s dynamic site acceleration enabled, assets can exist in multiple locations while being served from the same domain. That’s right – all your CDN traffic can be served directly from your primary domain. Say goodbye to subdomains and debugging CORS errors. Enjoy your free time.
I know what you’re thinking – how much more is this going to cost me? The answer is simple: nothing. Nada. Zip. Zero. In fact, there’s a good chance you’ll pay even less than you would without using Mercury.
As we mentioned, a great feature included in our Dynamic Site Acceleration service is enhanced routing across Amazon’s vast private network. Since this results in fewer hops, the side effect is that it requires less bandwidth. Thus, your traffic not only flows faster, but it is also more efficient, resulting in reduced costs.
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Although we may reverse some of the buzzwords and sell it to you as an additional add-on feature to increase your margins, we have no investors to answer. Our bandwidth costs go down, so it’s worth yours to do the same.
Before everyone starts banging our doors for the stuff, don’t get too excited just yet. Right now, Mercury is in a closed beta period for select Pagely customers. If you are currently a Pagely customer, you will need to hold your enthusiasm long enough to log into Atomic and request expedited access.
In the meantime, to learn more about Mercury and how dynamic site acceleration can improve the performance of your WordPress site, sign up using the form below. We will keep sending you regular updates to keep you in the loop.
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