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You can also focus following points for improving your website page speed score.

1. Change the hosting or upgrade the plan
2. Reduce HTTP requests
3. Optimize Time to First Byte (TTFB)
4. Revise third-party extensions
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Page speed is important for all users, as well as SEO. Because the faster pages are more efficient and provide a better on-page user experience. If a page takes longer than 3 seconds to load, over a quarter of users will click away and choose a different search result.

To improve and boost the speed of an e-commerce site, you can use the following ways.
  • Use a Content Delivery Network
  • Avoid Redirects
  • Limit the page size
  • Reduce HTTP requests
  • Investigate poor performance
  • Specify Image Dimensions
  • Compress Data
  • Use Fast Hosting Servers

Most of the eCommerce websites build on eCommerce platforms and believe it or not but the platform you use also can affect your website speed. So I suggest to you some best eCommerce platforms that will manage your backend smoothly and provide top loading speed- WooCommerce, Shopify, 3DCart, Wix, BigCommerce, Squarespace, and Magento are the best eCommerce platforms that provide good uptime and fast speed to your website.

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Page speed is important for all users, as well as SEO. Because the faster pages are more efficient and provide a better on-page user experience. If a page takes longer than 3 seconds to load, over a quarter of users will click away and choose a different search result.

To improve and boost the speed of an e-commerce site, you can use the following ways.
  • Use a Content Delivery Network
  • Avoid Redirects
  • Limit the page size
  • Reduce HTTP requests
  • Investigate poor performance
  • Specify Image Dimensions
  • Compress Data
  • Use Fast Hosting Servers
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Hi,
I have my eCommerce website with just 60 product pages. But the website is a little bit slow and, the page speed is also low. Just wondering, does page speed is a big deal for the ranking in Google? If yes, then how to improve this? 
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Web Hosting / Re: How to disable SSL certificate expiry alerts from the control panel?
« Last post by Keeran on September 29, 2021, 11:01:48 AM »
Hi, I want to disable SSL certificate expiry alerts. If the certificates will be renewed automatically, there is no reason to alarm the customer with these emails. How should we deactivate them?

Hi,
You can have disabled SSL certificate expiry alerts using the following command,
WHM >>SSL/TLS >>Manage AutoSSL >>User Notifications
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Web Hosting / Re: How to disable SSL certificate expiry alerts from the control panel?
« Last post by akshay on September 28, 2021, 06:39:09 PM »
In cPanel, there is an AutoSSL system that will notify the customer by sends mails to the cpanel contact email address when there is successful renewals, installation failure, and contract expiration. You have the option of disabling AutoSSL email notifications in cpanel.

There are total 5 steps of how to disable email notifications from cPanel-

1. Log in to cPanel and sign up to your account
2. Go to the contact information option
3. On the next page, you will see multiple options related to AutoSSL
4. If you want to disable the email notification then Un-check all the boxes
5. Click on the save button to save all the changes.

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Web Hosting / Re: How to disable SSL certificate expiry alerts from the control panel?
« Last post by Samantha on September 28, 2021, 10:57:17 AM »
You can disable the notifications directly from Web Host Manager in cPanel & WHM.

For more detailed information, you can go with this video and follow step by step process:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1LelxWXRaw
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Web Hosting / How to disable SSL certificate expiry alerts from the control panel?
« Last post by Vikrant Ahuja on September 27, 2021, 06:12:08 PM »
Hi, I want to disable SSL certificate expiry alerts. If the certificates will be renewed automatically, there is no reason to alarm the customer with these emails. How should we deactivate them?
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General Discussion / Re: What solutions you're currently using for email spam protection?
« Last post by akshay on September 18, 2021, 05:05:08 PM »
I can relate to this thing, I was also faced a lot of spam mails issues in the past, then I used some spam filter tools that worked well for me. Also, keep remembering these things to avoid spam emails -

- Never give your email address publicly.
- Never reply to spam messages.
- Always use spam filtering tools and anti-virus software.

Do these all things that will fix your email spamming issue.
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Hello guys, currently I'm using shared hosting for my website and facing a lot of spam email issues under inadequate spam protection.
I would just like to know what solutions you're currently using for email spam protection.

I prefer using an outside email service like Google Apps / Office 365. Google Apps has Superior spam filtering and is extremely easy to unite with a domain. You can also tweak your spam assassin settings, you will find that you can block the majority of the spam.
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