WordPress has made it much easier to own and host your own website.
However, while choosing a great looking theme and adding a slider might have become easier than ever; knowing how to optimize your website still remains a complex issue.
WordPress specific hosting platforms do provide optimization, but the majority of WordPress self-installed site owners are still on low-end, shared hosting. The only available option so far for these users has been to use free plugins such as W3 Total Cache , Super Cache , Hyper Cache or a combination of multiple plugins.
Except W3 Total Cache, most caching plugins are easy-to-use but lacked essential features. W3 Total Cache does provide extensive list of options but they are not something an average non-technical WordPress user can understand. However, there may be a middle-ground, thanks to a new premium plugin " WP Rocket ", created by a group of WordPress developers from France.
WP Rocket aims to distinguish itself from its competitors by not just providing robust features and free support, but also by making it very easy to use the plugin.