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A lot of this depends on your application you're operating. If it's PHP hen you'd want to see if yours support PHP 7.0/7.1 or 7.2 as it can provide significant speed improvements over PHP 5.6. We provide up to PHP 7.2 right now straight through cPanel: https://blog.hawkhost.com/2018/01/04/php-7-2-now-available-on-all-hosting-plans/ |  

If you're using Wordpress you'd want to consider a caching plugin. The one we recommend is the Litespeed page caching as it's leverages the capability of the web server: https://blog.hawkhost.com/2015/07/22/super-charge-wordpress-with-litespeed-cache/

For other applications you'd want to look at the plugins you're using any themes. Then along with that just any recommendations the specific application suggests such as using Redis/Memcached (make sure you actually configure it) or their own built in caching.

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On 8/7/2018 at 1:54 AM, Brian said:

This is another good suggestion! Cloudflare can definitely help speed up your site outside of improvements to your applications / files directly. 

I thought I was in wrong direction. Thanks for your quote...

I usually use the free account on cloudflare. Does the paid version on cloudflare do much?

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