How Good Is the Cloudways Breeze Caching Plugin for WordPress?

How Good Is the Cloudways Breeze Caching Plugin for WordPress?



Find out if the Breeze WordPress plugin does a good job of caching a WordPress website on Cloudways. In this video, I benchmark the performance of a WordPress website without the Breeze plugin, then with the Breeze plugin with minification, caching, and gzip enabled to measure the performance difference.

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5 thoughts on “How Good Is the Cloudways Breeze Caching Plugin for WordPress?

  1. Thank you for posting this up!

    I haven't tried the file minification functionality yet but instead I wrote a blog post and featured your video in it πŸ™‚
    audeemirza.com/breeze-wordpress-plugin

  2. I would ask you to try Wp-rocket plugin with a theme like divi
    Both are premium but I got a very good results with a cracked version of Wp-rocket on a shared Bigrock server

  3. Hi, I like your videos and all of them are very useful! And I have a question for you, I am using WP rocket to cache things and minify things in wordpress, would you suggest using Breeze instead of WP rocket?

  4. Hey man. I hope you are doing well. I remember untold me before that you use generatepress premium. Can you make a tutorial for it ? I just bought it and I have no idea how to customize it. Thank you

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