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  1. Luke Cavanagh

    WP Rocket is one of the best payed static caching plugins for WordPress.

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  2. Chris

    So much easier to use, and faster than the competitors. Well worth the money for a fast site and fewer headaches with installation and maintenance. This is an incredible plugin.

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  3. Glen Ferguson

    I started using WP Rocket a year or two ago and for me it’s one of the best and easiest caching plugins to use. Very solid and near zero conflicts with other plugins. The cost and reduced renewal pricing, as well as the transparent way they run the business, are just a few additional reasons to like this company and product. And their Imagify plugin is well done too.

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  4. Norman Medina

    Great plugin.

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  5. Alex Belov

    That’s really amazing plugin. As WordPress Certified Expert Developer i use it very often for all my clients under developer license and it’s really awesome!
    I recommend it together with WP ENGINE hosting – perfect match!

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  6. Ralf Reymann

    I started using WP Rocket one week ago, because of W3 Total Cache crashed with php 7.0.9.

    18 auf my 20 websites with WP Rocket worked fine from beginning. For the other 2 pages i made a ticket. I got response 1h later und 1 day later I got a fix and then it worked.

    I love the performance of WP Rocket and easy to configure und more functions than W3T. So it was a good decission to change…

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  7. Terence

    I have only ever used WPRocket on a couple of sites, and I am prepared to believe they were just not a good match for each other — for whatever reason — without pointing a finger at anyone or anything.

    But reading how they got to $1M after 3 years of trying made me wonder, if that’s a good performance or not, or if something they are doing, or not doing, is slowing their rate of growth.

    The reason it jumped out at me is because I have been involved in the process of building/developing a “small” hobby website for a client where we pretty soon discovered it wasn’t unusual for her to have 1,500 concurrent users on her site, and in her first year of operation, she built her WooCommerce based business to over $1M.

    What did she sell? Plastic kids moccasins, kids bow ties and suspenders sets she bought from China. And nothing sold for more than $25.

    I think we are all in the wrong business.

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