An advanced image optimization software developed for businesses to improve their website performance by resizing, compressing, and serving images.
ShortPixel is an image optimization and compression API and WordPress plugin that helps improve your website performance. ShortPixel image optimizer offers a solid service with an intuitive workflow. It is simple to install and use, solving all image optimization needs of WordPress users. The image compression is very effective, optimized images being a lot smaller in size, without compromising the picture quality.
Users can optimize their photos to make it smaller and visually similar to other ideas. The service provided by Short Pixel is based on the Software As A Service model, where image optimization is provided through APIs from your cloud. The image processed by the lossy algorithm is the miniature optimized image that the user can get. The brand offers a free package and services at affordable price, where users can analyze and understand its advanced features.
There are additional plans with more features available from $19.99
Lossy is the best option for most users. The images processed with Lossy algorithms are the smallest optimized images you can get. So, if the speed of your site is paramount and you want the best balance between optimization and picture quality, we recommend you to continue to use Lossy optimization.
Glossy is the best choice if you still care about Google PageSpeed Insights or GTmetrix but you believe that a slight loss of page speed is an acceptable compromise for a top notch image quality.
Lossless optimized images are pixel-by-pixel identical with the originals, but they offer a smaller size reduction compared to either Lossy or Glossy processed files. If you want your image information to remain untouched, while slightly reducing image size, then select this option.
You have to activate the plugin as the network admin and then activate it manually on each individual site in the multisite. Once you have done that, the Settings menu appears and you can add the API key for each individual site. As an alternative, you can edit wp-config.php and add this line
where ‘APIKEY’ is the API Key received upon sign up. If configured that way, the API key will be used for all the sites of the multisite but will only be visible on the main site’s Settings page, being hidden for the rest of the sites.
Lifetime deals are becoming a common strategy especially for startups to get an influx of beta users.
The seller is willing to let this initial group of users get access for a one time fee to get an immediate cash injection into their business that can often negate the need for venture capital.
The other benefit is the seller gets a motivated study group of users with valuable feedback to make their app better.
However larger companies tend to be more hesitant to embrace the lifetime deal model but there are ways that it can become more appealing to them as a business.
First by getting more people on the waitlist and secondly by making adjustments to the terms of the lifetime deal that are considerate to both seller and buyers long term cashflow.
So as you can see when it comes to software, the risks are quite low to you the buyer as long as you do your due diligence.
Most reputable lifetime deal offers will offer you a money back guarantee of between 30-60 days. Beware of any offer that doesn’t provide you this guarantee.
All lifetime deals featured on Bootstrapps will include future updates and support direct from the seller.
There is nothing worse than buying an app that doesn’t work with your other business critical apps.
So make sure to visit their features page and if they don’t mention supporting your specific apps then see if they support Zapier or web hooks. This will give you flexibility for the future.
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