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Get Blazing Fast Load Times With WP Smush and Slay All the Megabytes!

Since we re-launched WP Smush this time last year, the plugin has been activated on twice as many WordPress sites – 500,000+, in fact! Find out why it's the most popular image compression plugin for WordPress in this comprehensive walkthrough.

Since we re-launched WP Smush this time last year, our Smush servers have compressed a whopping 3 billion images. That’s a hell of a lot of cat pics! Every day we smush images on more than 24,000 different WordPress sites, at peak times smushing 200+ images per second without breaking a sweat. All up, we’ve saved users a total of 10,915GB – that’s more than four times the size of the Panama Papers! Share on Facebook Tweet it Share on Google+ Sign…

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