In our wildest blogging dreams, we all hope to hit the front page of Digg with a well-written and popular post.
To survive the large amount of traffic that will come your blog’s way whether you are on the front page of Digg, popular on StumbleUpon or getting loads of search engine traffic, install WP-Cache, a well-known and popular WordPress plugin.
The concept behind WP-Cache is very simple. It simply builds static pages from your site, which will allow your site to stay up during major peaks in traffic. Other reasons to use WP-Cache include if you have limits on your bandwidth and want to cut back on server requests or if you usually have slow performance from your server.
For installation instructions and updates, visit the WP-Cache website.
If you use WP-Cache, let us know how it works for you!
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