(sorry if this sounds like copied however i could not find anything related)

I've an WordPress 3..3 instalation with a few custom coding and attempted the W3 Total Cache wordpress plugin but had some problems...so I have made the decision to deactivated it.

And today I am wondering that you will find any average quantity of daily visits that becames necessary using a cache system.

I am not to imply with this particular that I'd rather not make use of a cache system, only controlling focal points.

Thanks ahead of time!

And today I am wondering that you will find any average quantity of daily visits that becames necessary using a cache system.

You know when you really need one. Trust me. :)

Seriously: If request occasions become unbearably lengthy, or even the server will get resource problems in peak occasions, you'll need caching. Nevertheless, i believe that it's never too soon to cache a Wordpress blog. Also, loading occasions may influence your blog's Google ratings which might be grounds to activate caching despite the fact that customer amounts continue to be low, and never leading to trouble for the server.

Something more detailed is actually difficult to tell because servers differ massively. Some can cope with a bigger quantity of synchronised Wordpress demands than the others, based on equipment and setup.