3 Free site Speed testing tools

by tdh10
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Page loading speed of a sales website will affect the SEO (search engine optimization), reach a lot of clients, increase website visits, contribute sales growth of shop/shop.
1. Google Pagespeed Insights

This is a technical optimization tool. It provides diagnostic information directly from Google by analyzing the content of the online sales site efficiently. This tool reviews the effectiveness of a page according to the best methods of performance and scores from 0 to 100 and based on 2 factors:
Page loading time in the first screen: page load time will be calculated since the time the user requests a new page load to the first time the content is displayed on the browser screen.
Full page Load time: Page load time will be calculated since the time the user requests a new page load to the full time the full content is shown on the browser screen.
2. Pingdom

Pingdom is a speed test tool for your sales site being distributed. You need to enter the website URL and location you want to check. Select the nearest geographic location with your shop/shop.

The Pingdom tool will then give you a different performance layer, along with load time, how you stacked up other sites and physical file sizes.
3. Google Mobile Test

The user-friendly auditing tool on mobile devices, sharing a brief overview of your website performance on mobile devices, thereby optimizing the necessary elements (as needed) to bring the best experience to the user on this device.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Gramm
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    Or, you could clear your cache/cookies or use a completely different browser and navigate to your own website. Be sure to do it on a PC/MAC, a tablet and on a mobile phone.

    If you were a site visitor, do the pages load fast enough or do they take so long, you would click away and select another search result?

    You really don't need a tool to tell you what should be common sense.

    Incidentally, Google DOES NOT give you a boost in the rankings if your site is faster than other sites. They will downgrade the rankings if it takes ridiculously long for pages to load - especially on mobile devices - but you are not rewarded for being appreciably faster than other sites. The only sites affected by Google's page speed update are very slow websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author spartan14
    But what if we go from a local internet cofee etc and we check our website speed load ?
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