Google Pagespeed Insights Checker
Pagespeed Insights Checker
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About Pagespeed Insights Checker
PageSpeed is often confused with "site speed". This is the sample page speed of your site's page views. Page speed is either the "page load time" (the time it takes to fully display the content of a particular page) or the "time to first byte". It can be represented by anyone. Web server.
PageSpeed Insights is a tool provided by Google for web developers (and the curious) who want an overview of the performance of the pages they see.
Why did the PageSpeed Insights score change?
If you have used the PageSpeed Test tool in the past, you may notice that your score has changed. Uptrends gets PageSpeed Insight scores and subsequent recommendations from Google. Scoring has changed because Google has changed the way it calculates scores in the fifth version of the PageSpeed Insights API.
Previously, PageSpeed Insights scores were primarily based on the rules used to reduce page size and speed up the rendering process. The new version takes these things into account but adjusts the score based on other factors derived from Lighthouse diagnostic tools (lab data) and field data (experience).
Why should I be concerned about PageSpeed Insights scores?
Google ranks pages with high fast mobile performance scores, so you need a high score to improve your page SEO. Research shows that users value speed above all else, and page performance is directly related to bounce rate, user satisfaction, conversion rate, and revenue.
Why is a high Page Speed Insight score important?
Google has created its own page speed checking tool, PageSpeed Insight. This makes it easy to identify ways to make your site faster and more mobile-friendly by following web best practice recommendations.
Very few websites get a score of 100 out of 100 with the Page Speed Insight tool, and a score of 90 or more with the Page Speed Insight tool is considered a perfect score, so it is always a score of 100 / 100.
PageSpeed Insights (PSI) reports page performance on desktop and mobile devices and provides suggestions on how to improve that page.
PSI provides laboratory and field data on the page. Lab data is collected in a controlled environment to help you debug performance issues. However, you may not be able to capture the actual bottleneck. Field data helps capture the actual user experience but has a more limited set of metrics.