In Google Analytics you can check the average PageSpeed of a website, as well as other speed metrics.
You can find the report in the category “content” under “website speed.”
When using the key values from Google Analytics, it is important keep a few things in mind. Google will take redirects into account when they calculate the average page load time and they will only calculate the website-speed for users whose browser is able to support the HTML5-interface “Navigation Timing” or those who have installed the Google Toolbar. This can be the reason why these key values may fluctuate or why they may be different compared to other evaluations
Over the years, Google has been adding more and more information to the search results, aside from the Adwords and organic search results, in order to enhance the search experience. The Featured Snippets are a format which is supposed to provide users with a concise, direct answer to their questions […]
What are the two things that a search result page on Google and a supermarket shelf have in common? They serve a specific purpose. They only have limited space available (constraint) In both cases, the constraint is the limiting factor for the performance of the entire system. The supermarket might […]
A “relaunch” is effectively a “reboot” and in our case means the fundamental revision of a web presence. A so-called “website relaunch” does not have to be limited to design changes only. Rather, it gives you the opportunity to review and redesign content, simplify the navigation structure or optimize the […]