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If a website does not respond quickly enough, there may be several reasons. Sometimes a slow, obsolete or with insufficient memory is the fault of the Web server. A common reason, however, is that the page is overloaded with scripts or takes too long to load more resources such as CSS and images.
PageSpeed is the loading time of the entire website. How long a page from the home browser needs to load is not necessarily meaningful. The quality of the connection and the equipment of the computer can distort the judgment here very much; Besides, no webmaster likes to admit that his site has a bad page speed.
PageSpeed is not only important for search engine optimization, but also one of the most important performance factors for user experience. Slow loading pages are the reason for most bounces - users do not want to wait long to see the page. In shops, improvements to PageSpeed can result in dramatic improvements in the conversion rate. Conversely, low page speed is reflected in high bounce rates. This factor is especially drastic in shop visits of mobile devices. A swift responsive design can significantly improve PageSpeed and thus the shop turnover. Performance is also a ranking factor, and therefore PageSpa is essential when it comes to good rankings. While Google is still likely to rate the relevance of a page as more important, the faster page could be more likely to be more relevant. Especially in industries with strong competition, PageSpeed could be the tip of the scales.
It is often tempting to install a Wordpress plugin, a nice widget, an affiliate box ... But each one of these resources must be requested, transferred, and displayed in the browser. That feeds on Page Speed. If good page speed values are to be used, then the limitation to the essentials is a worthy maxim - or at least an accurate consideration as to whether the additional charging time is weighed with a corresponding benefit for the visitors. The fewer requests for loading a single page, the faster it can usually be displayed. At PageSpeed you can also drag the technical setup: too large and uncompressed images or CSS files, a high server response time, slow databases or the lack of compression like GZIP can slow down the page. Especially the file sizes of the individual resources play a role for the PageSpeed. But also the duration of the transmission of servers from third parties - such as widgets - can affect PageSpeed. For very large and data-intensive websites even the use of a content delivery network could significantly improve the page speed.
The seotoolsearch.com Page Speedanalyse
The seotoolsearch.com Page Speed Analysis tests for you which resources a page requests and how long it takes for the loading of the respective resource - CSS file, image, script, font or other - to be completed. This is how you identify "brakes" and can decide which of these bottle cages you do not want and which you want to replace with more efficient solutions.