On September 10, 2013 Google launched a new website speed tool called PageSpeed Insights . This new tool was a great thing for the SEO industry- as far as I know there is no other free tool out there that allows you to test any web page you want from any location in the world. It provides a ton of information geared towards mobile devices and they even provide a download of the original report generated directly from their servers.
Google Pagespeed Insights is a site that allows you to test your page speed and score it. Once you have a score you can use Google's recommendations in order to improve your score. In this article we will be going over all of those recommendations, step by step, to show how to get a perfect score on this website.
Google Pagespeed Insights is an excellent way to test the load times of your page, and see areas where you can improve. It gives a score out of 100 based on a collection of metrics, and if your score is above 85 you are in the top 25% of the Internet as far as response times go. There are also suggestions provided for how to improve your website speed for even better scores.
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Google Pagespeed Insights is a free and open source tool created by Google to test the performance of a website. This lightweight extension gives you an at-a-glance view of your score out of 100, with a breakdown of how you can improve.
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