July 14, 2015 at 1:26 pm #4877
Here are some handy tools to check out your website performance.
Keep in mind that these tools point out many “flaws” that are not realistic or worth doing for a small Web site. But they do point out major problems and help you find the easy (and less costly) fixes.
Simple “acid” test to see if your site meets Google’s standard. With Google’s recent change in how they use a Web site’s mobile “friendliness” as a search ranking factor mobile performance is very important.
NOTE: this test is HIGHLY critical and takes website “tuning” to the extreme… it is VERY biased since Google would like every website to perform like a Ferrari. Understand that “speed” costs… and just like an automobile, the faster you want to go, the more it costs… websites are the same. There are MANY things that can be done to improve speed, but each level of speed increase costs exponentially more $$$.
Also very critical. But provides lots of detail on what can be done to improve. Mobile test is a bit flaky and not always accurate.
View your site on different mobile device sizes and formats.
Not a true, perfect rendering, but gives a good idea how your website looks on popular mobile platforms… there are now +700 different mobile systems and sizes.
Hope this helps,
DougJuly 15, 2015 at 8:12 am #12816
This is very cool – thanks!December 27, 2015 at 5:41 pm #14396
Here is another free tool for checking your Google position for specific keywords. Good way to check your SEO.
http://www.whatsmyserp.com/July 21, 2017 at 12:37 am #27310
Thanks for sharing the helpful information.
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