Pagespeed findings

  • Compare your competitors Core Web Vitals

    New free tool alert! You can now compare multiple websites Core Web Vitals with each other, for free! We made a nice start by comparing some different industries.

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  • Web Performance Experts Guide to Mastering Interaction to Next Paint (INP)

    It’s March 12th, 2024, a big day in the web performance community! Today we see Interaction to Next Paint take its (rightful) place in the Core Web Vitals, replacing First Input Delay (FID) as the primary metric for measuring website responsiveness and interactivity. This comprehensive guide, which includes insights from 13 web performance specialists, will provide you with the knowledge and practical advice you need to master INP.

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  • INP replacing FID, FID to be removed from Google tools

    We have an INP date. And this doesn't only mean that FID stops being a Core Web Vital metric. FID is facing more consequences and will never be the same again. Here's what to expect.

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  • Shopify launches Core Web Vitals dashboard for Liquid shops

    By saying "Goodbye speed scores; Hello real users," Shopify is getting rid of the single Lighthouse score and switching to RUM data from real users. We can only applaud this choice. For Shopify merchants, who is eligible and what information will you still be missing?

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  • Understanding the value of site speed

    You're losing a lot of money for your webshop if you don't prioritize pagespeed. A 1 millisecond improvement in site speed can boost mobile sales by 7 to 10 percent. This means that ROI can be very high and that milliseconds can literally make you millions, here are 7 reasons why.

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  • Case studies: the benefits of optimizing Core Web Vitals

    Popular case studies With many cool case studies for Core Web Vitals on the Internet, we have listed the most popular and reliable ones. Fine, you can quickly scan through them and see the added va

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  • Does GA4 measure website speed in 2024?

    Website speed tracking is not built-in to Google Analytics 4. This limitation is relevant since tracking real visitors' speed can reveal its impact on user engagement and conversion rates. Such data is essential for identifying website speed issues and projecting the ROI of speed-optimization work.

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  • Talk: Hyvä fixes all my Magento pagespeed issues, right?

    Let's talk! The state of Magento's pagespeed and Core Web Vitals in 2024. The issues we resolved, the difficulties we still encounter, and the mistakes we want to avoid that could hurt UX and conversion rates.

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  • Performance.now() 2023 slides

    How proud we are to have sponsored an event like this, because what a community this is. Welcoming, friendly, open and people are happy to explain everything to you. Together we all have one goal, and that is to make the internet faster for ourselves, but more importantly; the end user. Were you unable to attend performance.now() 2023, but interested in the slides? Or do you simply want to watch the brilliant talks again? All of the slides from the talks are linked here.

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  • How RUMvision is enabling future web features for website owners

    If you're using a RUM solution to monitor your website's performance and user experience, you might wonder how you can participate in origin trials. Here's where RUMvision steps in to make the process seamless and hassle-free.

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  • Long Animation Frames

    The new LoAF API makes debugging a high INP a lot easier and more insightful, aside from being a new technique it sounds fun. Read and see more about how the LoAF API can help you and how RUMvision makes it insightful for you.

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  • How RUMvision leads the way in Real User Monitoring

    Every click counts in today's digital world, so having good website performance is crucial. Just a fraction of a second can mean the difference between a satisfied who stays and a dissatisfied user who leaves. This is where Real User Monitoring and Google Chrome origin trials can truly make a change, and help make the web better. Learn how!

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  • A step in to the future of the web. What are Origin Trials?

    Origin trials allow developers and RUM providers to try out new features and give feedback on usability, practicality, and effectiveness to the web standards community. As most are shipped as well, it could be considered a crucial step in to the future of the web.

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  • 5 quick wins in UX and pagespeed for Black Friday

    Black Friday is just around the corner! What can you do to make sure your users experience is optimal? Allow us to share 5 quick-wins to make sure you do not miss out on conversions or brand loyalty in the long run.

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  • New knowledge base live - your one way stop to RUMvision mastery 📄

    With many features come many explanations, and we've outgrown our simple FAQ module. Allow us to guide you through our new knowledge base, which includes extensive assistance in getting the most out of RUMvision. From getting started, to video's, to deepdiving into the filters, we've got you covered.

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  • How an input element in the head can slow down your website

    When it comes to optimizing website performance, we usually focus on lowering JavaScript and optimizing CSS. But there are other, less well-known factors that can have a big effect on how fast a page loads and user experience. In this article, we'll talk about an interesting thing that was found during a pagespeed audit for a Dutch charity site: a misplaced element in the that caused unexpected behavior and slowed down the loading of important resources. We'll talk more about what this means and how it affects the user experience and the Core Web Vitals.

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