Pagespeed findings

  • What is the Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)?

    The Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) metric helps to determine the loading speed of the largest visible element on a website. It is an important factor in providing a positive user experience and is considered a key component of the Core Web Vitals. The LCP measures the loading time of the largest visual element on a site, helping to ensure that users can access and interact with the content as quickly as possible.

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  • Are Core Web Vitals affected by Google Ads?

    Our data shows that the question should actually be: by how much? And a bad Time to First Byte will even impact both user engagement and Core Web Vitals, via the First Contentful Paint and Largest Contentful Paint metrics. This happens because Google Ads will add a redirect for tracking purposes once a user clicks. Add inefficient caching rules on top of this, and you've got yourselves expensive traffic that is less likely to convert.

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  • Why you should not lazyload your pagespeed monitoring script

    It's often especially JavaScript that will be impacting your Lighthouse score. So, delaying any JavaScript feels like a good idea. And maybe you want lazyload RUMvision as well. Because despite being a monitoring solutions and giving you insights into real UX, it's still yet another JavaScript file. Let's discuss if it's safe to lazyload RUMvision.

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  • Why you need a real user monitoring (RUM) tool

    You've launched your website, and it's live. Now what? In order to keep improving your site's user experience, you need a tool that can give you insights into how real users are experiencing your site. This is where real user monitoring comes in—it's the practice of collecting data from actual visitors as opposed to synthetic visits or non-human agents like crawlers or bots.

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  • How to measure Core Web Vitals?

    There are several ways to measure your Core Web Vitals. But which one gives you the most reliable results and why? And which one is best for you?

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  • Chrome version 106 eliminates the need for an EV certificate

    As of Chrome 106, Chrome will no longer be doing Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) revocation checks by default for Extended Validation (EV) certificates. This led to a direct performance improvement for sites using an EV certification.

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  • How device capabilities might impact your site speed

    That smartphones come in many types and price ranges we all know. But do you also know that this can have a lot of impact on your site speed and the user's experience?

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  • How in-app browsers can impact your pagespeed

    We all know them, in-app browsers. Some people are happy to continue browsing in them, while others prefer to opt straight into their familiar browsers. Whether this is for privacy or pagespeed reasons.

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  • How many pageviews do you need for pagespeed monitoring?

    We get this question quite a lot. And rightfully so. If you started monitoring, then you might be ahead of your competition already. But now you want to draw conclusions from recent deploys as well. But how many pageviews do you need?

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  • 9 Optimization tips to pass Core Web Vitals assessment

    You must receive a "good" score for each of the three Core Web Vitals based on field data, to pass the Core Web Vitals assessment. Get tips on how you can achieve this, and why you should.

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  • Core Web Vitals and SEO

    Can Core Web Vitals have an effect on your SEO? Continue reading to find out whether or not this group of metrics is used as a ranking factor.

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  • What is Google Lighthouse and how to use it?

    Lighthouse is a popular tool for determining a website's load time and other relevant web metrics. It's possible that this is due to the fact that Google is the most popular search engine in the world. But what exactly is Lighthouse? What's the secret to making it work for you? Here, we'll explain how it works and what you can do with the information it provides you.

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  • Make sure to check your caching rules

    Visitors arrive at your website or webshop from various sources. One of those sources is probably google ads, facebook ads or another source that uses a query string. But beware: these campaigns and ads you have running can impact the user experience negatively.

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  • Why RUMvision isn’t like any other RUM solution

    With many RUM solutions available, the biggest challenge for us was to bring something new to the market. Fortunately, experience also brings irritations and we started developing from there. What were we missing in RUM solutions that really shouldn't have been missing?

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  • 9 motives that led to creating RUMvision

    We're here to chase pagespeed. We're not the only one though. We'll explain why we are taking the leap of introducing another pagespeed and RUM solution.

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  • What are the Core Web Vitals?

    Core Web Vitals are a set of metrics that Google uses to evaluate the overall user experience of a website. In this blog, we will discuss what Core Web Vitals are, why they are important for SEO, and how to optimize your website to meet them.

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