Google , Twitter and Publishers Seek Faster Web Pages. How To Check Your Blog Page Speed!

Google , Twitter and Publishers Seek Faster Web Pages. How To Check Your Blog Page Speed!

Google , Twitter and Publishers Seek Faster Web Pages.

How To Check Your Web Blog Page Speed!

New York Times in its recent post talks about the need of web speed.

Mobile phones are much in use and almost everyone do browsing and reading through their cell phones.

Then the loading speed of the site is an important issue.  The report says Google, Twitter and Other Publishers seek for faster web pages.

Check out the News Report from New York Times HERE

And it is a must thing to check your page’s speed and improve your speed

Here is an easy method to check your blog/web page speed!

You can create your speed test video too like the one I created below!

To find out yours Please Click On the Below Link:

WEBPAGETEST

Now the thing is suppose your page loading is very slow you need to do some exercise to increase your web/blog page’s speed?

Here is an informative post written by Karol  on the pages of CodeinwpBlog under the title:

11 Ways to Speed Up WordPress

 

webpage speed test

Source:

 

New York Times

Webpagetest.org

Codeinwp.com

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12 Comments


  1. This is great info, Philip.

    It’s really important to keep up the speed on your site and your link to Karol K’s “11 Ways” how to do it is most helpful.

    I tried to access your “WEBPAGETEST” link but got a 404. I got to the site from your link further down the page to webpagetest.org, though.

    My site was 4.6 on first test, 2.1 on second. What’s the difference between the two?

    Thanks again for a most helpful article.
    David Merrill 101 recently posted…List Building On My MindMy Profile

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    1. Hi David what a joy to see you here again. :-) :-) :-)
      I am so glad that you checked it and got an A rank.
      Oh my! I too have no idea about it, hopefully if we
      raise this doubt on their page you may get an answer.
      Thank you once again for your valuable time on my page.
      Keep sharing.
      Regards to You and Donna.
      Have a wonderful weekend.
      ~ Philips

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  2. Hello Philip,
    As David has stated I too clicked on the first link anxious to see how fast my page loaded only to get a 404 message,
    but then did click the link below and Wala. I was there and did take the test and everything checked out with an A.

    There was some more jibberish but I had no idea what that data was LOL

    Anyways I have always been curious about this and do thank you for the information.
    Chery :))
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  3. Hello Chery,

    Nice to see you here again! :-) :-) :-)

    Yes, it was in the spam folder and i pulled it and put back on the right place!! LOL

    Nice that you too tested it and am sorry to note the starting trouble!! Woo Hoo!!

    Sad to know that my comment box captch is still troubling you, here it is showing
    fine and in fact it is very visible too here!! :-)

    Anyways thanks for taking such a lot of pain to post comments here. :-)

    May you have a wonderful weekend

    Best Regards

    ~Philip

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  4. Hi Philip. Page speed has been an issue for me for a while. Over the last few months, I did all that was recommended, apart from changing to a faster delivery system. I reduced the number of plugins, cleared the database, added extra cache features etc. I improved the Google speed test score but was still scoring F for load time with Webpagetest.

    Last week I took the plunge and changed to cloud hosting with a new provider. I still need to do a few tweaks but I’m now scoring A. I’m now in the process of moving my other sites across.

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  5. Hi Philip,

    You have mentioned the best tips to balance the speed of website, I liked your tips much and will use those techniques in my website.

    As far as I know Web Speed is a Search Engine and SEO ranking signal as well, as Alexa cares much about it.

    By the way, I am your new visitor, your blog rocks :)

    Best Regards,
    Aimal
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  6. Hi Philip
    Great reminder how many people are on mobile devices and for them speed is king and queen!

    Great tips and tools as well to check your speed and improve upon it

    So easy to forget this

    Thanks

    Mary
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  7. Hello, Philip!

    Page and site speed is definitely not only important but also beneficial. We need to make our sites as user-friendly as possible, right?

    I read the NY Times article. This was the main thought, “The goal is to develop a universal standard for publishers — one that could be used to load articles more quickly wherever they appear. But accomplishing that while retaining the look and feel of those pages has proved difficult.”

    Thank you for all the great info Philip!

    Deborah
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  8. Hi Philip,

    Thanks for sharing great Info in shape of this lovely post. It is very important to keep up the speed of any website because those websites which has good speed rank faster. You have shared with us some great tips to balance the speed of our websites and blogs.

    Thank you once again for fantastic share :)

    Regards

    Mairaj

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  9. Thanks for the amazing tip.
    Page speed is very important factor for deciding the search engine rank.

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  10. Hi Philip,

    I was using Gtmetrix for enquiring about the speed of my site. But I think knowing about more sites which we optimize our website is great.
    So, thanks for sharing these tips.

    Reply

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