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About Website Performance Audit

A website audit is a process of assessing a website on various parameters that contribute to its search engine ranking and user experience. If you think you’ve created the best possible content and are making all the marketing efforts but still not getting the results, you need a website audit to reveal the hidden pieces of the puzzle.

On this page, you’ll find several essential and precise tools that can test your website and offer you suggestions on helping your site reach its full potential. We’ve built these tools bespoke, based on our unique experience of managing and growing high-traffic, high-revenue websites.

What’s included in the Website Audit?

Here’s a sneak peek into what analysis you can expect on this page and how they can help you.

Performance test - How fast your website load isn’t just positive for the end-user experience; in fact, search engines now levy a hefty penalty on slow websites. Using the Speed Test, you can check how fast your website loads completely, or in other words, how fast your online business gets to work! This test includes three types of speed tests: overall loading time, Time to First Byte (TTFB), and page size.

Best practices test - This test measures critical things like whether your website uses HTTPS, whether it supports HTTP/2, the total number of requests the page makes, etc. These are the most fundamental metrics for your website security and performance.

Rendering - Your website is loaded directly into a browser engine running on our servers, and the output is captured and shown. This allows you to see what the site will look like to end-user, saving you from the but-it-works-on-my-machine-perfectly mistakes.

Diagnostics and recommendations - The Website Audit tool gives you a detailed diagnostics breakdown of all the important. For instance, you will see all the JavaScript libraries found on the page, outdated JavaScript and browser APIs used, if any, request timeline, and more. But more than that, you get concrete suggestions on how to improve your score. For instance, it will tell you which JavaScript libraries still have known security vulnerabilities and should be avoided. You will see which assets you can compress to save on response time and page size (not to mention, bandwidth bills), and which scripts you can push further down the page or load lazily to improve page performance.

Honestly, the Website Audit tool is a no-brainer. It’s completely free, taken a few seconds to finish, and provides clear actionable recommendations. Even if you’re not technically sound yourself, you can pass these on to your developer, and they’ll be able to implement these in no time — but without using the Website Audit tool, getting a list of these recommendations is almost impossible.

How do you improve website performance?

One of the quickest ways to improve the site performance is by using a CDN. There are many, but I find SUCURI is unique.

SUCURI offer global CDN and cloud-based WAF, which means you get performance and security, both.

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