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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 the result 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.

    Performance Matters

    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 Geekflare Audit, you can check how fast your website loads completely, or in other words, how fast your online business gets to work!

    The test includes three types of speed tests: overall loading time, Time to First Byte (TTFB) and, first contentful paint. And, several other performance metrics.

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    Desktop or Mobile

    Desktop or Mobile

    Around 50% of website traffic comes from mobile devices. You don’t know what you are losing if the site is not optimized for mobile.

    Don’t settle with desktop testing. Check how your website load on mobile browser. Not just the final screenshot but see how it was rendered, progressively.

    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.

    Best Practices

    Test critical things which is widely practiced industry wide and often recommended by experts.

    • HTTPS support
    • Accessible over HTTP/2
    • If using deprecated APIs
    • Displaying image with correct aspect ratio
    • Front-end JavaScript vulnerabilities
    • Preventing pasting password

    Each metric is well explained so if some failed then you know what you need to fix them.

    Best Practices
    Diagnostics and recommendations

    Diagnostics and recommendations

    The Website Audit tool gives you a detailed diagnostics breakdown of all the important.

    For instance, you will see if DOM size is excessive, JavaScript execution time, caching policy, critical resources chaining, number of requests, total size of the page and a lot 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.

    Request Waterfall

    A beautiful request waterfall to inspect each request. Get the complete picture of what’s going on to load the entire webpage.

    You can find timing like blocked, send, wait, receive and total time taken to load every request. This would be handy to troubleshoot if a particular resource is slowing down your site.

    Response header is available for all the requests which can help to investigate HTTP version, caching, compression, etc.

    Not sure what to look into the waterfall?

    No worries, download the HAR file and send it to your webmaster.

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    Request Breakdown

    A quick glance on the total requests were made to load the webpage by content type, content size, response code, domain.

    This will be useful to know if your webpage is having lots of resources which is contributing in slowing down the site.

    Honestly, Geekflare Website Audit tool is a no-brainer. It’s completely free, takes 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.

    Another thing to focus on reliable and performance oriented hosting platform. If using WordPress then try Kinsta.

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