Posted on May 18, 2011
We’re not talking about the length of time it takes to design a website or the amount of minutes it takes a Web visitor to read through your home page content. Speed matters when it comes to how long it takes to download a page on your website.
Google previously announced that it would consider page speed download when indexing pages in its search engine. Now, Google has a page speed analyzer for PC and mobile websites.
It’s no secret that websites that are slow to download are a problem for businesses.
Most people are not willing to wait even a few seconds for a website to download. Instead, they quickly move onto the next, faster website listed in the search results. Your clients are no different.
Google’s new page speed analyzer, which is available in Google Labs, will evaluate your website’s performance from the client point of view. According to Google, it measures the page load time, which is “the lapsed time between the moment a user requests a new page and the moment the page is fully rendered by the browser.” The analyzer assigns a grade and then lists suggested improvements.
Is your website loved by search engines and prospects?
At Foster Web Marketing, we make it a priority to stay updated on the current Internet trends and we make our clients’ websites ones that search engines (and potential clients) love. For information on how to create a powerful attorney website that brings results, contact us today at 888.886.0939.
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