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Page Speed

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by isoft110, Dec 3, 2018.

  1. #1
    Hello.

    What is best way for page speed optimization. If i have like 80 score for desktop version and 45 for mobile.
    Already compressed images and set up redirects.
    Which is best way to improve my mobile version score?
    SEMrush
     
    isoft110, Dec 3, 2018 IP
    SEMrush
  2. mrb1129

    mrb1129 Well-Known Member

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    In what metrics you have scored 45?
     
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    you can use something like https://gtmetrix.com/ will help give you a list of things that needs to be done.

    If all that is good to go then next I would look at the type of hosting you are on. If you are on a shared server that could be a reason as it may be over sold and causing the site to load slow. If it is the host I would reach out to them and see if there is anything they can do. If not options would be find a new host or upgrade to a VPS plan.
     
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    Jim4767 Prominent Member

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    I recently went over my entire website and removed some JavaScript items that I didn't really need. That led to a significant improvement in my pages' speed. My Google Search Console's "Time Spent Downloading a Page (in milliseconds)" is now reduced to an average of 95 milliseconds.
     
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  5. isoft110

    isoft110 Peon

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    Google PageSpeed Insights (mobile)
     
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    You can check your website speed by pingdom and gtmetrix tool
     
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    If you have already tried the compressing of images then try removing the obsolete java script files and try changing your hosting from shared to vpn as you will get dedicated cpu,ram and disk space that will certainly help you out.
     
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    All true. And I would love to change from shared hosting to a VPN. An additional speed boost in doing that is that in my hosting service (Godaddy) a VPN will give you the speed-boosting HTTP/2 that their shared hosting does not offer. Unfortunately, a VPN is a more expensive option.
     
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  10. Usama Azam

    Usama Azam Greenhorn

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    First of all, you have to check the reports provided by the tools to improve your score. Secondly, you can use a CDN like Cloudflare to improve speed.
     
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    Thank you all for the answers, I appreciate it.
    Now I have implemented many recommendations and reach 65/85 points.
    Google Pagespeed analytics still recommend reducing ttfb and removing some CSS rendering blocking resources, but if I eliminate them, the site will look awful in the first second.
    But that is not all. In some cases, the same resources give a much larger delay in the mobile version, why is that?
     
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    You can improve your mobile version score as below:
    • Leverage browser caching.
    • Enable compression.
    • Optimize images.
    • Minify CSS, JavaScript and HTML.
    • Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content.
    • Avoid or minimize redirects to accelerate mobile pages.
     
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