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sukanto Kuri
Jun 27, 2022
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SEO is multifaceted and each optimization factor depends on other factors. Photo Retouching You can attract users and create top-notch content related to your search intent, but if your page loads slowly, users won't have the opportunity to read this great content you're creating for your website. The user is impatient and bounces if he has to wait a few seconds or more. Think With Google load time and bounce rate graphics Think With Google data But can you blame them? Think about how frustrating you are when you have to watch the loading wheel spin for something that Photo Retouching feels like eternity. 3 different loading wheel icons This is a necessary idea when working on Photo Retouching performance optimization work. Working from a place that empathizes with the user will result in the most meaningful improvements. advertisement Continue reading below Understand the various viewing conditions of users Empathy with users is a great starting point, but you also need to understand and support how users are accessing your website. For example, which device and browser do you use to access your website? What kind of internet connection do they use to browse? These differences in browsing conditions can have a greater impact on performance than expected. This is shown by the results of testing the JavaScript processing time of the CNN home page on various devices in Photo Retouching WebPageTest. JavaScript processing time of CNN graph The iPhone 8, a high-end device with a better CPU, loaded the CNN homepage in 4 seconds compared to the Moto G4, which loaded in 13 seconds. advertisement Continue reading below However, the results of Alcatel 1X, which loaded the same page in 36 seconds, were even more dramatic. Processing time for 3 different phones Photo Retouching Performance is not a "one score fits all" scenario. This can vary significantly depending on each user's viewing criteria. The Audiences tab in Google Analytics is a great place to find out and investigate how your users are visiting your website. For example, go to Audience> Mobile> Devices to see the most commonly used device splits. Google Analytics Mobile Device Report .
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