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It is very important that you, as a website owner, have a site that loads quickly. This is because when users come and click on your site to find some piece of information or check something out, they will only want to wait for so long for the page to load. On average, people tend to get impatient with a slow-loading website within around five seconds.
By that point, the user is likely to refresh (which does not help if the website itself is slow) or just click the back button on their browser and try a different website. That is traffic that you lost because of slowness.
You want to make sure that your website loads quickly so that this doesn’t happen to you. Of course, there will always be times when every site loads slowly, due to a certain computer being slow, or someone’s internet being slow, but don’t let it be the fault of your website itself.
What this tool is
You can use our free Page Speed Checker tool to test the speed of a URL in real time without you having to wait for a long time for this tool to process. You will get your results just as fast as your website itself will load.
This tool works in almost all types of browsers, too. You will get rich, important information when you use the tool for checking your page speed. If you discover that your website is slow, you can make improvements on your end to speed up the loading time and avoid losing customers to impatience.
How this tool works
This tool can check your website speed in an instant, in almost all countries worldwide. It is free and requires no download. Simply input the URL of the website you would like to check, then click 'submit.'
You will see the overall time it takes for your website to load, and then information splitting down the links within. You will get a specific count of the number of CSS links, script links, image links, and other resource links. Below that, separated by link type, you will get a list of those links as URLs, and the specific time it took for each one of those links on its own.
This way, you can find out exactly what the culprit is in your slow website speed. You can address a particularly slow link directly and improve your loading speed easily.