What is Google Page Speed Score of Your Blog?

Atul Kumar Pandey
Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

After huge tries, finally I got 99 score in Google Page Speed for my website and now its your time to check and tell what is your Page Speed score.

Edited 5 years ago
Reason: i was used link which i later know not allowed
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DS
DS
from Mumbai
5 years ago
Remove your blog link from thread description. Its not allowed in the main forum.
Vishal Verma
Vishal Verma
from Bangalore
5 years ago

Remove link and your page speed is 96.. and mine is 76

Atul Kumar Pandey
Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

Thanks for letting me know that link is not allowed... vishal verma any idea how to get 100 score...

Vishal Verma
from Bangalore
5 years ago

google page speed service+ cdn+ very simple website theme with less images and other scripts= 100/100 Page Speed Score... I have tried this and got 100/100

Amar Naik
Amar Naik
from Ponda/Bangalore
5 years ago

why is google page speed important?

Arindam Sarkar
from Kolkata
5 years ago
faster website equals better user experience. that is a factor in your pages' Google rankings.
Atul Kumar Pandey
Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

Hello Amar,

Your answer is, the faster web the more better user experiance. In today's world, no one like a website which just load and keeps loading for time. Thus Page Speed is a tool made by Google to analyse what is your speed score. You can check your score from official Google Page Speed or in GTmetrix also. GTmetrix gives better idea on how a website is optimized for speed.

85+ Score is Considered Good for Homepage and 70+ for Insidepages.

Fairy Princess
from Delhi
5 years ago

How to check the score?

Arindam Sarkar
from Kolkata
5 years ago
https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/
Fairy Princess
from Delhi
5 years ago

Ok. I checked it. For mobile, it's 78/100, and for desktop, it's 83/100. I hope this score is ok. Innocent

Atul Kumar Pandey
Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

For a simple Overview Check out Your Score Here : https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/

For Detail Impacts Here With Page Speed and YSlow : http://gtmetrix.com

Atul Kumar Pandey
Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

Thanks Guys,

It was my very first post here and got good response. In optimizing my speed I finally got Good Page Speed Score in GTmetrix. Here is my result... http://gtmetrix.com/reports/www.gethow.org/Zl29cpdO and now feeling good that website is loading blazing fast even if their is hundred people online.

CyberKID
CyberKID
from India
5 years ago

So, I ran a test with Google Pagespeed and GTmetrix, and seems both the reports are way different. While google Pagespeed service shows my blog's pagespeed as 25 and 68 for mobile and desktop, GTmetrix shows it as A (91% - Pagespeed Grade) and D (62%-YSlow Grade). I believe the one shown by google Pagespeed service is correct, because it lists a few JS and CSS's which might have a drastic impact on the page speed.

Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

You can ignore YSlow grade if you are not using CDN otherwise 62% in YSlow is normal. Your Page Speed is Good.

Bushra M
Bushra M
from Bangalore
5 years ago

OMG! I just checked mine and it says... 79/100 for mobile and 38/100 for desktopCry I know it's real bad! What can I do to increase it?

Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

Mobile score is OK. But search engine's follow Desktop score to rak you in top. You must care on website's good and lighweight theme. No body likes slow website especially when you have countinious visitors flow.

Bushra M
from Bangalore
5 years ago

I am presently using a simple blog template. Can you please check out my blog and say what is slowing it down? Except the images ofcourse...

Ranjith
from hyderabad
5 years ago

Bushra, you are showing full posts ( instead of post snippets ) on your home page, so your page loading time will definitely be too high, especially considering the number of pictures you put in each post. Tongue out So, there is hardly anything you can do and I know that you don't want to reduce the images in your posts and decrease your chances of winning. Wink

If you check your score for some other page, for ex, the latest post, you will see that it is in 70's. So, not that bad.

If you want to increase your score, one simple way is to show only post snippets on the home page ( using page breaks which many do )

 

Fairy Princess
from Delhi
5 years ago

Ranjith, my home page doesn't show snipets...still ok score....but yes, I don't put as many pics as Bushra does.

Ranjith
from hyderabad
5 years ago

And, just follow the suggestions shown by google in the test report.

Optimizing images : The first image it is showing definitely needs compression. Undecided

Eliminate rendering JS and CSS in above the fold content : I think this can be done for the Google+ part. See here : https://developers.google.com/speed/docs/insights/UseAsync  : docblog post 

Leverage Browser Caching : This is not in your control, so ignore. Undecided

Ranjith
from hyderabad
5 years ago

@Pankti Right, Images is the main thing here : see the number of images on her home page. Tongue out

Even five-six complete blog posts won't have the size of a single image. Undecided

Bushra M
from Bangalore
5 years ago

Thank you so much for the info Ranjith and yes I don't want to reduce the images in my posts and decrease myyour chances of winningFoot in mouth Now how should I get these snippets for my blog? Is there any free way to do it?Foot in mouth

Bushra M
from Bangalore
5 years ago

Ranjith I dunno anything about this JS and CSSCry but I know that my BIG images look beautifulCool

Ranjith
from hyderabad
5 years ago

Bushra, see my blog and you'll know what snippets are. Instead of displaying the entire post on the home page, you show only the first few lines or paras. 

Go to your blogger dashboard and open the latest post for editing. Place the cursor after the first one or two paras. Click the 'Insert Jump Break' icon.

You will get a horizontal line in your post. Save the post and open your blog. The post will be shown only till the break point on the home page. Smile

Ranjith
from hyderabad
5 years ago

About that JS, every I'm not sure if it can be done. I'll see and tell you after my exams get over. Cool

Bushra M
from Bangalore
5 years ago

OMG! Guess what! Ijust did what you said and checked my score again and from 38 it has gone upto 75 NOW! Cry *tears of joy* WOW Ranjith you are COOOOOL!Cool Thank you for coming back here! We missed our hero!

Ranjith
from hyderabad
5 years ago

Laughing

Atul Kumar Pandey
Atul Kumar Pandey
from Mumbai
5 years ago

You are not using WordPress, you are using Blogger platform. I can not suggest you plugin which is done in minutes. But I suggest to use optimized images for size. In photoshop while saving images go with option "save for web devices" and set your clarity to 60 which is lossless quality. You can save upto 40% of your image size...

Bushra M
from Bangalore
5 years ago

Thank you Atul. I'll try this thing for my next postSmile

Hemal Shah
Hemal Shah
from Mumbai
5 years ago

The best you should go for is a combination of Y! Slow and Page Speed.

I have a PageSpeed score of 81 for my blog


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