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Page load speed is becoming one of the fundamentals of usable web. Users become more and more demanding and the web has been headed from complexity to speed and simplicity for a long time. It is good to check your web load speed, optimize it and identify weak spots. Marketing Miner represents the solution for bulk audit of more URLs at once and thanks to that, an easier and faster identification of weak spots from the load speed point of view.

To import data, a user uses the section URL Miners, where they import URL dataset using one of the methods of import. In case of load speed audit, it is either import of the sitemap or some example URLs.



By clicking on Select Miners a user then gets to miner selection.

Miner selection and audit processing
After getting to miner selection, a user selects PageSpeed miner and selects what data should the miner collect:

PageSpeed: (Inspects data on page load speed, server response time, size of sources and many more)
PageSpeed Issues: (Identifies weak spots and suggests, which problems should be solved)
Mobile Friendly: (Testing, whether a page is optimized for mobile devices)
Usability: (Identifies weak spots in web usability)



Output example
Example of output report

Column description

Keyword/URL: Tested URL
Load Time: Load time of a page in ms
DOM Content Loaded: Load time DOM in ms
Server Response: Time Response time of server in ms
Requests: Number of requests sent when page is loading
Redirected Requests: Number of requests that were redirected (unnecessary delay)
Error Requests: Number of requests that directed to non-existent sources
Requested Domains: Number of various domains, where the requests went to
Image Size: Total size of images when loading a page
Javascript Size: Total size of JS sources when loading a page
CSS Size: Total CSS source size when loading a page
HTML Size: Size of HTML in case it's stated in Content-length
Other Size: Total size of other loaded sources (videos,..)
First Biggest Request: First biggest source when loading a page
Second Biggest Request: Second biggest source when loading a page
Third Biggest Request: Third biggest source when loading a page
Mobile_friendly: Identification, whether URL is usable in mobile devices as well
Score: PageSpeed Score according to PageSpeed Insights
AvoidLandingPageRedirects: There are unnecessary redirects on the page. More info
EnableGzipCompression: Web uses Gzip compression. More info
LeverageBrowserCaching: Web uses source caching correctly. More info
MainResourceServerResponseTime: Server response is sufficiently fast. More info
MinifyCss: URL uses minified CSS sources. More info
MinifyHTML: URL uses minified HTML. More info
MinifyJavaScript: URL uses minified JS sources. More info
MinimizeRenderBlockingResources: URL efficiently loads sources in a way that a user can see the content as soon as possible. More info
OptimizeImages: URL uses optimized images. More info
PrioritizeVisibleContent: Detects, whether bigger sources are necessary to load a content above the fold and whether that causes its loading to slow down. More info
AvoidPlugins: Detection of loading of web plugins , which is better to avoid (Flash, Silverlight,...). More info
ConfigureViewport: Detection, whether a viewport for various devices is configured correctly. More info
SizeContentToViewport: Detection, whether the content on various devices is still accessible without horizontal scrolling. More info
SizeTapTargetsAppropriately: Audit of usability of elements according to their size on various devices. More info
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