Google PageSpeed ​​Insight Introduction

Google PageSpeed ​​Insight is an excellent free SEO tool that allows us to easily get detailed information about our website's page loading speed. Page loading speed is considered a ranking factor by Google. So of course we should think about this, and try to increase this speed.

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You can say that you can use Google Page Speed ​​Insight to have geometrics.

My answer is, gtmetrix shows the loading time of an entire site, but when a visitor comes to my site, he or she will not initially see what's on the bottom of my footer, so the loading time of the entire site can help you a lot. No, hold on to the visitor's site. You have to first show the elements in Above the Fold (without any scroll to the part of the site) to the visitor, then they will stay on your site and scroll through the other elements. And Google's PageSpeed ​​Insight tells us about the loading time of each part.

So let's start a detailed discussion about this page speed checker tool from Google.

What is Google PageSpeed ​​Insight?


Through PageSpeed ​​Insight (PSI) we can find out about the loading time of a webpage, where data is provided for both mobile and desktop versions. It also tells how to improve the performance of this page. It's a free tool from Google or a free SEO tool.

Links to the tool: https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/

An important part of Google PageSpeed ​​Insight

Performance Score


At the beginning of the report, PSI gives a page performance score, which is determined by the lighthouse. And later it is analyzed and given the Lab Data report. A score of 9 or higher is considered fast and slow or slow speeds of 50 to 90 medium and below 50 are considered.


Field Data




Click the photo edge to enlarge the image It provides information about our First Contentful Paint (FCP) and First Input Delay (FID) data using Google's Chrome User Experience Report.


Lab Data


The Lighthouse examines the website or page separately on mobile and metrics and provides information on how Content Content looks like First Contentful Paint, Speed ​​Index, Time to Interactive, First Meaningful Paint, First CPU Idle, Estimated Input Latency.


 First Contentful Paint (FCP)

When we click on a website link or type in a link, the first part of the site that appears is a picture, text or menu, which refers to that time. But this does not mean the entire website's loading time.


First Meaningful Paint (FMP)

This is where any primary part of the website will work properly, such as a button will work, the menu will function correctly or a form will be activated correctly. That is, the part of the site that is first active.


Speed ​​Index

This metric indicates how long all content on the site is loaded.


First CPU Idle

Within a short period of time my site becomes fairly ready for the user. This does not mean that all images, buttons or links on the website will work.


Time to Interactive

How long will a user be able to use or enjoy all the elements of my website? 


Max Potential First Input Delay

When a user comes to my site in an engagement such as clicking a button, link or image. Then its function refers to the time it takes to activate or load the browser.


Opportunities


This metric gives me ideas on how to make the loading time of my page or website faster and what causes these loading times to be delayed and how to fix them.


 Diagnostics



In this section I get information about important applications of the website like cache, domain size, payload, javascript, CSS and more.


 Passed Audits


This report will show me exactly what I have been able to do on my site, such as minifi css, js, compression and so on.     If a website has to perform well on Google search engine result page, its page loading speed must be good. If you like the content, please share with everyone. Thanks for being with me.

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