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Discussion in 'Show Cases & Centmin Testimonials' started by eva2000, May 24, 2014.

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  1. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Revisiting this forum's index page Webpagetest across a variety of browser clients and devices for 5Mbps cable and 4G mobile speeds (9Mbps) for following:
    • Dulles, VA - Chrome - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Thinkpad T430 - Chrome - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Asus Aspire i3 2017 - Chrome - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Raspberry Pi 3 B - Chromium - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Raspberry Pi 4 - Chromium - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Moto G4 - Chrome - 4G
    • Dulles, VA - Alcatel 1X - Chrome - 4G
    • Dulles, VA - OnePlus 5 - Chrome - 4G
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Webpagetest comparison tests continued from previous post for following browser client speed profiles
    • Dulles, VA - Chrome - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Thinkpad T430 - Chrome - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Asus Aspire i3 2017 - Chrome - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Raspberry Pi 3 B - Chromium - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Raspberry Pi 4 - Chromium - Cable
    • Dulles, VA - Moto G4 - Chrome - 4G
    • Dulles, VA - Alcatel 1X - Chrome - 4G
    • Dulles, VA - OnePlus 5 - Chrome - 4G
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    Google Lighthouse v6 and PageSpeed Insights v6 have been released with updated metrics outlined at WebPerf - PageSpeed - How to use webpagetest.org for page load speed testing. This is the first month after release of the new metrics so will track how this forum's main domain real world user page speed fairs via Google Chrome User Experience Reports (CRuX) data.

    Bear in mind this is real world users so if more slow visitors visit the forums and domain, then my averages would be lower even if I have improved my pagespeed optimisations. For example, if a visitor is watching a video on his PC, that can slow web browser render/load times dramatically - my test showed page render time for LCP jumped from 1-2 seconds to 19+ seconds WebPerf - PageSpeed - How to use webpagetest.org for page load speed testing !

    First my Google Core Web Vital metrics for April 2020

    cmm-forum-april-2020.png

    Then my Google Core Web Vital metrics for May 2020

    cmm-forum-may-2020.png

    Then historic metrics for past ~9 months as you can see some metrics are now slower - probably due to my increased visitor traffic from slow countries in Asia i.e. India, China and from South America, Brazil which would bring down my averages + changes in how many Google Adsense ads I have no on some pages being more than in the past.

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    You can get these reports from Google CRuX dashboard reports via Google Data Studio http://g.co/chromeuxdash
     
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    My Google Datastudio's custom Google Analytics sourced data dashboards tracking page speed for top visitor countries. As you can see China, India, Indonesia, Brazil and even a spike from Germany have pulled down my pagespeed averages compared to USA !

    Overall for Jan 1 to Jun 10, 2020

    google-datastudio-pagespeed-jan1-jun10-2020-01.png
    USA vs India
    google-datastudio-pagespeed-jan1-jun10-2020-02.png

    USA only
    google-datastudio-pagespeed-jan1-jun10-2020-03.png
    India only
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    China only
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    Germany only - wow 200+ second spike at end of April 2020 !
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    Indonesia only with spike to 40 seconds in Jan 2020

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    Brazil only
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    Not satisfied with default Google CRuX Reports, I created my own via Google Data Studio with combined Google Analytics + Google CRuX data sources - an insight into my year to date CRuX LCP, FCP, TTB, FID metrics as well as month to date GA metrics :)

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    Finally got both mobile and desktop page speed metrics optimised into the 'good URLs' category for Google Webmaster Console's Speed Report for real world LCP and FID metrics :D

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