Image Size (Kb
Image Size (Kb)
Examples of How Image Size Data is Used
- Example 1: Average Number of Images Per Page
- Example 2: Page Speed
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Benefits of Our Data
The file size of an image measured in Kilobytes (Kb).
Within the column for ‘image Size (Kb), the two options or the values we would return in the fields / cells are as follows:
Between 0.0 and infinity in Kb (Kilobytes)
If the file not an image or it is inaccessible, then the field will be left blank
There are various reasons why you would want to look at Image Size Data, we have set out some examples below.
You can easily total the number of images and divide this by a total page count, to get the average number of images per page. A metric most effective when looking at competitor or high-ranking sites for your target keywords. You can refine this to indexable, canonical HTML pages, to get a better data set.
Identifying large file size images is important as wherever these images are loaded, they can increase page load times. Identifying these images is the first step in either making recommendation or reducing the image file size
This is a direct measurement of the file size on an image. Images are defined as having file extensions that qualify them as an image, such as but not limited to:
- JPEG 2000
- PPM, PGM, PBM, and PNM
- HDR raster formats
- Other raster formats
The list of guides below might be useful if you are analysing this data and want to know more about it:
Related column headers in Raptor website crawler reports:
There are several benefits to analysing image data, such as those listed below:
- Optimise images for SEO
- Use Raptor to find large images
- Improve page load tiimes
- Fix images with issues
- Audit a site’s images
- See how you compare to your competitors
- Scrape competitor image data
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