Cookies disclaimer

I agree Our site saves small pieces of text information (cookies) on your device in order to deliver better content and for statistical purposes. You can disable the usage of cookies by changing the settings of your browser. By browsing our website without changing the browser settings you grant us permission to store that information on your device.

Page Load Time (S) Data

Page Load Time (S)

Page Load Time (S)
Values Returned
What We Do
Examples of How Page Load Time Data Can Be Used
- Example 1: Identify slow pages
- Example 2: See the average speed of the site
- Example 2: Compare your site to competitors
Related Content
Benefits of Page Speed Data

 

Page Load Time (S)

S (Seconds) response time it took to full load a page or resource.

Raptor’s web crawler collects this data for every accessible resource on a site.

Values Returned

Within the column for ‘Page Load Time (S)’, there two values that can be returned for this which are as follows:

Number

A number to 2 decimal places reflecting the number of seconds it took to load the page or resource

 

If the URL is inaccessible

 

What We Do

This speed assessment is made from servers based in the same country / region as the website is being hosted & targeted in. If your site is in the USA, our page load times are based on servers in the USA. The same is true no matter what country a site is in.

There are many things that can affect page load times outside of the technology loading, downloading, running and rendering the data. High usage, natural fluctuations in server and network speeds can all have an impact. Regular scheduled checks are the best way to gather reliable data points to precisely assess page load times.
Raptor’s page speed analysis tools are internally consistent so, even with a single crawl you can get a close picture of page speeds, but more importantly which ones are slow or fast.

 

Examples of How Page Load Time Data Can Be Used

The examples below show how Page Load Time data can be used for SEO.

 

Example 1: Identify slow pages

By using filters, you can very easily see which pages are the slowest and which / if any resources qualify as too slow. You can then put these specific resources or URLs into Google Page Speed Insights and get recommendations on how to improve load times.

 

Example 2: See the average speed of the site

You can use this to compare pages of the site, to identify those that are far below or far above the average.

 

Example 2: Compare your site to competitors

Comparing your site’s page speed data to that of your competitors is a valuable way to see where the competitive benchmarks are. This can inform a range of important decisions on where to deliver resources.

 

Related Content

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 for this topic are as follows:

 

Benefits of Page Speed Data

There are several main benefits to analysing page speed data, some of the more popular ones we’ve listed below:

  • Identify slow page
  • Analyse page speed
  • Compare to your competitors
  • Save Time collecting and exporting data

 

No Credit Card Required - Free 30-Day Trial. Identify Page Load Time Issues Quickly & Easily