Apr 13, 2022
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You can test your page load times with Google's PageSpeed Insights tool. Here, Google explains the need for immediately usable above-the-fold content: PageSpeed Insights measures how the page can improve its performance on: above-fold load time: The time between when a user requests a new page and when the above-folding content is rendered by the browser. full page load time: time elapsed between when a user requests a new page and when the page is fully displayed by the browser. Here's an example of the types of issues that can improve load times, as reported by the PageSpeed Insights test: Click to enlarge. One of the things we've discovered is that the results of a PageSpeed Insights test change over time, and lately they've version company employee list of your site does not display certain content or images, Google will no longer consider them for ranking and indexing. For example, on your desktop site in your footer, you might have 50 links. But in the mobile version, you don't want to clutter it so you only show 10. When Googlebot crawls your page, it won't count 50 links, it will only consider the 10. As another example, consider how people have approached mobile performance in the past - by cutting out parts of their page, like images or content. If this is your approach to the mobile experience, you need to understand that you're removing content that can help you rank. So what do I recommend? You want to create a fast experience when mobile users come to the site – that's always important. But you need to balance the content you need to rank with the mobile experience.