• Pat Grady

    A natural fit!

  • http://www.sundarrawat.com/ Sundar Rawat

    I prefer this tool to optimize a website load time and it really nice and very much insightful. this bifurcate the areas accordting to DHTML terms. One thing i noticed that, Google prefers to use all heavy/rendering javascripts at the end of the page

  • http://www.niswey.com/ Prem Nath Vishwakarma

    Yes ! This is something great ever.

  • http://www.searcheminence.com/ Byron Hardie

    SEOs have been beating the “performance” drum for years with a typical response of “yeah, yeah, we’ll get to it” from CTOs and CIOs.

    Google has said over and over again that page speed and performance is a clear signal of a good user experience (among many others of course). I would think that their continued effort to provide these integrated tools and reports only emphasizes the commitment that Google has to making the Internet more efficient.

    Only a fool would believe that these factors are not considered in the overall quality of a site which would consequently affect search rankings.

    There is a significant focus on technical implementation involved with On-Page optimization much of which didn’t exist 10 years ago. Now more than ever a good Digital Strategy must be a coordinated effort between Engineering, Marketing, Advertising, Business Dev, Product, Social Media, Content, Design/UX, and SEO teams.

    The problem is that the ORG chart in many companies isn’t really structured to facilitate this collaboration. Because the effort requires cross-functional buy-in and support the question of who “owns” the overall strategy is one that many companies will have to come to grips with.