For any internet user, it is highly annoying when trying to open a website for an important task takes a lot of time. The performance of a company’s websites, pages and applications affect the business more than what the management would presume. As a result, top performing organizations consider the web performance not just as a nice-to-have service, but as a crucial feature of their offerings. Unfortunately, most organizations do not regularly test the performance and scalability of their web infrastructure and end up spoiling the customers’ experience of their web services, drifting them farther from their products and services. When enterprises understand that performance is the key to a great user experience and that delivering the best website experience to users is of paramount importance, slow and steady page-load times just won’t do. Thus, it is crucial to analyze the website’s speed on a regular basis. Not only does the good website speed increase the ranking in search engines like Google but also enhance customer engagement, retention, and conversion.
As a solution to the above problem, NetVelocity provides an advanced solution called the Web Performance Test. It allows the users to measure the web download times for a list of websites while they are connected to their data or Wi-Fi network. This helps them in analyzing the accurate performance-related metrics of the websites and detecting the exact reason for performance degradation. The result showcases the DNS resolution time, time to first byte and time to load, which helps in analyzing the website performance in depth. Additionally, the feature provides a default section which categorizes popular websites into multiple lists such as banking, e-Commerce, social media, and media & news, and shows the test result for all these default websites. The user can even add their desired URLs in the custom section to test their web performance. Thus, internet users and organizations alike can benefit from this innovative feature by –
- Real-time website speed testing and analysis
- Detecting poorly optimized websites and studying the gaps
- Downloading DNS resolution time, Time to Load (TTL), Time to First Byte (TTFB) reports
- Simultaneously analyzing the performance of a list of websites and benchmarking
- Assessing the performance of the network in use through real-time parameters