Knowing which of your competitors are faster than you is a fantastic way to get web performance buy-in throughout your organization. Bonus: It's super easy to set up! Extra bonus: You can also generate great visualizations – like side-by-side videos and filmstrips – to share with your team.
User engagement charts let you use your own data to understand the impact of page slowdowns on your site's bounce rate.
Not all pixels and page elements are equal. Measure the rendering speed of the content your visitors care about most. Headlines, hero images and any other elements you choose.
How do page slowdowns affect your business? Track any metrics you want – including cart size, A/B tests, and conversion rate.
The scripts and stylesheets that come with ads, analytics, and social widgets can block the main content on your pages from ever being seen by your users. To help identify this issue, we created third-party waterfall charts to show you where your roadblocks are.
Using SpeedCurve Synthetic + RUM together lets you take advantage of your own real user data to build better synthetic tests.
SpeedCurve LUX shows you how real users experience your site. In addition to showing you how fast your site is, it also shows you the impact of speed on UX and business metrics – including bounce rate, conversion rate, and session length. LUX helps you discover which design and development improvements will make your site faster, your users happier, and your business more successful.
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SpeedCurve synthetic monitoring is built on top of WebPageTest (the best synthetic web performance testing tool available). With synthetic monitoring, you can test how fast your pages render on different browsers and devices in locations around the world. You can track dozens of web performance metrics – and create budgets and get alerts when they go out of bounds. And you can benchmark yourself against your competitors.
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