Having a website that loads fast with no bottlenecks can greatly improve the users experience, perception and visitor's duration time. Furthermore, for website owners having a metric system to track and measure website performance can also improve the website management and development as well as having detailed evidence of performance for the hosting service. By having this level of understanding webmasters and owners can make better decisions on the website feature content and choose fast hosting services if there is a requirement. In this post, we have collected resources that are free to use in order to measure a website performance.
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"GTmetrix uses Google Page Speed and Yahoo! YSlow to grade your site's performance and provides actionable recommendations to fix these issues."
"Show Slow is an open source tool that helps monitor various website performance metrics over time."
"Website speed test from multiple locations around the globe using real browsers"
"OctaGate SiteTimer aims at web site developers that needs to get a birds eye view of their work."
"Testing everybody's browser"
"Load testing and reporting as an online service"
"Test the Load Time of a Web Page"
"A quick and easy way to get performance data on any website without having to create a test script."
"The website speedtester shows the duration of a given website. This value can be used for showing how long a website take to load and if it is better to optimize the website or change a (slow) ISP"
"Make your web site faster"