As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, Google PageSpeed Insights is a tool developed by Google to measure the performance of a website on both mobile and desktop devices. It provides a score based on various performance metrics, such as page load time, time to interactive, and other factors that contribute to the overall user experience.
The PageSpeed Insights score ranges from 0 to 100, with a higher score indicating better performance. Google categorizes the scores as follows:
– 90-100: Good
– 50-89: Needs Improvement
– 0-49: Poor
It’s important to note that the scores may vary based on the specific criteria Google uses to evaluate a website’s performance. Google may update its algorithms and criteria over time, so it’s recommended to check the latest documentation or guidelines provided by Google for the most accurate information.
To check your website’s PageSpeed Insights score, you can visit the PageSpeed Insights website (https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights/) and enter your website URL. The tool will then analyze your site and provide a performance score along with suggestions for improvement.
Keep in mind that maintaining a good PageSpeed Insights score is beneficial not only for user experience but also for search engine optimization (SEO), as Google considers website performance as one of the ranking factors.