If you want to take your business to the next level in 2021, you have come to the right place!
Reaching the heights of success has become easier with our new Site Speed report. It will enable you to improve your user experience by finding out how fast your site loads and get insights about making it even faster.
But, that’s not all! You will also get to see a small preview of our limited-time Year In Review report. This will show you how your site did in 2020, what strategies worked, and much more.
Let’s take the example of our site and look at the details…
Improve User Experience With Site Speed Report
When you have a site that loads quickly, it gives an exceptional user experience. And when your audience has a great experience, they will spend more time on your site by visiting more pages and may turn into potential customers.
Other than that, you will see an instant improvement in your search engine rankings. That is because, from May 2021, Google will use your site speed as a ranking factor and include it as part of Core Web Vitals.
There are a number of variables Google will use to see what type of experience your visitors get when they visit your site. It will look at your site’s speed, responsiveness, and how quickly it loads visual aspects like images.
This is where our new Site Speed report will come in handy.
Through the report, you can easily measure how fast your website loads for your visitors. You will get an overall score for your site speed on mobile and desktop.
Other than that, you will also get to see important stats to improve your user experience like:
- Server Response Time: This is the time it takes for your site server to respond to your request and return data for loading the site.
- First Contentful Paint: This is the time it takes to load visual aspects such as fonts and images on your site.
- Time To Interactive: It’s the time your page first starts loading to when it’s no longer loading and is ready to respond to user interactions such as form filling.
- Total Blocking Time: Measures the time it takes until your visitors can interact with your site.
But, that’s not all, MonsterInsights will also help in improving your page’s load speed.
It gives a goal for each metric that you aim for in your site, and it gives recommendations to make your web pages load in seconds. For example, you can boost your server response time with a WordPress caching plugin.
On the upper image, you can see the default extension of files the plugin will track. You can add more extensions that you want to track your site, separated by commas obviously.
Sneak Preview Of Year In Review
Are you eager to know how your site performed in 2020 and how you can make it even better?
Well, here is a sneak preview of our limited-time Year In Review report, it will automatically be available on MonsterInsights from January 1 to January 14.
The Year In Review report gives you the overall picture of what worked and what didn’t on your site. It helps in creating benchmarks for next year and polish your strategy to grow your business.
For example, you can find which pages on your site got the most traffic so you can target similar topics for 2021 as well as which search terms helped in attracting more visitors. This will help you in identifying more keyword opportunities to boost your organic traffic.
The report also helps in seeing how your eCommerce store performed in 2020, how much revenue you made, how many products you sold as well as your most popular product. You can use these insights to plan for a better 2021 and make the new year even more successful.
You can have the improved MonsterInsights 7.14 to use the new Site Speed report. Click here to get started with MonsterInsights today!