Bulk Page Speed Test

With the EXPERTE.com Bulk Page Speed Test, you can automatically determine the speed and Core Web Vitals for your site. A high page speed not only ensures more satisfied visitors but has also become a very significant ranking factor on Google. With their free tool, you can test multiple pages in your site, and determine which subpages are slow on your site (or compare your site with those of your competitors).

Today, most people are searching on Google using a mobile device. However, Google’s ranking systems typically look at the desktop version of a page’s content to evaluate its PageSpeed as a significant part of the User Experience. Building a great desktop version that’s slow on mobile is frustrating to the web users, and to web developers. PageSpeed variance can and will cause issues with content ranking and relevance when the mobile page is slower and/or has less content than the desktop page.

You can use the Page Speed Test in three different ways:

  • Crawl the website
    You set the start URL and we crawl the web page to find more URLs. Crawling is limited to 60 seconds and 500 URLs.
  • URL list
    You send a list of URLs for which they then determine the page speed.
  • Keyword
    You define a keyword and they determine the Top 50 results on Google. Using this, they assess the page speed for each URL.

You can also select whether page speed should be determined for mobile devices or desktop computers.

Although Google’s search index will continue to be a single index of websites, their algorithms primarily use the mobile version of a site’s content to rank pages from that site, to understand structured data, and to show snippets from those pages in their results. Of course, while their index will be built from mobile documents, Google’s focus is to continue to build a great search experience for all of their users, whether they come from mobile or desktop devices.

Bottom line with Bulk PageSpeed testing for SEO and SEM

  • If you have a responsive site or a dynamic serving site where the primary content and markup is equivalent across mobile and desktop, you shouldn’t have to change anything.
  • If you have a site configuration where the PageSpeed results for content and markup are significantly different across mobile and desktop, you should consider making some changes to your site.
    • Make sure to serve structured markup for both your desktop and mobile versions. Sites can verify the equivalence of their structured markup across desktop and mobile devices simply by entering the URL of the site and comparing the output.
  • If you are a site owner /web developer who has only verified their desktop site in PageSpeed, please refocus your efforts and verify your mobile version.

If you only have a desktop version of your site, Google will continue to index your desktop site just fine, even if Google is using a mobile user-agent to view your site.

This website tool from the Experte website (they have additional tools) looks like the real deal to help Small Business website owners test PageSpeed and EXPERTE.com’s Bulk Page Speed Test uses the same data as Google PageSpeed Insights. Therefore, its results are 100% comparable. uses the standard metrics, it tests MULTIPLE PAGES at one time, and it’s FREE. The company also offers other tools to help the DIY website owner, and definitely worth your time to browse their website tools.

At Evans Group Marketing, we firmly believe that PageSpeed is a critical part of optimizing a small business website. We also know that many factors in the design of the website, from image optimization, removing unnecessary CSS and javascript, lazy loading images above the fold, and minification of those resources can and do affect the overall PageSpeed for your site. We specialize in web optimization for local businesses and are available to help you build your site’s SEO and SEM programs.