Testing your website’s speed on world wide web level it is a good idea to make sure it is not just your local ISP or data connecting that is causing the issue.
By doing website speed tests, you can verify other connections are having similar issues. Free third-party tools can also be used to troubleshoot the cause of your website’s slowness and to make a plan for your next moves.
Google® PageSpeed, you might be able to determine the cause of your site’s slowness.
Now, this post makes it clear for you to look at the important points when using pagespeed to determine your website’s slowness.
Things to look for:
- If your score is an 85 or lower, you have some work to do. Regardless of what’s going on at the server, your site will load slowly in the browser.
- If your score is an 86 or higher, your site is probably doing well in the browser, but you might still want to investigate with other tools.
- In the Suggestion Summary, look for High Priority. This is a customized report for your site and each item has a list of the resources on your page that can be optimized as well as some general information on how to optimize them.
- In the Suggestion Summary, review the section labeled Already Done!. This report suggests guidelines to follow to ensure your site is in line with common best practices.
Google PageSpeed Insights incorporates data from the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) to display real-world performance of a webpage.