The latest addition to our Snapshot Reports is the Page Performance Report. The report provides 5 key page metrics to help you improve your visitors' experience and gain those conversions.
Median Page Load - This is the middlemost value of all the page load speeds captured during the snapshot tracking.
There are four different ways to evaluate the page load speed.
- Initial page load is triggered when any content is painted – i.e., something defined in the DOM (Document Object Model). This could be text, an image, or a canvas render.
- Time to Interactive: A visitor can interact with the page after this amount of time.
- DOM content loaded: The complete HTML is loaded and parsed, and rendered (not including style sheets, images, and fonts)
- Complete page load: All the resources in the pages are loaded, including images, stylesheets, and fonts.
The Slowest Page Load - Is showing data for just one visitor, for which it took the longest for the page to load. The four types of page loads mentioned above are evaluated based on the time for the slowest visitors.
Rage Clicks - Rage clicks are rapid clicks in a short period of time on the same element. They typically indicate frustration on the part of the customer.
A rage click is detected if a second click occurs within 3 seconds on the same element (and if it's not a double click). The ratings go as follows: Less than up to 10% = good; 11-20% average; and 20+% poor.
Dead Clicks - Dead clicks are clicks on elements that are not actionable. Meaning clicking on that element does not do anything for the visitor. It does not open a link or allow them to type, etc. The ratings go as follows: Less than up to 10% = good; 11-20% average; and 20+% poor.
Page Bounces - When a visitor comes to your page, triggers our script BUT does nothing—no clicks or scrolls. The ratings go as follows: Less than 40% = good; 40-60% average; and 60+% poor.