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Why Measuring Page Load Is The Wrong Metric



Performance matters. We know from many industry reports that there is a correlation between the time it takes to load a page and user activity.  

Bounce rates, conversion rates, and the number of clicks in a session can be dramatically impacted by slow page loads. But, what if we are measuring page load incorrectly? How we measure site speed is not often the same as how a user perceives site speed. If we are using the wrong metrics for measurement, we risk spending cycles on optimization without realizing the user activity gains.  

Join us and learn how New Relic Browser and Insights can help improve visibility into the metrics that matter.

This webinar will cover:

  • Web performance best practices used by top companies

  • Key differences between different page load metrics

  • How to instrument your application to improve performance

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Why Measuring Page Load Is The Wrong Metric