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PageLeap gauges how effectively your landing page is tuned across pivotal categories like technical quality, inclusiveness, security and promotion.

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The substandard overall score indicates insufficient optimization across critical areas, which will hinder user experiences and lose sales. Scroll down for more detail.

Webpage Performance

The overall Performance score measures your landing page's performance, crucial for user engagement and satisfaction.

First Contentful Paint (FCP)

The metric First Contentful Paint (FCP) gauges the speed at which your website first renders visible content, a key factor in engaging users and minimizing bounce rates.

A 2.8 second First Contentful Paint speed, far above the PageLeap Benchmark of 1.09 seconds, risks losing customers and orders due to today's short attention spans. Prioritize improving your landing page to boost traffic and sales.

Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)

First Contentful Paint (FCP) gauges the speed at which your site shows initial content to users, which is key for engagement and decreasing bounce rates.

A slow LCP of 9.91 seconds, well over the PageLeap Benchmark of 1.49 seconds, may lead to decreased user satisfaction and lower sales, highlighting the need for urgent website optimizations.

Time to First Byte (TTFB)

Time to First Byte (TTFB) quantifies the delay in your landing page's server response to user actions, essential for user satisfaction and interaction engagement.

Your landing page's Time to First Byte (TTFB) score of 0.06, better than the PageLeap Benchmark of 0.79, ensures a rapid server response, enhancing engagement and user satisfaction.

Total Blocking Time (TBT)

Total Blocking Time (TBT) evaluates the duration your landing page remains unresponsive during loading, impacting user experience and engagement.

With a TBT score of 0.32, exceeding the PageLeap Benchmark of 0.149, your landing page may be causing user frustration, negatively impacting online orders and webpage traffic, necessitating improvements.

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) measures how your landing page's elements shift during loading, impacting user experience and satisfaction.

Your landing page's impressive CLS score of 0, faster than the PageLeap Benchmark of 0.05, significantly contributes to a frustration-free user experience, fostering higher engagement and online orders.

First Input Delay (FID)

First Input Delay (FID) quantifies the time it takes for your landing page to process user actions, essential for user satisfaction and interaction engagement.

With a FID score of 0.21, surpassing the PageLeap Benchmark of 0.49, your landing page excels in meeting high user interaction expectations, driving engagement, and user satisfaction.

Your landing page's overall Performance score of 32, lagging behind the PageLeap Benchmark, poses a risk to user satisfaction, engagement, and webpage traffic, highlighting the opportunity for vital improvements.

SEO Compliance

SEO assesses the optimization level of your landing page for search engines, pivotal for visibility, user satisfaction, and engagement.

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Meta Descriptions

Meta descriptions act as your site's first impression in search results, essential for drawing in users and converting visits into sales.

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Your site's meta descriptions need improvement to enhance SEO, potentially affecting user traffic and sales opportunities.

Broken Links

Proper management of broken links is key to maintaining site integrity and user satisfaction, influencing traffic and potential revenue.

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Ineffective management of the 50 broken links could affect site usability, leading to decreased user satisfaction and lower revenue.

Site Map

An effective XML sitemap makes webpages visible to search engines, which is crucial for discoverability, traffic, and business growth.

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Your XML sitemap facilitates indexing but leveraging its full potential means adding new URLs consistently.

Improper Robots.txt usage

Robots.txt is crucial for directing search engine bots, impacting how your site's content is crawled and indexed, which in turn affects user traffic and online visibility.

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Your site's well-structured robots.txt ensures efficient search engine crawling, enhancing visibility, driving user traffic, and potentially increasing sales.

Canonical Tags

Proper use of canonical tags is crucial for SEO, ensuring unique content and influencing user traffic and search engine credibility.

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With well-implemented canonical tags, your site maintains strong SEO, leading to better user engagement and increased revenue.

Falling short of the PageLeap Benchmark, your landing page's SEO score of 86 risks lower visibility, impacting engagement and user reviews, underscoring the urgency for enhancements.

Accessibility & UX

Accessibility gauges how well your landing page's accessibility features influence user experience and satisfaction for all users.

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Image Alt Text

Alt texts for images are vital for SEO and accessibility, enhancing user experience and contributing to higher search visibility and potential sales.

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Your site's images are well-labeled with alt texts, improving SEO and accessibility, thus attracting more users and potentially increasing sales.

Loading Efficiency

Fast loading times are essential for user retention and satisfaction, directly impacting your site's traffic and potential e-commerce success.

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Your site's loading efficiency score of 28.000000000000004 needs improvement to enhance user experience and reduce bounce rates, impacting sales opportunities.

An Accessibility score of 92, well below the PageLeap Benchmark, indicates potential user dissatisfaction and exclusion, which could result in reduced engagement and negative reviews for all users, underscoring the need for immediate action.

Security & Trust

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Optimizing redirects is key to maintaining site speed and user satisfaction, crucial for driving user traffic and online sales.

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Poor redirect management with 1 redirects on your site may lead to slower navigation, reducing user engagement and potentially impacting sales.

Headers Grade

Proper HTTP header setup enhances website security and functionality, key for maintaining user engagement and driving revenue.


Effective HTTP header setup on your site, scoring a grade of A+, supports strong security and functionality, leading to improved traffic and higher sales potential.


HTTPS is essential for website security and user trust, directly impacting user experience and influencing online sales and traffic.


Your site's use of HTTPS ensures secure transactions, building user trust and potentially increasing engagement and sales.