Are you checking the page size of your site?
Page capacity refers to the total size of files that make up a page, such as HTML, image files, and style sheets.
Here, we introduce a tool that allows you to easily check the page size of each page.
Page capacity indicates the total size of all the files that make up a page. Rich content tends to have larger page capacities, but larger pages can take longer to load. If the load time is long, users may leave without being able to wait, so the page capacity is an important indicator that needs to be kept at an appropriate size.
The access analysis tool "Anatomy" that "visualizes" Google Analytics allows you to easily check the page capacity of each page.
To check your page size in Anatomy,
- 1. Click [Quality Information]
2. Click [Page Size]
The page size of each page is displayed on the tile (in megabytes). The pages are color-coded in red, yellow, and blue according to the size of the page capacity, so you can see at a glance which pages on your site have the largest page capacity. If there is a red page, it is a very large page, so reducing the page size may reduce the number of user exits when loading the page.
You can also check the pie chart on the anatomy portal by clicking [Broken link / Script error / Average reading time…].
In order to prevent users from leaving when loading a page, it is important to reduce the page size and the loading time. Please try "Anatomy", a tool that allows you to check site quality information such as page capacity, page load time, and broken links at a glance.
If you have any concerns about Google Analytics settings, such as not being able to measure the pages you care about, a service that can diagnose the settings of Google Analytics is also included.