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You cannot easily show this in Google Analytics as it's registering only successful visits. What you have to focus on is external tool measuring clicks vs landing page views. Example: If you run Facebook Ads you can easily see how many people clicked on the as and how many people actually landed on a page. If your website is slow you will see a kot of people ...


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If you have consistently poor load speeds, and that's been the case for a significant length of time, it probably isn't possible to make a compelling case with your own data. It sounds like you have no "good" to compare with, and small-scale tests would probably be tainted by the extreme poor performance on the rest of the site. I suggest forecasting ...


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low bounce rate in high load time page maybe comes from the interest of users to your service. in normal situations, you may not wait for loading a heavy or slow page and immediately exit the page. but when you interested in services (or products) that offered on a particular page, you would wait for it. I think your team is right about page speed ...


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I can't speak for all vpn providers, but I've been using digital ocean for a few years now. Digital Ocean allocate a certian number of cpu cores, memory and, disk space to your server. This means that those resources are only used by your server. Meaning that if you wanted to you can run on 100% cpu and ram for as long as you wish. I'd imagine thats how ...


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