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The performance of a hosting provider will depend on what you're buying from them. For ex if the bottleneck is bandwidth, that might be OK for a CPU-heavy server rendered app without many users but horrible for a popular app with a heavy js payload. If their database offering is slow, that only matters if you're using it. Etc. The best way of producing a ...


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The spinner part is very likely causing the high CLS score (If you would add a pagespeed insights screenshot it will be easier to see what it records and if necessary I will update my answer) The large LCP might mean 1 of 2 things: Either you have an uncompressed image (again, pagespeed insights will help to know), or the fact that you delay the entire page ...


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Whether it will affect your ranking, depends on if most of your content is there, and of course on whether google wants it to affect it or not. So there is no yes or no answer to this part. The problem I suspect it will cause is, if you are using a lot of javascript, google will put it on a "check later". What it means is - google goes to a webpage ...


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This could very well be the case. I expect that facebook counts clicking on a link as a visit, but for GA to count the visit the page first needs to be rendered and then the code referencing run/hit. If a page has a slow tome to first bite this could cause users to close the page rather then waiting and could explain the discrepancy. Another possibility is ...


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