If you are among the top 18000 sites in the world, Google supported HTTP Archive can reveal your site performance statistics and give you page speed suggestions! Are you listed?
The HTTP Archive is a permanent repository of web performance information of top websites and urls across the web. Google engineers built the HTTP Archive as an open source service and are now ownership is transfered to the Internet Archive.
The HTTP Archive started gathering data since October 2010 with 1000 websites and now nearly 18,000 top websites are tested every two weeks. The aims is to keep testing 1 million websites and they are being supported by Google, Mozilla, New Relic, O’Reilly Media, Etsy, Strangeloop, and dynaTrace Software.
The top websites data is collected from respected tracking sources like Alexa 10,000 Topsites, Fortune 500, CNN Global 500 and Quantcast Top Sites. The data and site analysis is powered by the excellent powerful tool called WebPagetest which webmasters routinely use to test site performance.
Top 18000 Sites
If you believe you are among the top 18000 sites … Visit the 18000 websites and search your site by domain name letter or search and it will reveal all your site performance data. See your site load time, and get suggestions to improve page speed. Track the number of requests made by your web pages, and get your data available in different easy to understand formats like Waterfall, filmstrip and even a site loading video. Developers will find the data useful to conduct performance research.
This is what what our site QOT in HTTP Archive looks like. If you are a regular reader here, share your HTTP Archive link in comments.
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