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One of my website's desktop speed in Google speed test is above 90 but mobile speed is around 64. It was 47 initially but I complied Google recommendations and it is now at 64. As you know Site speed is now an important factor in SEO and majority of user also visit through their mobile. I want to boost my mobile speed score. Please guide me tricks and plugins that I can use to boost mobile speed to around 90.
 

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my opinion for you can measure and minimize server response time on your websites
 

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One of my website's desktop speed in Google speed test is above 90 but mobile speed is around 64. It was 47 initially but I complied Google recommendations and it is now at 64. As you know Site speed is now an important factor in SEO and majority of user also visit through their mobile. I want to boost my mobile speed score. Please guide me tricks and plugins that I can use to boost mobile speed to around 90.


Run it through this first of all to get accurate results.

https://webpagetest.org/

Ensure your theme is mobile responsive and uptodate.

Easier way is hire @kindablack https://www.blackhatworld.com/posts/12673656/
 

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Kinda stealing the thread a bit, but it's relevant for the topic.

How many of you are using AMP? And what's your experience with it?

My site has 99-100 dektop speed according to google.
But mobile is stuck at 80-84 no mather what I do. Before I setup AMP I would need some input ^^
 

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64 for mobile is pretty good if you ask me. you can't achieve same as desktop. Also check your competitors speed test. Know if they achieve more than you on mobile.. if so, then try to increase your mobile speed further.
 

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If you have Wordpress you can use an AMP plugin. Also, I recommend WP Rocket for optimization.
If you have an nginx hosting server, talk with them to install the nginx modules.
 

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I was pretty against paying for Wordpress addons for a while, but on Black Friday I caved and bought a copy of WP Rocket, and then immediately bought more copies for all the sites I manage. I was using 3 plugins to do what it did and it did it better anyways. It gave me a huge speed increase.
 

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If without ads you get 100% pagespeed score in both desktop and mobile then your website is optimized. With ads, you will never get 100% because ads load from different servers, javascript is not always minimized, sometimes the ad servers are overloaded so the ads load slower (there is a way to get around this by loading the ads after the webpage has loaded completly). I would follow pagespeed recommandations to make my website faster.
 

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64 for mobile is pretty good if you ask me. you can't achieve same as desktop. Also check your competitors speed test. Know if they achieve more than you on mobile.. if so, then try to increase your mobile speed further.

Rightly said. Check your competitor and you will get a fair idea on where you are lacking and then proceed accordingly.
 

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One of my website's desktop speed in Google speed test is above 90 but mobile speed is around 64. It was 47 initially but I complied Google recommendations and it is now at 64. As you know Site speed is now an important factor in SEO and majority of user also visit through their mobile. I want to boost my mobile speed score. Please guide me tricks and plugins that I can use to boost mobile speed to around 90.

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Here are some tips on how you can improve your mobile page's speed. First, you have to measure the server response time and minimize it. You can improve the quality of your web hosting service, and decrease the resources needed by your pages. Second, reduce or avoid redirects. Avoiding these will increase your mobile page's speed. Lastly, before loading below-the-fold content, you should load above-the-fold content first.
 

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Check if your pages are loading slower than competitors, there’s a chance you’re taking a hit in the SERPs. While relevance of a page carries much more weight than page speed, it’s still important to ensure your pages are loading fast for users and search engines.
And also check with these factors:
Compress images
Leverage browser caching
Decrease server response time
Enable Gzip compression
Avoid multiple landing page redirects
Implement AMP, if you have blog.
 

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I won't give a $ on what Google says, or what SEO experts say! What I could say, is that I have a few websites with a 100 score both mobile and desktop, and guess what! I haven't seen any improvement from all update that were this year. It will matter for users, but not for Google.
 

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people say "Decrease server response time"... how do you go about increasing server response time?
 

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Well its decrease because server response time is the time required for the server to send the first response. You can decrease your server response time by optimizing your web server, mysql queries and php code. If you are hosting on slow hosting, changing the hosting company or the hosting plan can also help.
 

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- Use caching, through server or plugin
- Reduce TTFB using a better server or a CDN
- Defer loading of javascript
- Defer loading of images (lazy loading)
- Use next-gen images like webp
- Minify css and js
- Use preloading and preconnect
- and many more
 

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If you minimize the server response time itself automatically increase the speed. Also try putting JS at the bottom and CSS at the top of the html files
 
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