Bluehost Fastest Web Hosting Website in Test of Best Web Hosting Sites

Who has the Fastest Web Hosting Website?

Put to the test by Dotcom-Monitor, Bluehost ranks as the fastest web hosting website, beating the other top 10 web hosting company websites for speed across three continents, followed closely by InMotion and GoDaddy. Dreamhost was the slowest of the pack globally. Across a set of four different metrics, the Bluehost website proved superior, with GoDaddy scoring close behind in each metric.

Dotcom-Monitor Launches Website Monitoring of EURO 2012 Coverage Sites

On the 8th of June the first game of the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship will start a series of exciting duels between European’s top 16 national soccer teams. Many popular media websites will be covering the EURO 2012 events. In turn, Dotcom-Monitor will be conducting website monitoring to analyze online performance and uptime of those sites covering the games. We will keep you updated and informed about the results.

Announcing BrowserView Website Monitoring at Internet World Tradeshow

Announcing BrowserView Monitoring at Internet World Tradeshow: Dotcom-Monitor Launches Worldwide Speed Performance Website Monitoring Solution

Minneapolis, Minnesota – April. 20, 2012 – Dotcom-Monitor, (www.Dotcom-Monitor.com), today announced the immediate availability of BrowserView Monitoring™ website speed testing solution testing using Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer browsers from worldwide locations.

“The 20th anniversary of Internet World is an ideal launch event for BrowserView Monitoring,” said Vadim Mazo, Chief Technical Officer (CTO). “Obviously, slow web pages frustrate website customers. Having the ability to affordably uncover website issues and make constant improvements is a key goal for website marketing and IT,” noted Mazo, “Consistent delivery of web pages at peak speed is critical to customer satisfaction and repeat visits.”

Google Speed Ranking Factor | Dealing With Google Site Speed Factor

Pondering the New Google Speed Ranking Factor’s Ambiguity

No one is exactly sure about how Google’s site speed factor will exactly affect a specific website’s search rankings, nor is anyone sure about how Google’s site speed factoring will change in the future. There is some speculation that Google’s recent move is part of bigger plan to “warm-up” website owners to further prioritize faster site speeds. It’s difficult to speculate as currently Google will even recommend getting rid of its own Google Analytics to improve site speed on a page!

Dotcom-Monitor.com was quoted in a Dec. 4, 2009 article on CBSnews.com that in some instances especially large e-tailers may find themselves punished if Google added site speed to the search result algorithm. That remains to be seen, however, what is clear is that e-tailers and everyone else involved in maintaining search relevance is paying more attention to site speed relative to search rankings and monitoring for site speed.

Even with the unclear effects of Google’s site speed factor, there are things you can do to learn more about your site’s performance and to keep one step ahead of the Google site speed issue.