To use our tool simply insert the link to your webpage and hit the "Analyze" button. A list of unminified files will be dsiplayed if they are found.
Unminified js leads up to several concerns that webmasters need to take into consideration when it comes to SEO: slower downloads, parsing and execution time, render blocking resource, mobile performance and increased band width.
Why does page speed matter in SEO?
The answer lies in user behavior. Studies have consistently shown that users are quick to abandon websites that don't load swiftly. The longer it takes for your pages to become fully interactive, the higher the likelihood of visitors hitting the dreaded "back" button. This not only contributes to a poor user experience but also sends a signal to search engines that your content may not be as valuable or relevant as that of your competitors. Consequently, your rankings in search results may suffer.