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using bemob flow slows down the loading?

Discussion in 'Tracking' started by TrafficYoda, Nov 7, 2019.

  1. TrafficYoda

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    Hey guys i know how speed is everything here. but when using bemob, default and flow is there speed difference, I'm targetting South America at this poinnt
    Using pingdom and campaign link location on brazil there isn't a big difference, both loads at 4 sec.

    But i'm interested if this is accurate or if any experience of using bemob flow feature is welcome.
     
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  3. Graybeard

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    A ping is not a page load example.
    A ping is a small TCP packet (32 bytes default) sent and the measurement of the the send and reply time in milliseconds.
    A ping is just a comparative measurement.
     
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    Hey TrafficYoda
    Using a flow instead of built-in flow is not affecting your redirect speed.
    There might be some other reasons for this like the redirect mode selected. It will be great if you can contact our support team on this question so we can solve the issue.
     
  5. TrafficYoda

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    where would be the best place to test website speed?
     
  6. Graybeard

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    Loading what?
    You can load everything using F12 (FF/Chrome Developer tools (desktop)) on you own computer from your own location --but that only applies to you, your internet connection and it's location.

    4 seconds is not a ping (I hope) --what is it?
    I don't know off hand -- I try to ask persons I know in distant location to load the target page and don't get too anal about the ms time load --just get a comment what the visual result is.

    I think that you could extrapolate mathematically to a reasonable estimate --but not if you are using a CDN as the static files are stored remotely.

    I just tried this -- looked accurate WebPageTest - Website Performance and Optimization Test

    from Los Angeles -- fine (that server is in Atlanta)
    from Sao Pablo it errored 2 times, 3rd try was the load time was +25%
    error as in transit connection on the Sao Pablo end most likely (99%)
     
    Last edited: Nov 8, 2019
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    T J Tutor

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    Are you using a CDN?
     
  8. TrafficYoda

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    I don't think i am not really skilled to know-how. is there any free cdn to use? i already used amazon free trial.

    okay will use that site for referrance.

    currently using Vultr, and i store all files there
    using cloudflare to make my domain https. i'm not sure how to file it up on cloudflare
    using cyberduck to file all my files on vultr
    so yeah... i dont' think i'm using cdn
     
  9. Graybeard

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    cloudflare might cause a second or two delay --that is a trade off for DNS anonymity and some ddos filtering.
     
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    T J Tutor

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    GoogleCloud
    $300 credit to try it over a 12 month period, but you'll use that up before then end of 12 months.
     
  11. Graybeard

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    if you can use ssh to admin a server you can just place the image files on a server on a data center in LTAM or better a server in a data center in Brazil. A 1GB RAM with 1TB transfer /mo may be enough. VPS server without a control panel are cheap like starting from $5/mo ...
    We did something similar with a dedicated server joined to a WLAN out of Amsterdam (on a larger scale).
     
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