Results: 47% Will Try Google's PageSpeed Service, 30% Won't

Oct 14, 2011 • 8:20 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

google page speed pollA few months ago, Google launched a CDN like page speed service and we asked, would you give Google pagespeed a try?

47% of you said you would, whereas 30% said you wouldn't and the rest were not sure.

There are many reasons why a webmaster and SEO would reply that they would or wouldn't use the service. Some would love a method to speed up their pages and not have to worry about the technical - how tos. Some don't trust Google to host their content and pages. Some think they can do it better than Google.

That being said, I am so curious if the 47% who said they would try it, if they actually tried it.

Take my new poll asking "Did you try Google Page Speed Service"?

Forum discussion continued at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Fedor

10/14/2011 03:19 pm

You'd have to be crazy to give Google the authority to rewrite your pages, even if you do have the ability to approve them. I guess you have to weigh the odds, if your site has serious performance issues and absolutely love everything Google, then this may be a way out. You can easily blame them if anything goes wrong after all. I personally like to control every aspect of my sites and so far, I see no valid reason for why I would use Google's CDN vs other hosts that give you full control. I will however run it on small sites to see if there are any algorithmic benefits, even thought they say there aren't any. Trust no one... especially Google.

Mint Dj

10/14/2011 10:31 pm

Makes me wonder about the Akamai acquisition rumors.

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