Google Search Console Crawl Stats For Time Spent Downloading A Page Is Measured By The HTTP Request

Nov 24, 2015 - 8:05 am 9 by

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Adam Bradley asked Google's John Mueller on Google+ how does Google measure the "time spent downloading a page" metric found within the Crawl Stats section of Google Search Console.

John Mueller said it has nothing to do with how long the page takes to render, but rather a simple HTTP request time. Basically, how long it takes GoogleBot to complete the HTTP request.

John wrote, "that's just time to complete a HTTP request, nothing related to rendering the page itself."

So this does not measure page speed at all.

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