That Awkward Moment when Google fails its own website testing tool

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Two days back Google launched a new website testing tool to help you determine its speed and mobile-friendliness. It’s a product from the Think With Google team, which provides insights on how to best optimize your business online to attract, convert, and retain customers.

According to Google if the website page doesn’t load on mobile in three seconds or less, customers are likely to leave. If a site isn’t easy to use, then they are five times likely to leave as well. Which are all fair points, except Google doesn’t exactly pass its own test.

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I also tested Blogger, Google’s home for its company blog posts. The results were even worse.

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At least Gmail is doing okay

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Think With Google, the very team that launched this product, has the worst scores by far.

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You know who did do a little better than Google?

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Test your website speed with Think With Google

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