Congratulations! Onik is a top performer

We're monitoring the Onik website for performance and speed. Onik scored 93 out of 100. Monitoring helps keep it that way after updates, upgrades, and changes. Book a 15 minute call to discuss the results.

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Onik Performance Results
Score: 93 / 100
The sections below walk you through the Onik performance score. Our goal is to help you have a fast, reliable, and consistent website. A website only has one chance and 2.5 seconds to hold a visitor's attention. Let's dive in.
Target: No Red (downtime)
99.9% Uptime or better

Response Time

Response time is the number of seconds it takes for the site's page to reach the visitor's browser. The fastest sites can do this in 0.025 seconds or less, but under 0.25 seconds is considered good. Spikes on this chart occur when your host, platform, or server get bogged down. Response times above 1 second need to be addressed as your site is likely misconfigured or underpowered.
Target: 0.25 seconds and lower

Page Speed Test

Google's PageSpeed Insights conducts a field test of your site to calculate a performance score out of 100. A score of 85 or higher is considered good. A score of 90 or higher is considered great.
Target: 85% and higher

First Contentful Paint

Average seconds
First Contentful Paint (FCP) is the time from when the page starts loading to when content first appears on the visitor's screen. Our aim is 1 second or less. 2 seconds or more and your site will feel sluggish and slow.
Target: 1 second or less

Largest Contentful Paint

Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is the time from when the page starts loading to when the largest piece of content is shown on the visitor's screen. Usually, this is an image. A good score is 1.5 seconds or less. A score of 2.0 seconds or more and the visitor has already considered leaving.
Average seconds
Target: 1.5 seconds or less

Cumulative Layout Shift

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) is the amount of unexpected layout shift of a page. A good score is 0.1 or less. A score of 0.25 or more and the visitor will be frustrated by the page moving around.
Target: 0.1 or less. More than 0.25 is considered very poor.

Based on these results:

Onik Action Plan

There are no trade secrets, just best practices. The fixes are common and easy to do, and we can help your team with training and support.

Just fix it! Please.

Sometimes our customers ask: Can you just fix it? We can.
Our playbook is inexpensive and takes only takes a few days to complete. We've shared a case study on how we helped sheboot.ca improve their site speed and performance by 100 X in less than 1 week.

Sheboot Before and After Reprot screenshot

How can ONIK Monitoring Help?

Measure. Improve. Repeat.

Slow, glitchy, unreliable, and frustrating websites drive away visitors, reduce SEO, and harm your reputation. We measure, find and fix the problems hurting your site.

Starting at $15 USD/month: We sample your site every few minutes and measure the impact of changes, traffic, upgrades, and updates over time.
Performance Scorecard:
Know how your site is performing and receive easy, specific, and actionable recommendations to improve.
Heads Up! We found an issue. Receive real-time alerts via web app, email, Slack, or your tool of choice via WebHooks.
Trusted Advisor:
We're performance experts and will share our knowledge, train your team, or just fix it for you.
Schedule a call to discuss your report and learn more about how we can help.