Ars Technica

As of December 10, 2023
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    Econiscore
    A Grade: Your performance is outstanding, exceeding 90%.
    B Grade: Your performance is above average, ranging between 81% to 90%.
    C Grade: Your performance is average, with a score between 71% and 80%.
    D Grade: Your performance is below average, falling between 61% and 70%.
    F Grade: Your performance is significantly below average, at 60% or less.

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    Compares the brand's performance score relative to its peers (i.e., brands within the same category), with a higher value indicating better performance among its competitors.

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Accessibility
76%
Best Practices
64%
SEO
91%
PWA
38%
Metric
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First Contentful Paint
3.5
Speed Index
22.8
Largest Contentful Paint
5.8
Time to Interactive
43.7
Total Blocking Time
9.6
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arstechnica.net
Main Thread:
3159ms
Blocking:
2315ms
Transfer Size:
937.56kB
permutive.app
Main Thread:
3602ms
Blocking:
1386ms
Transfer Size:
167.32kB
Google Tag Manager
Main Thread:
2020ms
Blocking:
1154ms
Transfer Size:
302.20kB
Google/Doubleclick Ads
Main Thread:
2374ms
Blocking:
991ms
Transfer Size:
356.70kB
cnevids.com
Main Thread:
3222ms
Blocking:
894ms
Transfer Size:
373.76kB
conde.digital
Main Thread:
1605ms
Blocking:
802ms
Transfer Size:
172.76kB
72 additional vendors which combined compose <2.8% impact

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Profile

Owner

Condé Nast

Website

https://arstechnica.com/

Founded

1998

Category

News & Broadcast Media

Description

Ars Technica is a website covering news and opinions in technology, science, politics, and society, created by Ken Fisher and Jon Stokes in 1998. It publishes news, reviews, and guides on issues such as computer hardware and software, science, technology policy, and video games.

Headquarters

New York, NY, U.S.

Profile Source

Wikipedia