The Leadbox was built to load quickly. By itself, it follows all best practices for website performance. However, because the Leadbox is added to a website as a third party JavaScript embed code, it can nominally change a PageSpeed score. 

The Leadbox is built to load after your website becomes interactive. That way, the user experience of your website is focused on your content. The Leadbox will load after they've seen your website content and can interact with it. However, PageSpeed insights doesn't measure this subtly. In fact, sometimes, with changes in the tool's algorithm, the score attributes more or less to 3rd party scripts regardless of their impact to actual speed to your site. 

In the following, note that the Leadferno website is interactive before the Leadbox ever loads, ensuring your customers don't have their experience diminished by the Leadbox. 


One way to avoid a higher score, though not necessarily a better user experience, add defer to your embed code for the Leadbox. Again, we've already built the Leadbox so that it doesn't interfere with you initial website interactivity, so adding this will simply improve the report's score and possibly slow when the Leadbox will appear on your site. An example with defer:

<script src="" data-leadferno data-bid="a3ar2o91-144n-3w17-eich-490ej13o1e4l" data-url="" defer></script>

We suggest you always test using your own phone and browsers to measure load time and interactivity of your website. Popular search engines do not use tools to score your website, but measure user load times directly.

Please reach out if you feel like Leadbox is diminishing the visitor experience on your website, and we're happy to help ensure getting leads just works.