Pak Kriss, could you please improve our page’s Google PageSpeed Insights score to 100? Well, that is something we can accomplish.
You’ve almost certainly tested your website at Google’s PageSpeed Insights – Google Developers more than once.
Most of the time, the outcome is discouraging.
There are a lot of posts on Facebook groups about this topic that say, “Please help – my PageSpeed scores are bad.” or “How can I improve my Google Page Speed score?”
Core Web Vitals are a set of real-world website performance metrics that Google considers critical to user experience. And from May 2021 they will have a direct impact on the search ranking. So if you want more organic search traffic, you need to get your core web vitals in shape.
In this guide, we’re going to cover everything you need to know about Core Web Vitals, including:
-Exactly what they are
-How they’ll influence your Google rankings
-How Google measures them
-Where you can see your site’s Core Web Vitals
-How to find and fix common issues with each of the three Core Web Vitals
A design company created test sites full of super-annoying issues, such as slow load times, auto-play music, and pop-ups, then measured how much each increased people’s blood pressure.
It’s a devil’s bargain to be a tech tester. Sure, you get to see the latest and greatest things, but you also are essentially being digitally poked and prodded to measure everything. This new study by Cyber Duck UX Agency out of the UK went further with digital torture to measure stress levels.