3. How to measure web vitals
- PageSpeed Insights can diagnose both lab and field problems, and the API can manage a large number of URLs at once. (Excellent for SEO teams determining target pages and the competitive landscape.)
- Lighthouse, Chrome DevTools, and the Web Vitals Extension will assist the technical team in making and testing updates in offline environments.
- Chrome UXReport can be used to create a personalized dashboard that provides a more granular and immersive way for you and your team to track notifications than Search Console.
4. What exactly is core web vitals update
- absence of malicious content
- a safe connection
- no obtrusive interstitials (pop-ups)
- load speed
- visual stability
Core Web Vitals promises to improve the browsing experience.
The page’s performance will be graded on a scale of one to ten
- LCP: < 2.5 seconds
- FID: < 100 milliseconds
- CLS: < 0.1
The content must be compliant 75% of the time.
Core Web Vitals aren’t a quality filter; they’re the compass for user interface.
5. How to Forecast the Impact of the Core Web Vitals Update
Make a list of the high-risk pages.
Identify the competitive situation
Putting all together
6. How to prepare for web vitals update
Adapt trial and error method
Understand what you can avoid prioritizing.
Make a contingency plan.
Continue to optimize
Conduct a Site Audit
Ongoing training of SEO
7. In the end, what matters is what is on the inside.
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