What You Need to Know About Google's New Page Experience - Core Web Vitals


Google will be rewarding sites that offer visitors good experience via a new 'Core Web Vitals' feature in addition to other Search Signals for Page Experience.

The Google’s Core Web Vitals are essentially related to how quickly a site loads and how soon a visitor can start interacting with a web page.

There are three elements of the Core Web Vitals:
  • Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) - Loading
  • First Input Delay (FID) - Interactivity
  • Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) - Virtual Stability

Providing a quality user experience to website visitors is important for the long-term success of online sites.
Also an opportunity to improve customer experience and perhaps gain a boost in search engine rankings.

Tips and Actions on How to Pass Google's Core Web Vitals

  • Seek for a professional web developer on how to improve your page's PageSpeed score.
  • Make use of lab and field tools..
  • Optimize database interactions..
  • Enable compression to improve load times..
  • Utilize Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) to improve the LCP scores.
  • Understand the Core Web Vitals: LCP, CLS and FID.
  • Act on PageSpeed Insights suggestions and recommendations.
  • Leverage WordPress plugins..
  • Stay up to date on Core Web Vitals by following the Google Developer blog..
  • Learn more about resources provided by Web.dev that go into detail on how to improve your site.
  • Use field data tools like PageSpeed Insights to identify suggested ways to improve...


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