Thank You For Your Interest In Downloading The Checklist For Increasing Page Speed And Strengthen Core Web Vitals Score
Google has recently made Core Web Vitals, a key factor for mobile search ranking in its page experience update that is expected to be rolled out by mid-June.
Core web vitals have direct correlation with page speed.
Hence, increasing page speed by implementing latest best practices is highly likely to have a positive effect on your Core Web Vitals’ score.
In this document, we have provided a checklist comprising of 35 factors that could speed up your website and improve LCP, FID and CLS scores
Everyone Works For Google. And Google Tells Everyone How To.
A 35-point checklist to make Google, and your users happy
Our CWV resource is a systematic checklist that your SEO team can use. It lists 35 best practices to ensure your branded digital properties get great CWV scores. It covers aspects of Loading, Interactivity, and Visual Content Stability. Your websites get to be safe to browse, and mobile friendly.
CWV and page experience is? Gospel according to Google.
Core Web Vitals (CWV) are a set of metrics that Google uses and publishes to measure and rank your website’s user experience. In Google’s own words - Core Web Vitals are a set of real-world, user-centered metrics that quantify key aspects of the user experience. They measure dimensions of web usability such as load time, interactivity, and the stability of content as it loads…
And its official now. In God’s own words – “…Google evaluates page experience metrics for individual URLs on your site and will use them as a ranking signal for a URL in Google Search results….“
Google is benevolent
It does not insist you have to boost your page experience rankings. “No pressure.”, it says. But…If you want the investments on your digital properties to pay off, you have no choice.
CWV is the biggest contributor to an improved page experience ranking on Google’s search engine. This is important because while your content may be great, every section of your website needs to be tweaked for higher ranking in search engines. A great page experience includes safe browsing, and a seamless transition to other devices. And clutter free.
A good ranking leads to higher traffic to your websites. Users are likely to have a better experience. And happy users tend to be happy customers.
But you know all this!
By the very fact you are here to check our resource! Thanks for dropping by. Please share your deepest darkest secrets with us in the form before you download the resource. We promise not to tell! 😀
Are you the Marketing Head? Maybe this is not for you…
As a Marketing Head Honcho, it’s unlikely you develop and optimize web pages for a living. (If you do, all power to you!) You would know anyways know that not optimizing your website pages for speed and UX affects your search rankings. So, do pass this document on to your SEO team.