Core Web Vitals May Require Website Technical Analysis – May 2021 Update

Core Web Vitals May Require Website Technical Analysis - May 2021 Update

Google’s Martin Splitt discussed the value of being flexible enough to replace plug-ins, if it can’t adapt to get higher scores on a core web vitals, plug-ins can be replaced.

Also read: semrush updates 

Next, Martin gave an analogy, that is, owning a car with a very good gas mileage, but the car often fails every two months.

So, in other words, if the publisher’s website slows down due to the page function and cannot optimize the function, then maybe it’s time to find another way to achieve the function, or if the function is abandoned it is not. You will miss it very much.

Part of the optimization campaign is to evaluate the impact of any plug-in or plug-in on the site.

Lighthouse and PageSpeed ​​Insight gave the concept of problem files.

But at some point, optimizing speed will make publishers consider a lot of things, because a slow website speed may be detrimental to conversions and rankings, so some plug-ins need to be added to the website.

This means discarding anything that causes the site’s own weight and slowing it down.

Source: Google’s Page Experience Update & Core Web Vitals with Martin Splitt 

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