Google Products & Third Party Web Add-Ons Negatively Affect Core Web Vitals Scores – Martin Splitt Explains

Google Products & Third Party Web Add-Ons Negatively Affect Core Web Vitals Scores - Martin Splitt Explains

Google’s Martin Splitt talked about Google products and why they can’t get basic scores from Web vitals.

Like other third-party web plugins, Google products may have a negative impact on the maximum score of Web vitals.

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Google Products Slow Down Websites

Google Ads and other products may slow down the site. For many publishers, it is frustrating that the Google AdSense code is one of the main violations of web elements. You would think that Google will use its own advertising network. But this is not the case, Martin explained why.

Loren Baker, the founder of Search Engine Journal, pointed out that Google Analytics, Google Ads and Google tags will have a negative impact on the core scores of the web lifecycle.

All Third Party Add-ons

Martin explained that Google search makes no distinction between third-party plug-ins, not even Google plug-ins. From a search perspective, everything is the same when it comes to the main important elements of the web.

Admittedly, it can be tricky to get the highest scores for core web vitals. The solution for handling Google products is the same as the solution for any other third-party application. There is no advantage to using Google products in search terms.

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

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