Core Web Vitals is the name given to the group of Google's three main measurements of a website's user experience, and this assessment will be going live this summer as a search engine ranking factor. As these parameters are technical in nature and the documentation is geared more for developers as opposed to business owners, I will be writing in depth in the very near future about web vitals from practical standpoint, so those of you who are interested in learning more can do so. For reference, these measurements are: Largest Contentful Paint (LCP), First Input Delay (FID), and Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS).
Because these Core Web Vitals measurements will be ranking factors for search engine listings, we will need to:
For the time being, tech SEO’s and the developer community…[and website owners are]… stuck having to “fix” what isn’t broken in order to make it abide to Google’s idea of what the web should look like.
My team and I are working to determine the best way for us to provide you with Core Web Vitals compliance at a reasonable and affordable fee for our clients. As it appears that Google is now focusing on engagement (whereas with SSL they first focused on security), we want to make sure that all engagement-related website parameters are addressed, improved, and monitored.