Every year Google comes with a new Google algorithm update 2021 and provides a great user experience. The Core Web Vital, Page experience update is one of them.
In this Google algorithm update 2021, there are 3 signals.
- First – Fast
- Second – Easy to use
- Third – Beautifully structured and well-designed
It’s a big step taken by Google and shared the idea of great user experience inside the SERP.
With this Google algorithm update 2021, your site ranking and CTR [Click Through Rate] will be affected. In this blog, we are going to explain in detail the changes in the algorithm, how you can optimize your website, and last but not least the future scope of the web.
Let us Understand What is Google Page Experience Update?
In-Page Experience update, there are 3 core web vitals. That is fast, easy to use, and better user experience.
What are the new signals?
1- Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)
This signal is for site loading time. If you are familiar with the lighthouse tool and their reports then it’s the first metric which means how long it will take to load a web page content.
2- First Input Delay (FID)
This is for interactivity. It’s simple to understand how long you can use the website intentionally and click on the elements of the page.
3- Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)
This signal is for Visual Stability.
How We Can Check Our Web Vitals Right now?
There are 2 methods:
- First – Light House Tool
- Second – Search console, which was also known as Webmaster earlier
Both are Google’s Web Dev tools.
What should we do if our site is not core web vitals friendly?
If you find any issues on your site in Core Web Vitals signals then you need to fix it at the earliest. Else your web ranking can be penalized.
Loading Time, Interactivity, and Visual Stability will not impact in Ranking until May 2021. But make sure you fix all the issues before deadlines.
Also a very important point: If the website has mobile-friendliness, unsafe browsing, security, pop-ups, or HTTPS issues then, first of all, you will have to fix it on priority. These errors cannot be ignored.
Google is continuously upgrading several of its search algorithms and we should expect more updates like this in the future as well.
So be prepared! Keep creating the best content & the best user experience and your site will adapt to the changes faster. Wishing you the very best!
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