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Google - Evaluating page experience for a better web

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Here is a notice from the Official Google Webmaster Central blog about upcoming ranking changes:
...In recent years, Search has added a variety of user experience criteria, such as how quickly pages load and mobile-friendliness, as factors for ranking results. Earlier this month, the Chrome team announced Core Web Vitals, a set of metrics related to speed, responsiveness and visual stability, to help site owners measure user experience on the web.

Today, we’re building on this work and providing an early look at an upcoming Search ranking change that incorporates these page experience metrics. We will introduce a new signal that combines Core Web Vitals with our existing signals for page experience to provide a holistic picture of the quality of a user’s experience on a web page....

...We recognize many site owners are rightfully placing their focus on responding to the effects of COVID-19. The ranking changes described in this post will not happen before next year, and we will provide at least six months notice before they’re rolled out...
Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Evaluating page experience for a better web
May 28, 2020

Read the whole notice to check what they will be incorporating. How are you doing on these metrics? Do you have your work cut out for you?


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