Google’s Page Experience Update is here. From May, sites have been judged by the new page experience standards Google expects and, if you haven’t got to grips with how to match up to them, you’ve likely seen your site fall rapidly down Google’s rankings.
The Page Experience Update focuses on whether websites are providing seamless (and quick) experiences for their users and, more than ever before, takes into consideration the speed at which your pages load. You’ll have been faced with new terms such as largest contentful paint, first input delay, and cumulative layout shift – but what exactly do they mean, and why are they important?
In this webinar, we’ll be taking you through the core web vitals you’ll need to get to grips with by using a visual representation of what they each mean during a page load. We’ll also be showing you how to use Google’s Lighthouse tool to identify areas of meaningful improvement on your site, to ensure you can stay on top of your site speed optimisations.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The core web vitals of the Google User Experience Update that you need to remember
- How you can measure these new metrics against your page performance
- Some key ways you can minimise your page load speed and improve user experience
- How to use Lighthouse to identify areas of improvement and maintain your optimisations
Watch this webinar to demystify the Google Page Experience Update and learn how to get on top of your site speed optimisations.