A major Google update called Core Web Vitals is set to be fully rolled out by May of 2021. There are four main elements of this update, each of which aims to provide users with fast, easy-to-navigate websites and an overall positive experience.
That’s what you want for your clients too, of course, but how do you ensure that that’s what your website offers? This is a critical question for anyone who relies upon their website for business since Google reserves the right to lower rankings or even delist someone whose website fails to meet their guidelines.
Richard Jacobs covers each of the four main metrics of Core Web Vitals: Largest Contentful Paint, First Input Delay, Cumulative Layout Shift, and mobile-friendliness. He explains what each metric means, how to know when your website isn’t up to par, and how Speakeasy Authority Marketing covers all the bases for each and every one of their clients.
Over the past nine years, Jacobs has been closely following Google principles and updates, staying a step ahead of the game to ensure that his clients are in a good position with every update. By virtue of remaining diligent in this way, Google updates have never had a serious negative impact on any Speakeasy Authority Marketing clients.
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