Page speed affects user experience, which can make or break your site. Faster Site makes for better UX & can increase page views, conversions & reduce bounce rate.

Benefits of improving page speed🧵👇

#pageexperience #Corewebvitals #webperf #pagespeed #wordpress #seo #blogging
1. Improve User Experience by Increasing Website Speed 🕵️
2. Increase Page Views 📰
3. Increase Conversions ↗️
4. Lower Bounce Rate 🔻

Above mentioned are benefits of improving page speed.

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9 Jun
Google announced the release of Lighthouse 8.0 with a mix of stricter
& easier scoring. Most sites are estimated to enjoy improved scores.

What Changes to Google Lighthouse Tool?👇

#Lighthouse #Corewebvitals #webperf #pagespeed #wordpress #seo #blogging #Google #perfmatters
1️⃣ Performance score has been re-weighted
2️⃣ Total Blocking Time (TBT) Scoring is Stricter
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How Website Speed Impacts Visitors and Sales 🏷️?

Real-world Examples:👇

#pageexperience #Corewebvitals #webperf #pagespeed #wordpress #seo #blogging #Google #sales #perfmatters #WebPerformance #bbc #Amazon #Tokopedia
1. @amazon: Every 100ms of Latency Cost them lose 1% of sales.
2. @Walmart: +2% conversion per 1 second load time improvement.
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Sales are dropping?

88% of online Buyers say they wouldn’t return to a Site after having a bad User Experience.

Poor Cumulative Layout Shift score can be the reason for bad UX.

#pageexperience #Corewebvitals #webperf #pagespeed #wordpress #seo #blogging #UX #perfmatters #Sales
What is Cumulative Layout Shift❓:

The Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) represents the visual stability of a website. A shift in a layout can occur any time when a visible element changes its position from one rendered frame to the next.

Focus on these to improve CLS 🏆👇
1️⃣ Add Dimensions for Image and Video Elements:

Always include size attributes on images and video elements, or provide the necessary space with a CSS aspect ratio box.
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27 May
Out of million sites, 

52.01% has a Poor LCP (Largest Contentful Paint) Score that directly affects  their Ranking and UX.

Only 47.99% has a good LCP Score.

Here's How to Improve LCP 🚀

#pageexperience #Corewebvitals #webperf #pagespeed #wordpress #seo #blogging #perfmatters
1️⃣ Preload Important Assets:
If you think that a particular resource on a page should be prioritized, use <link rel=”preload”> to load it sooner.
2️⃣ Load CSS after HTML loading:
Load CSS Codes after HTML Loading. To optimize your website, it is also a good idea to remove unused CSS code.
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Other search signals for page experience besides core web vitals are:-

#CoreWebVitals #Blogging #WordPress #SEO #CrUX #Website #webvitals #Google
Non-Intrusive Interstitials: Ensures that vital on-page content isn’t blocked for clients as they are exploring the page
HTTPS: Focuses on whether the site’s association is secure and if the site is being served over HTTPS or not.
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