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Has your Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Optimize, GA4, or Microsoft Clarity script been identified as a “severe issue” when running a page speed or experience update test? You are not alone if so, but it might not be as bad as you think.
In Universal Analytics, Goals were a way for you to measure conversion points that were important to your business. Goals were View based and had a limit of 20 Goals per View. In GA4 Views and Goals have been removed and in their place are Conversion Events. You have a limit of 30 Conversion Events in your GA4 Property.
With the upcoming Page Experience ranking signal being released by Google in May, finding out where your site stands in terms of their new Core Web Vitals (CWV) ranking metrics (part of the Page Experience update) will be crucial in getting any underperforming pages up to snuff by the time the new ranking signal goes live. Putting together a CWV benchmark report will help you outline groups of pages on your site that are underperforming and prioritize resources to get them optimized.