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.
You may have heard about Google’s new core web vital statistics that are going to be part of the upcoming Page Experience ranking signal, likely to be rolled out sometime in 2021. Ensure that your website is meeting these new “requirements,” by digging into your Google Search Console.
Content and SEO go hand in hand. It’s hard to have success in either, without the help of the other. How you display your important content on a page can have a large impact on that page’s rankings and SEO performance. Although there are many ways to display content on a web page, there are two that could lead to a negative impact in SEO performance. The two methods that could be cause for concern are when content is “dynamically displayed” or “hidden.” To know why dynamic and hidden content could affect your SEO efforts, it’s important to first know how a Search Engine works. If you’re already familiar with how search engines work, feel free to skip to the next section, “Differences Between Dynamic & Hidden Content.”