Core Web Vitals Speed Optimization Service

Our goal with this service is for you to pass Google’s Core Web Vitals metrics and rank higher in Google.

Do you want to provide the best user experience possible? Our Core Web Vitals Optimization Service is the key to your high-quality user experience. We fix all four metrics – LCP, FCP, FID, and CLS – on Google PageSpeed Insights and guarantee 90% of your site’s poor URLs are fixed on GSC.

Google’s Core Web Vitals (CWV) metrics are a set of standardised site speed metrics gathered from real people using Google Chrome who visit your website. This is the data that Google uses in its ranking algorithm, and failure to meet these metrics will result in errors and warnings in Google Search Console.

These metrics are fantastic for website owners, managers, and marketers because they reflect what’s going on in the real world and provide us with hard data to work with when optimising websites for speed and a specific set of numbers to aim for. We optimise your site for real-world site speed, revalidate it in Google Search Console, and follow up 28 days later to ensure you pass.

Say no to slow loading times and bad URLs, and yes to fast loading times, responsiveness, and visual stability. Contact us today and prepare to see your conversions skyrocket.

We focus on three core web vitals metrics as well as three other important metrics with this service; these metrics and our goals for them are:

TTFB, or time to first byte (also known as server response time), should be 0.1-0.2 seconds in the country where the site is hosted and 0.2-0.5 seconds globally.This is a web vitals metric (not a core metric), but it is critical for that snappy, instant loading experience.

FCP, or first contentful paint time, is less than 1.8 seconds – this is the time when the user notices something begin to load. It is the time when the first piece of content is displayed. Again, this is a web vitals metric (rather than a core web vital), but it is critical for user experience.

LCP or largest contentful pain, This is one of the three core web vitals, and we want it to be under 2.5 seconds for 75% or more of your visitors.The LCP time is the time when the page’s largest piece of content appears.This is essentially when the user perceives the site to be loaded.

CLS, or cumulative layout shift, is a core web vital metric that, unlike speed, is calculated based on how much the page moves around while loading. Layout shift is when you go to click on a part of the page and it suddenly shifts and your mouse is in the wrong place – that’s layout shift.We require this number under 0.1 for a passing grade.

Page weight or page size in megabytes (MB) – this is not a Google metric but is critical in ensuring the page loads quickly. We’d like to keep all pages under 1.5mb.Pages larger than 3mb almost always fail the Core Web Vitals test, and we see SEO ranking issues with sites with multiple pages larger than 5mb.

FID, or First Input Delay, is how quickly the site responds to the user’s first input.Because this metric can only be measured in the real world, we concentrate on a combination of time to interactive (under 3.8 seconds) and total blocking time (under 200ms). This typically entails optimising javascript code such as livechat code, marketing code, and theme code.

If you have any questions before ordering, please email or submit a free site speed audit request, and one of the team members will respond within one business day or less.