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Since the launch of Google’s Core Web Vitals, every webmaster has understood the importance of a site’s performance for better search result visibility. Developers worldwide are improving their projects’ architecture to focus more and more on performance to reach Google’s defined benchmarks. At BionicWP, we have been helping our clients to achieve performance goals so our partners can keep their attention on other areas of their business.
To understand the upcoming changes, let’s first dive into what Core Web Vitals are.
Core Web Vitals are the subset of metrics that apply to all web pages. The current set focuses on three aspects of the user experience—loading, interactivity, and visual stability—and includes the following metrics (and their respective thresholds).
INP is a metric that aims to represent a page’s overall interaction latency by selecting one of the single longest interactions that occurs when a user visits a page. For pages with less than 50 interactions in total, INP is the interaction with the worst latency. For pages with many interactions, INP is most often in the 98th percentile of interaction latency.
At BionicWP, we are already closely working with our engineers to launch an advanced solution to keep your site responsive and performing at the ideal baseline (or better) for the Core Web Vitals update. We’ll manage your site’s speed and performance so you can focus on the business.