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Page Speed & CWV

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Page Speed & Core Web Vitals Optimisation

With Google putting more focus on improved user experience through the optimisation of page speed and other core Web vitals factors, it is now more important than ever to get your site working effectively with these to improve user experience and rankings. We can help with both WordPress and headless websites to make sure your site is compliant on providing the best user experience possible.

Why choose us for CWV optimisation

  • Full analysis with recommendations
  • Implementation service as well as analysis
  • Experience with WordPress and Headless optimisation
  • Technical resource to support your internal team
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The Importance of Core Web Vitals Optimisation

With CWV factors now a ranking factor for both desktop and mobile it's essential to optimise your website now.

Core Web Vitals is now a ranking factor for both mobile and desktop

Core Web Vitals is now a ranking factor for both desktop and mobile. So by not optimising these factors you could be risking a drop in rankings or not fulfilling your full potential to appear in front of your customers.

Enhance user experience

Google's focus on core web vitals is driven by improving user experience, so by optimising for these factors you will not only be improving the technical SEO aspects of your website but also improving user experience.

Analysis of Core Web Vitals factors

We will analyse both core web vitals reports and the code base of your website to come up with a development plan for how to improve your website.

Implementation

After the analysis we will give you a plan for the implementation of fixes to improve your website, enhancing speed and other core Web vitals factors. This can be implemented by your own team, or we can  implement these development changes for you.

Our Analysis Packages

Our investigation packages will review how your site is performing and identify how to improve performance. After the analysis we can also provide a quote for implementing the recommendations for you.

WordPress

CWV Analysis for WordPress Websites

£1,195 + VAT
  • Review of up to 5 page types/templates
  • Findings and implementation recomendations (development backlog)
  • Support with and review of implementation if done in house
  • Time and cost for implementation (we'll discount 100% of the review fee from this cost if you use us)
  • 1 year free access to our Bulk Page Speed tool (launching soon)
  • Price for Multisite and WooCommerce will be slightly more. Please contact us for a price.
Headless

CWV Analysis for Headless Websites

£1,995 + VAT
  • Review of up to 5 page types/templates
  • Findings and implementation recomendations (development backlog)
  • Support with and review of implementation if done in house
  • Time and cost for implementation (we'll discount 100% of the review fee from this cost if you use us)
  • 1 year free access to our Bulk Page Speed tool (launching soon)
  • For React based front-ends (Vue coming soon)
  • Price for non commerce sites. Contact us for a quote for Headless Commerce websites.

Core Web Vitals Factors

There are a number of factors that make up page performance. We've listed these below.

First Contentful Paint

First Contentful Paint reports the time when the browser first rendered any text, image (including background images), non-white canvas or SVG. This includes text with pending webfonts. This is the first time users could start consuming page content.

Largest Contentful Paint

Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) is an important, user-centric metric for measuring perceived load speed because it marks the point in the page load timeline when the page's main content has likely loaded—a fast LCP helps reassure the user that the page is useful.

Cumulative Layout Shift

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) is an important, user-centric metric for measuring visual stability because it helps quantify how often users experience unexpected layout shifts-a low CLS helps ensure that the page is delightful.

First Input Delay

First Input Delay (FID) is an important, user-centric metric for measuring load responsiveness because it quantifies the experience users feel when trying to interact with unresponsive pages—a low FID helps ensure that the page is usable.

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