Your business and/or brand’s online presence begins with your website.
It’s where your first impressions happen, and as we know, making a great first impression is something we all strive for. In the digital landscape, first impressions are about more than just looks.
You also need to consider other technical aspects that can’t be seen at first glance.
With years of helping companies grow their digital presence under our belt, we know the importance of considering SEO when designing websites.
We compiled a list of SEO factors to consider within your web design.
1. Core Web Vitals and Page Speed
Core Web Vitals are a current hot topic within the SEO industry because they will soon be considered a ranking factor. According to Google, Core Web Vitals represent a distinct facet of the user experience, are measurable in the field, and reflect the real-world experience of a critical user-centric outcome. They measure how long the page takes to load, the delay of the first input, and if the items are visually stable.
Core Web Vitals are found within Google Search Console. You’ll see an overall graph for device type and if you open the report, you’ll find a sample list of URLs.