Reasons Why Your Website Not Ranking On Google And How To Fix It
As said by Google "we will prioritize pages with the best information overall, even if some aspects of page experience are subpar."
You can read it here : Evaluating page experience for a better web
Google has updated the core web vitals and the page experience FAQs accessible in the Google support forums. From its original version, quite a bit has been updated. As announced by Google, in these FAQs they have answered some of most asked questions about page experience ranking like: Where does Core Web Vitals data come from? How are scores for individual URLs calculated? In other words, how is it determined if a page passes or fails the web vitals assessment? How is the score calculated for a URL that was recently published and hasn't yet generated 28 days of data? and many more.
In the month of December 2020, Google had answered some basic and frequently asked questions of the users. In return, they received positive feedback from the users as many of them found the answers useful. Now they're back answering some more questions of the users that are accessible in the Google support forums.
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But the biggest question that arises is if Google is still prioritizing the websites with the best information then on what basis will they judge the website's Core Web Vitals. If the website with a good amount of information is found to be poor at Core Web Vitals then how it will affect their rankings. Google has mentioned that a good website representation will never override good and relevant content.
With Googleb's page experience update which is going to launch in May 2021, everyone is confused if it will have a major or less impact on their rankings. However, everyone is measuring and enhancing their website's user experience.
The data comes from the Chrome User Experience Report, which is based on actual user visits and interactions with web pages (also known as field data). To be clear, the data is not computed based on lab simulations of loading pages or based on the visits of a non-human visitor like Googlebot.
The page experience update introduces a new signal that our search algorithms will use alongside hundreds of other signals to determine the best content to show in response to a query. Our systems will continue to prioritize pages with the best information overall, even if some aspects of page experience are subpar. A good page experience doesn't override having great, relevant content.
This is similar to changes we've had in the past, such as our mobile-friendly update or our speed update. As with those signals, page experience will be more important in "tie-breaker" types of situations. If there are multiple pages of similar quality and content, those with better page experience might perform better than those without.
In short, publishers shouldn't worry that when we begin using page experience, that they may suffer some immediate significant drop, if they're still working on making improvements. But publishers should be focused on making those improvements a relative priority over time. This is because as more and more sites continue to improve their page experience, it will be the norm that publishers will want to match.
Yes. Page experience ranking signals, based on Core Web Vitals, are applied globally on all browsers on mobile devices.
Read here Core Web Vitals and Page Experience updated FAQs: Core Web Vitals & Page Experience FAQs (Updated: March 2021)
User experience is going to be most important over time. If user loves your website, Google will eventually love your website. With SIB Infotech, there is no need to worry about your website's user experience.