The experience your customers get once they enter your website can be a game changer for your online business in terms of sales, revenue, customers interaction and overall experience.
Once you release new features for your website or blog, or once you add new plugins or widgets, add new styles, animations or functionality, all these can affect the Performance, SEO or Accessibility of your website.
Search engines tend to rank higher the website, web pages that load faster and offer a better experience for your users. This is why it’s important to constantly review/monitor the overall experience of your website or of your webpages and get notified when changes happen.
Core Web Vitals are a set of specific factors that Google considers important in a webpage’s overall user experience, but the chances are that if your improve towards the Core Web Vitals metrics, you’ll rank higher also in other search engine since you improve the performance of your website.
Set Up New Test
Creating a new tests takes just a few seconds, add the website and click the Run Test button.
Set Up New Alert
For each web page test you’ve created you can add multiple alerts based on the full list of supported metrics below.
You can create multiple alerts for each test. Just click New Alert and choose the Metric and the trigger condition and threshold.
For each alert, you can view past results and understand when these alerts fail for each test individually.
Run history will show also the image timeline for each run and understand better the experience your customers receive when they load your website on Mobile or Desktop devices.
Core Web Vital Metrics
Getting a full picture of the Performance, SEO or Accessibility scores of your website or web pages is very important.
Full list of improvements with action items are displayed for each section. The impact of each change will be listed as well.