With the importance of Core Web Vitals to the general health of websites, there is increasing emphasis on monitoring each page’s performance in order to make regular improvements.
This has led to the development of tools to keep track of a webpage’s Core Web Vitals performance.
One of these new tools is Clickio, a technology solution for digital publishers that recently released its Core Web Vitals Monitoring functionality.
It was built to help website publishers and managers in tracking all three Core Web Vitals in real time that includes alerts when a webpage falls below standard.
Let’s look at a few more functionalities of Core Web Vitals Monitoring.
Simple setup. The digital tool is based on the web-vitals library that is developed by Google and can be implemented with a single tag.
Automated alerts. Whenever a webpage slips below a specific level of Core Web Vitals performance, an email alert is triggered so that website owners and managers can respond in real time.
Detailed data. Because the platform is able to identify specific issues by the page, device, and browser, you’re able to holistically view everything that needs to be fixed.
User data. Having rich data on users lets owners and managers generate meaningful insight that goes beyond lab data in order to track how users are experiencing a website. There is no need to wait weeks for updates with real-time data on users.
“Core Web Vitals Monitoring empowers independent publishers to take charge of their CWVs compliance,” said Alexander Azarov, CEO and founder of Clickio. “With Google’s recent announcement that page experience ranking will also be coming to desktop, CWVs are set to become even more important than they already are.”
The benefits to a brand’s website can be tracked on Google’s search ranking. “Publishers are likely to see an effect on their search rankings once the change is implemented,” added Alexander, “meaning the ability to monitor CWVs in real time with real-user data, and drill down into different variables, such as device type and browser, will be absolutely critical.
“We expect the metrics that make up CWVs to evolve over time, so constant tracking will be crucial for publishers to maintain page – and user – experience.”