Core Web Vitals Website Audit
Measure & Fix sitespeed problems with the best possible pagespeed strategy. I can help by auditing the pagespeed and Core Web Vitals of your website.
I help companies fix the Core Web Vitals, set up robuust Core Web Vitals RUM tracking, improve pagespeed awareness and manage Core Web Vitals best-practice implementation
✔ 15+ years of experience in fixing PageSpeed
✔ Highly recommended with a proven track record
✔ I will analyze, explain, mobilize and implement an improved performance strategy
Essential pagespeed audit & beyond
I offer 3 levels of pagespeed audits. For smaller websites I offer the Essential PageSpeed audit which will cover the PageSpeed essentials and should allow you to pass the Core Web Vitals. For larger sites or when pagespeed is critical I offer the extended pagespeed audit where I will dive deeper into you PageSpeed metrics. For sites with multiple developers I offer direct developer team support.
Essential PageSpeed audit
- Fix Core Web Vital issues
- Proof of concept
- Technical Report
- Based on 1 page template
- 2 hour online session
Extended site speed audit
- All essential audit features
- Speed up recurring visitors
- Advanced pagespeed optimization
- Advanced Technical Report
- Re-usable code examples
- Based on max 5 page templates
- 2x2 hour online sessions
Dev team support
- Fix Core Web Vital issues
- Technical support
- Second opinion
- Supervision of implementation
- RUM analytics & Management reporting
53% of mobile site visitors will leave a page that takes longer than 3 seconds to load!
PageSpeed audit for your website
Is your development team struggling to find out what is causing the Core Web Vitals to fail? Or do you want your developers to double check their Core Web Vitals strategy?
This is how I conduct a Core Web Vitals audit
Page speed is an elusive concept for many businesses. I get that. Perfect Core Web Vitals should not be a goal (although I do love those!). The goal is to create the fastest website experience possible.
That's why I will not take on any client. If you are serious about speeding up your website let's talk!
I tackle the Core Web Vitals data-driven. There is no room for guesswork. I will measure the performance of your site, identify issues and find the best solutions and fit them into the perfect pagespeed strategy
2. Audit & report
The next step is a comprehensive site audit and a full detailed Core Web Vital report that covers why web performance is hurting and the most effective fixes.
To prevent regression and ensure that you get the most our of the Core Web Vitals audit I will meet with your developers and explain it in a 2 hour session.
PageSpeed and Core Web Vitals Audit
Click and go: that's how fast a website should be. I will work with you and continue until the user experience can no longer be improved. And that's where the magic comes in:
- A better SEO score
- More visitors from Google
- More leads
- Higher conversion
- More customers and turnover
- In addition, it is neat and professional. Isn't that what you want as a company?
And if you need I can optimize your website far beyond the basic principles of the Core Web Vitals guidelines. Fast, faster, fastest.
Create more business with a fast website
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Frequently asked questions
How long does it take to conduct a Core Web Vitals audit?
It generally takes me about a week to conduct a Core Web Vitals audit and write the Core Web Vitals report. Sometimes I directly recommend some simple but high impact changes. In that case I usually need to wait for new data and then start my audit.
How often should a Core Web Vitals audit be conducted?
It is generally recommended to conduct a Core Web Vitals audit at least once per year, or more frequently if significant changes are made to the website. Regular audits can help a company stay up-to-date with industry best practices and ensure that its website is performing optimally.
What tools do you use for a Core Web Vitals audit?
I use the CrUX dataset as my definitive measure of success. At the end of the audit and when my recommendations have been implemented I expect the CrUX data to improve. I do not let myself be guided by other Lab metric like lighthouse.
There are many other tools that I use. For example: Core/Dash, the Chrome performance trace, The Core Web Vitals visualizer, react profiler tools etc
Why is a Core Web Vitals audit important?
A Core Web Vitals audit is a process of evaluating a website's performance on these metrics and identifying areas for improvement. By analyzing and improving the performance of a website, a company can provide a better experience for its users, which can lead to increased customer satisfaction and loyalty. Additionally, Google has announced that it will use Core Web Vitals as a ranking factor in its search algorithm, so a website with better Core Web Vitals scores may rank higher in search results.
What are the key components of a Core Web Vitals audit?
The key components of a Core Web Vitals audit include evaluating the website's loading speed, interactivity, and visual stability. This may involve analyzing metrics such as First Contentful Paint (FCP), First Input Delay (FID), and Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS).
How can the results of a Core Web Vitals audit be used to improve a website?
The results of a Core Web Vitals audit can be used to identify areas for improvement on a website, such as optimizing images and other large assets, reducing the number of redirects, and minimizing the use of third-party scripts. By implementing these and other performance-enhancing changes, a company can improve the performance of its website and provide a better experience for its users.
Is a Core Web Vitals audit the same as a page speed audit?
While a Core Web Vitals audit and a page speed audit are similar in that they both involve analyzing the performance of a website, they are not the same thing. A Core Web Vitals audit specifically focuses on the Core Web Vitals metrics, which measure the performance, usability, and visual stability of a webpage. A page speed audit may also include an analysis of these metrics, but may also include additional performance-related factors, such as server response times and the size of page elements!
Can a Core Web Vitals audit be conducted on a website that is not live or publicly accessible?
Yes, a Core Web Vitals audit can be conducted on a website that is not live or publicly accessible. In this case, the website would need to be hosted on a development or staging server, and the audit would be conducted on the staging server rather than the live website. This can be useful for testing and debugging purposes, as well as for identifying performance issues before a website is launched!
Q: Can a Core Web Vitals audit be conducted on a website that is built with a content management system (CMS)?
A: Yes, a Core Web Vitals audit can be conducted on a website that is built with a content management system (CMS) such as WordPress or Drupal. In fact, many CMSs have built-in features or plugins that can help with optimizing website performance and improving Core Web Vitals scores.
Q: Can a Core Web Vitals audit be conducted on a website that is built with a custom platform or framework?
A: Yes, a Core Web Vitals audit can be conducted on a website that is built with a custom platform or framework. The process of conducting the audit will be similar to that of a website built with a CMS, with the exception that the specific optimization techniques and tools used may vary depending on the platform or framework.
Q: Can a Core Web Vitals audit be conducted on a website that uses dynamic content or server-side rendering?
A: Yes, a Core Web Vitals audit can be conducted on a website that uses dynamic content or server-side rendering. The process of conducting the audit may be slightly more complex in these cases, as the website's performance may be affected by factors such as the server's response time and the amount of data being transmitted. However, the same principles and tools used for a static website can generally be applied to a dynamic or server-side rendered website.