Core Web Vitals Test

Test your website performance

Scoring low in this Google Core Web Vitals assessment means that your website is not performing as well as it could.

This might cause search engines to penalize your website and rank it lower.

How can I check if my website passes the core web vitals test?

Enter your websites URL in the form above and press Test core web vitals.

There are four possible outcomes:

  1. Failure. Your website doesn't pass core web vitals test. This means there are some problems with your website performance. This will affect the experience users will have when visiting your website. Your website will feel slow and unresponsive. Google and other search engines might rank your website lower due to this. To avoid getting your website penalized improve your website performance.
  2. Success. Your website passes the core web vitals test. Even if you pass the test it doesn't mean Google will rank your website higher. There are multiple of factors which affect your ranking on search engine results. Learn how to improve your search engine optimization.
  3. Not enough Chrome UX report data. This means that there is not enough of real user data from your website to accurately show your core web vitals test score. To fix this, get more visitors to your website by improving your website's search engine optimization.
  4. Invalid URL. The URL you entered is not valid. Please try again with your website's URL. It should look something like this:

Core web vitals affect your search ranking

Studies have shown that users prefer websites with exceptional page experience. And this is exactly what core web vitals measures. Core web vitals measure your website's loading speed, responsiveness, and visual stability.

Google has reported that core web vitals are now a signal that has an impact on how well your website ranks on search engine results. Performing well on a core web vitals test doesn't only mean that your website might rank higher, it also means that your users have a better experience using your website.

This might have even a bigger impact on well your website is performing. Whether that is getting more sales on your eCommerce store, more contacts on your agency, or more signups for your startup. A great page experience is an invaluable metric that should be one of the main areas to focus on as a business owner.

What are core web vitals?

Core web vitals are a page experience signal consisting of three metrics:

  • Largest contentful paint
  • First input delay
  • Cumulative layout shift

To put it simply, core web vitals measure the user experience when using your website.

Make your website load faster by improving largest contenful paint which is the most important Google Core Web Vitals metric.

  • Does my website pass Core Web Vitals test?

    To pass Core Web Vitals test your website needs to have:

    • Largest Contentful Paint less than 2.5 seconds
    • First Input Delay less than 100 milliseconds
    • Cumulative Layout Shift less than 0.1.

  • What is Largest Contentful Paint (LCP)?

    It measures how fast your website loads. Faster load times are better as the website content becomes available earlier to the user. Improve largest contentful paint to make your website load faster.

  • What is First Input Delay (FID)?

    It measures how fast your website is able to respond to user's interactions. Slow First Input Delay causes websites to seem unresponsive.

  • What is Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS)?

    It measures how visually stable your website is. Scoring low in this metric means that website's layout is shifting while new content is being loaded. This is distracting to users as it makes it difficult to keep in track on what you were reading.

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