Since August, Google has been using a “Page Experience” metric to determine how websites appear in mobile Search. Page experience ranking is now coming to the desktop version of Google Search from February 2022.
Page speed and other experience measurements that evaluate how an end client connects with a website is presently one of Google’s favored techniques for deciding how to rank outcomes in Search. Page experience consolidates speed (load time), responsiveness (intuitiveness), and visual solidness — e.g., tapping some unacceptable button because of a site out of the blue moving during stacking. Those three Core Web Vitals give a “comprehensive image of the nature of a client’s experience on a web page.”
It’s been utilized on mobile Search since August, and is currently coming to work area. Google will keep on calculating to “HTTPS Security” and “Nonattendance of meddlesome interstitials,” yet “Mobile friendliness” doesn’t make a difference:
At the point when a site has separate desktop and mobile URLs with a suitable design, the work area signal depends on the URLs that work area clients see.
Google will give work area instruments before the page experience rollout begins in February 2022. This update is set to be broadly accessible before the finish of March.
They are also planning to help website owners understand how their desktop pages are performing with regards to page experience using a Search Console report which will launch before desktop becomes a ranking signal.