The Google Page Speed Update is Now Rolling out for all the users.
Most of People want to be able to find answers to their questions as soon as possible. Most of owner and designer really think about the Google Page speed of websites pages. Even though speed of Page has been used in rankings for some time, this signal was centered on desktop searches. Now Google announcing that, starting from July 2018, the speed of the page will be the ranking factor for mobile searches.
“Speed updates,” as we are calling it, will affect only those pages that will give users the slowest experience and only affect a small percentage of questions. Regardless of the technology used to create this page, the same standard applies for all pages. The intent of the search query is still a very strong signal, so if the slow page is very good, relevant content then the slow page can still be ranked higher.
We encourage designers to think broadly how the execution affects the user’s experience on their pages and to consider the distinctive user experience measurements. Although there is no such device which directly indicates that this page has been influenced by this new ranking factor, here are some resources that can be used to evaluate the performance of a page.
Chrome user experience report, a public data set of key user experience metrics for popular places on the web, as seen by Chrome users under the conditions of real users.
A lighthouse, an automated tool and a part of Chrome Developer Tools to audit the quality of web pages (performance, accessibility, and more)
Page Speed Insights, a tool that indicates how well a page performs on Chrome UX reports and optimizes performance optimization