Google product manager Jeffery Jose not only announced The page experience update will be released to the desktop soon And announced on the Google I/O website, “Google search will prefetch the website established using the signature trading platform.” He said this was announced earlier this year, but it can have a huge impact on your core network vitality score.This should start to happen Mid-June 2021 The page experience update is launched.
This is Saijo George tl; dr.in 7:43 mark Google’s Jeffery Jose said: “Another way to provide users with page performance is to prefetch in Google search through the use of signed exchanges.” Then, he explained: “This year Earlier, we announced that Google Search will prefetch websites built using signature exchanges.” He added: “The page has been prefetched and stored in the user’s browser, and can be loaded as soon as the user clicks on the result. It can be loaded almost immediately.”
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He added: “This can be achieved by using Google’s fast cache servers distributed all over the world, and you can now use them without paying any additional fees.” Then he conducted this short case study: “A large Japanese publisher Nikkei has seen a huge improvement in performance figures and business indicators by using the pre-signed exchange prefetch function. In their test, the LCP improved by 300 milliseconds, about 20%, which is a micro-optimization before the team. In other words , 20% is the lowest result. Thanks to fast loading, their user engagement increased by 12%. Congratulations to the team for such an amazing achievement.”
This is a tweet on that slide:
Now, where applicable to Signature Exchange (SXG), Google Search will crawl, cache and prefetch them.It can improve maximum content painting (LCP) and page performance #GoogleIO pic.twitter.com/xF4Y8Fsu8x
-Samuel Lavoie (@samuellavoie) May 18 2021
As we pointed out, Mid-June 2021 The page experience is updated.
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In 2011, Google adopted a Chrome-based pre-fetching mechanism Those worried webmasters, Incidentally.
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