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🍌 John 🍌
To clarify on the mobile speed update: a) this only affects the slowest sites, b) those can incrementally improve (though ideally you'd significantly improve the speed...), c) we're still aiming for this month. If your site is reasonably fast, tweaking won't change things.
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Julien Crenn 3 Jul 18
Replying to @JohnMu
Wee need to talk about "your site is reaonably fast"
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🍌 John 🍌 3 Jul 18
Replying to @julien_crenn
Which part? You want to draw a line?
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Thomas Harvey 2 Jul 18
Replying to @JohnMu
What would you class as "reasonably fast"?
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Erik Martin 2 Jul 18
Replying to @JohnMu
nice warning!
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Erik Martin 2 Jul 18
Replying to @JohnMu
trulyπŸ˜€
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πŸŽƒ Jessy SEO #ecommerce #confinement 🌟 πŸ¦„ 2 Jul 18
Replying to @JohnMu @methode
To clarify, it's better to slow down a fast site to be very slow to have a mobile first indexing to rank higher, when we finally improve it ?
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Claus Pedersen πŸ‡©πŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί 2 Jul 18
Makes no sense . You should of course not slow a site down, unless you don't want traffic.
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Mark Robertson ⏩ 2 Jul 18
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Andrea Pernici 2 Jul 18
Replying to @JohnMu
This is pretty clear also on the pagespeed insight comment :D "Although the page could be more optimized it is probably unnecessary"
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Amjath Khan 3 Jul 18
Replying to @JohnMu
I believe the slowest sites has always, deservedly, been a victim of poor ranking & user retention rate. BTW, is the 'reasonably fast' indicates sites whose FCP & DCL are marked fast? Maybe something to seriously look into to make sure this update doesn't affect a site's ranking?
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