September 24, 2021

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How to Protect Your Site in the Wake of Google’s Core Web Vitals Update | News

IRVINE, Calif., July 6, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — In June 2021, Google updated its organic ranking algorithm to add Core Web Vitals as a ranking signal. This recent algorithm change may be impacting your website’s SEO performance, including its organic traffic, leads, and sales.

USIM put together a webinar to help explain what Core Web Vitals are and how you can prevent your site from a potential SEO disaster in the wake of this Google update.

The one-hour webinar will address these questions:

  • What are Core Web Vitals?
  • Why do Core Web Vitals matter?
  • Where can you find your scores?
  • What scores do you need to achieve?
  • How can you improve your Core Web Vitals scores?

To register for this webinar, visit 5 Things You Need To Know About Google’s Recent Algorithm Update on Tuesday, July 13, 2021, at 1:00PM EDT I Eventbrite

“While USIM helps our clients look at revising their strategies for the future as we emerge out of this pandemic, Google’s recent algorithm update is a crucial piece to that process for us to help them navigate their businesses. Delivering meaningful, rich content experiences across their site and keep tide with the changes of how Google ranks their pages is an essential to our approach in making sure we are attracting qualified customers and consumers to their websites.” – Melissa Sierra, SVP, Group Strategy Director, USIM

About USIM

USIM is the fastest-growing independent media agency providing best-in-class integrated media solutions. Every day and with every challenge, USIM Practices the Art of Human Sense™ – blending cutting-edge research and technology with ingenuity, human insight, and creativity, delivered in a seamless experience for its clients and agency partners. USIM is headquartered in Los Angeles and has 17 offices throughout the United States and Canada. For more information, please visit theusim.com.

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