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Google Search Result introduces “View Full List” Link | May 2022 week 3

By sheldonwong on May 20, 2022

Hey there fellow SEO readers, welcome back once again to this week’s SEO news. Let’s look at the topics that we have lined up for today. 

  • Google Search Result introduces the “View Full List” Link
  • Google introduces a new Core Web Vital Metric 

17/5 – Google Search Result introduces “View Full List” Link 

A Twitter user recently reported that Google now shows a normal snippet with horizontal site links that anchor down to portions of the page it links to plus an added “view full list” link that just links to the main page.

I have not been able to replicate it but if Google were to introduce something like this in the future. My take on it would be that it is actually quite useful. 

Google introduces a new Core Web Vital Metric 

Google has recently introduced a new Core Web Vital Metric which switches the old FID (First Input Delay) to INP (Interaction to Next Paint). 

The main difference between the two metrics mainly rests on the point that the FID measures delay from the first user interaction to the moment the browser is able to process the event handlers connected to the interaction. Meanwhile, INP measure all interactions, not just the first. 

The reason for this change is that Google recognizes that FID has some potential blind spots in its metric so INP is introduced to provide a more comprehensive scoring system that covers some major blindspots that were presented by FID. 

So, how do you optimize your website to get a better INP score? 

Well, similarly to FID, you can optimize by improving resource loading on page load and optimizing Javascript code but INP does this for every interaction plus usage of rendering patterns that prioritize key UX updates over other rendering tasks. 

The End!

There you go, readers. That is it for this week’s news. What are your thoughts about some of the changes? Do you like it? Are you against it? Do let me know in the comments below. 

Updated: 6 July 2022


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