Google’s Core Web Vitals has highlighted the need for us as website owners or consultants to re-consider our approach to the tools we use for our WordPress sites. With constant pressure to deliver features and functionality quickly it’s easy to just choose a WP tool stack of convenience rather than something more nuanced and carefully considered. Let's look at a fully featured lite weight stack.
We’ll look at a marketing & design stack that includes creating WordPress websites, funnels, automation, opt-ins, video & analytics. Also we’ll take a quick look at some more advanced marketing and conversion tools such as UX planning, content personalization and AB Split testing.
Whether you care about the page speed scores or not, Core Web Vitals does come from a good place of advocating for the end user of your website or the websites you create for your clients. So making a lighter and faster website is simply a good thing for everyone (even the environment!).
Break up the week with a casual meetup. Our events are intended to be an open forum, following a loose outline of topics relevant to supporting each other professionally and personally. These are not intended to be “just another online event”. Our goal is to create an open space to have meaningful conversations between individuals who are connected through the use of WordPress and marketing.
Bring your questions on the topic of the week and listen in as experts provide answers.
Or maybe you’d just like to listen-in and co-work with others? That’s OK too.
It’s more important now than ever that we take proactive action to keep us connected as people. The GoDaddy Pro team is committed to keeping our community strong and helping each other continue to facilitate those in-person connections that have made the WordPress project and software what it is today.
Paul Lacey Digital
Independent consultant and designer. Also Co-Host of the This Week in WordPress Podcast
Working with brands such as Beaver Builder, GeneratePress, ContentSnare, Pentagram & Disney, Paul is a veteran WordPress designer, developer, consultant based in (sunny / rainy / unpredictable) Worcestershire UK. He is an experienced speaker on stage, and has been a regular guest on leading WordPress & industry Podcast shows as well as being former co-host of the popular This Week in Word…