What If the Page Experience Report Says This Property Is Not Collecting Enough Data?

When you finally get traffic to your site, you check your page experience in Google console and it says not enough data collected. Let’s hear what David has to say.

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so, your third question, It was about Google search console. Yes. It was. Yeah, I went to the page experience and it says, not enough data collected on this property and I asked, should I be worried? Because my caught my search console then set up for months, probably like a year or so now. So I the short answer is I don’t think you need to worry. Okay what it really means is that your website isn’t getting enough traffic yet, okay? For Google to show you the data in there, which is unfortunate, because boy, that’s a lot of really valuable data, it would be very, very helpful. but apparently, Google’s decided when websites have a certain once, they cross a certain amount of traffic, They will start showing this. But it, maybe it’s not worth it to Google for smaller websites. Do the processing power to provide that information. Which is too bad. I wish Google were, but you can, you can do a similar analysis, simply by visiting each page and doing a pagespeed insights review. You if we’ve talked about screaming frog, one of the things you can do is screaming frog is you can give you can get an API code from Google and you can give it to screaming frog, and it will run the script. The pagespeed insights test on every page of your website, while it crawls your page, which would basically do the same thing, As the page feed insights report in search console so you can use screaming frog, crawl, every page of your website and show you the page be inside scores on each page, okay? You ask another question about XML sitemaps, not as the same question. I wasn’t for sure if it went through. Okay, that wasn’t see a my own forms, but they end up in. Junk Mills is the same place. Okay, that was all of lavanya’s questions.

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