10 Rules To Integrate Third-Party Scripts

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  • Anonymous

    January 15, 2022 at 11:20 AM


    Third-party scripts can cause negative load-time effects. Why is this an issue? Well, in Google’s view, a poorly-optimized page should not rank highly. Instead, search results should favor pages with fundamental design strengths — including JavaScript minification, rapid execution time, and render-friendly scripting. 

    In reflection of this belief, Google has planned the gradual release of a major update to its search algorithm that is scheduled for June through August of 2021. This update will increase the importance of a page’s loading speed as a contributing factor to a web page’s overall ranking on Google’s search results page. As a result, how third-party scripts impact page load times is becoming more important than ever. 

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