Continuously monitor your web vitals

Live field data tracking of your websites core web vitals. Never miss a performance regression and prevent Google ranking drops.

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Get on-top of your on-page performance optimization with VitalFrog

With Google introducing the Core Web Vitals (CWV) and using them as an important ranking factor since May 2021 every SEO knows one thing: On-page performance can no longer be an afterthought. After the initial hard work to get the CWVs to a point where they satisfy Googles need, it is essential to continuously keep an eye on your Web Vitals and website performance to ensure changes not corrupting them. VitalFrog gives you an easy-to-use dashboard which visualizes your current web vital health for all your team members.
Field data
We found lab data being an unreliable source of information as of why VitalFrog uses field data which is gathered from real users of your site.
Release tagging
The VitalFrog snippet gives you a function to automatically tag your current release. This allows you to exactly find out what code change broke your core web vitals
Fully GDPR compliant
We gather your performance data via an anonymous Chrome API and no personal identifiable data about your users is stored at VitalFrogs servers. This results in no cookie banner being required.
Unlimited sub-pages & users
No artificial limits: After including the above JavaScript snippet, VitalFrog automatically monitors all the pages where the snippet is included. Your dashboard can be shared with as many people as you want.
Email Alerts (soon)
The very moment VitalFrog finds a performance regression in your site, you get a Core Web Vital Email alert. This allows you to fix problems, before Google even finds out about them.
Google PSI data for your top (soon)
For selected pages, VitalFrog also gathers in-depth insights of how to optimize your pages via the Google Page Speed Insights API. This ensures that you have concrete improvements at hand and to double-check the VitalFrog data with what Google sees.

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Field data
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Release tagging
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Learn more about VitalFrog.

  • Why should I track my Core Web Vitals at all?
    Since May 2021 the Core Web Vitals (CWV) are an important ranking factor for Google, both for desktop and mobile pages. If you already knew that and optimized your website regarding the CWVs, congratulations! For now you should be good, BUT it is important to ensure that over time the changes you do in your site do not influence the web vitals in a bad way. Even worse: Your web vitals turning red without you recognizing it, which can reduce in massive traffic losses. This is where VitalFrog comes in the picture: We take over the continuous monitoring of your website and the moment things turn bad we will inform you. You just sit back and relax, know that your on-page technical SEO is safe.
  • Why do I need field data?
    There are two sources where you can get your Core Web Vitals data from: Lab Data (e.g. via Chrome Lighthouse) and field data (via chromes APIs). The LabData has the advantage that it can give you in-depth insights and recommendations how to improve your website's core web vital score. That is definitely a valuable (free) tool, that should be in your tool belt, but it misses one important thing: Not all your users have the same powerful laptop or network connectivity as you do. With LabData you do not get the full picture, but exactly this full picture is what Google gets and uses for its rankings. Nice if your side is awesome on your 2021 MacBook on a fiber connection in the US, but if most of your users are on old Samsung S3 Phones in the rural part of Germany, these two data points will differ entirely. In order to give you the full picture, VitalFrog gathers its own field data, which is as close to what Google uses as possible.
  • Why do I need to add a JavaScript snippet to my website?
    You might have seen other tools in this space promising "the same" insights without you being required to add any snippet to your website. This is bluntly said, a lie: Without the snippet you only will ever be able to see LabData or super delayed data from the CrUX report (delayed by at least 28 days). With VitalFrog you decide for a tool that keeps up to its promise to ensure your site is health by gather real insights in a timely fashion, so you can identify problems as fast as possible.
  • Will the snippet negatively affect my website performance?
    We are all for keeping your website slim and snappy, that's why the VitalFrog snippet is optimized to NOT impact your website performance. It is loaded asynchronously, less than 6 kilobytes small, we use a dedicated interface for sending analytics data and our network requests are optimized to be small in size.
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