FID: (First Input Delay)
Also called Interactivity, this Core Web Vital represents the usability of the page, it measures the time it takes to the browser to respond to a user’s first interaction with the page, like clicking on a button. Google deems Interactivity as good when the FID is inferior to 100 milliseconds.
You probably noticed them before but you simply didn’t know they were called Featured Snippets, or maybe you call them answer boxes. This specific type of search result appears in a box on top or Google’s organic results and below Google search ads. The name comes from the fact that it is an actual snippet of a website's content so that users don’t need to click on a search result to get the information they want. It can take the form of a simple paragraph, a list, a table, or even a video.
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FOMO: (Fear Of Missing Out)
Originally, FOMO is a psychological concept which represents the feeling that others are basically living a better life than you, and that you could be doing something better. Social media in particular is a real problem for some people as it intensifies this feeling. As a result, marketers cleverly started using “FOMO marketing” in order to encourage people to jump on an opportunity before it’s too late. FOMO marketing techniques include offers with a deadline, limited editions products, showing stock levels.