The Datatrics embedded expressions load in a personalized way and take some time to load on the page. We load on a specific element on the website; you can then choose to have the expression replace the element to place it above or below. The page will jump a bit when placed above or below the element.

If the embedded expressions replace the current element, elements on the website will not jump. That is a possible solution to improve the score.

You can also choose to load embedded content lower on the web page. In this way, the shifts are less visible.

Last but not least, our tracking script might be loading in too late. Try placing it higher in the <head> of your website or with a higher priority in Google Tag Manager. Touchpoints can be visible after other fired scripts on your website if this is the case.

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