Google: Https & Secure Search

  • What’s next for technical SEO?

    …As web technologies continue to grow and evolve, interest in technical SEO is growing along with it. Columnist Patrick Stox looks ahead to see what advancements are on the horizon and how these may impact technical SEO. The post What’s next for technical SEO? appeared first on Search Engine... Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. …

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  • 5 local search tactics your competitors probably aren’t using

    …When you and your competitors are all adhering to local SEO best practices, how can you differentiate your business from the rest? Columnist Sherry Bonelli has some ideas. The post 5 local search tactics your competitors probably aren’t using appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. …

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  • Moving to HTTPS? Don’t miss this unique opportunity!

    … (preferably before the end of the year or in Q1 2018), and your website will reap the benefits from moving to HTTPS: renewed and improved SEO signals in the Google index. Some opinions expressed in this article may be those of a guest author and not necessarily Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here. About The Author Fili Wiese…

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  • 5 must-do technical SEO audit items in 2017

    … months. When doing a technical SEO audit, it is now critical to not only review how the desktop Googlebot accesses your site content but also how Google’s smartphone crawler does it. You can validate your site’s mobile crawlability (errors, redirects and blocked resources) and content accessibility (Is your content correctly rendered…

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  • Moz report: 50% of page one search results are HTTPS

    Pete Meyers from Moz reports that according to their keyword tracking tools, half of the page one search results in Google show HTTPS URLs. This is up from 30 percent of the results in July 2016. And based on this trend, 70 percent of the page one search results could be HTTPS by the end of the year.

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  • SEO priorities for the new year

    … With New Year’s Day still fresh in our memories, there is no better time to step back and take stock of your SEO campaigns. Look for any quick wins and identify the larger projects that will help you start the year in great shape. Hygiene: Quick wins These are the actions you can do tomorrow. In my view, there are two keys areas to focus on. 1…

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  • A comprehensive guide to SSL certificates

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  • When going HTTPS, don’t forget about local citations!

    … champions migrating to HTTPS. Let the CIO do it. Some opinions expressed in this article may be those of a guest author and not necessarily Search Engine Land. Staff authors are listed here. About The Author Andrew Shotland is the proprietor of Local SEO Guide, a leading local search engine optimization blog and consultancy. …

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  • Is your HTTPS setup causing SEO issues?

    … Google has been making the push for sites to move to HTTPS, and many folks have already started to include this in their SEO strategy. Recently at SMX Advanced, Gary Illyes from Google said that 34 percent of the Google search results are HTTPS. That’s more than I personally expected, but it’s a good sign, as more sites are becoming secured…

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  • HTTP to HTTPS: An SEO’s guide to securing a website

    … realized that there is still one big hurdle for both business owners and SEOs: HTTPS. The gotcha moment with HTTP/2 is that most browsers only support this new protocol over a secure connection, which means you have to migrate your website to HTTPS. It shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone that Google and many others want the web to be more secure…

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