Have you ever noticed that some URLs start with "http" and others with "https”? Perhaps you noticed that extra "s" when you were browsing websites that require giving over sensitive information, like when you were paying bills online. To put it simply, the extra "s" stands for secure. This means that your connection to that [...]
An important assessment in any SEO audit is determining what kind of hypertext transfer protocol status codes (or HTTP Status Codes) exist on a website. The codes that can be found on a website can become complex, turning into a hard puzzle that has to be solved before other tasks can be finished. If a [...]
Earlier this month, Google has announced that its Speed Update will be rolling out in July. On February 8, it was announced that Google will then also mark all sites that don't use HTTPS as 'not secure.' The move will take place along the side of the release of Chrome 68 and will look like this in a [...]
With Google becoming increasingly insistent that websites are moving to HTTPS, you should probably have done it already but if you haven't we guide you through some of the hurdles, recommendations, performance enhancements as well as touching on the toolkit that you need to have in place to migrate over.
When it comes to the internet, it's not a surprise that people would love to see it become more secure. After all, who wants to to surf on an unsecure site where you could get data stolen right out from under your nose. Remember when Google created their HTTPS everywhere campaign, where they announced HTTPS as a [...]