I packed in 68 SEO content tips and tools in a new article for Content Marketing Institute.
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I really like the comprehensive nature of this article on the HTTP vs. HTTPS debate for SEO now that Google says web sites that make the switch could see a rankings boost.
“The degree of the boost is relative. You might not even see an impact – or rankings could drop.
In most cases, I’d still recommend avoiding the HTPPS because of risks with rankings and the fact that any ranking gains could be nominal. Plus, the article notes that your web site configuration could trigger some browsers to post a warning to visitors.
Google is expected to intensify its love of mobile on two fronts.
1. Expect your web site to be called out if it’s not mobile friendly. Google literally has been testing the use of icons with search results to suggest that a web site falls short in terms of mobile development standards.
2. And the Internet is all abuzz about the fact that Google may penalize web sites among search results in they’re not mobile friendly.
Given all of the factors that go into a ranking, it’s hard to tell what the impact will be. But it’s good to be prepared.
Here are some articles on the topic: