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Google have been ranking secure (SSL encrypted) sites more highly since way back in 2014. In 2014 it only gave a slight boost, but since then Google have been using SSL as a stronger ranking signal. It is now one of the reported 9 things Google use to rank websites. Of course all sites should Read more about Secure your site for higher Google ranking[…]
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Back in January Google launched an update that has the potential to decrease your website traffic and limit the number of people who see your sign up forms and subscribe to your email lists. It was way back in August 2016 that Google warned that they would be punishing what they called “intrusive interstitials”, pop-up Read more about What you need to know about Google’s mobile interstitial penalty[…]