Latest News on HTTPS/SSL and Quick Tips To Get Positive Results on Your Site

Latest-News-on-HTTPS-SSL-and-Quick-Tips-To-Get-Positive-Results-on-Your-SiteIn this Episode of the Podcast, I give you the latest scoop on Google marking non-HTTPS sites as “Not Secure” in the Chrome browser, starting in July of 2018.

In addition, I provide quick actionable tips that you can take in the next few days, that I think will have positive results on your existing website(s)!

Be sure to listen in for full details.

Links and Reference Articles For This Episode

Google Chrome Will Mark Non-HTTPS Sites “Not Secure” in July 2018

How to Easily Switch Your Site to HTTPS For Free

Long Tail Pro $47 One-Time Special

Webhosting Hub Special Pricing (AF)

4 thoughts on “Latest News on HTTPS/SSL and Quick Tips To Get Positive Results on Your Site”

  1. Thanks for the shout-out!! 🙂 I changed my site to https and realized that it was then not indexed in Google :(. I resubmitted sitemap and should have done that first thing. I read that it’s recommended to have all versions of your site url listed in your Google Webmaster Tools.
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  2. Hey Crystal, of course! Good tip, I don’t recall experiencing that, but I will add it to the list of steps. In the “Setting up https for free” post I do have listed to make sure both versions of your site are in Webmaster Tool/Search Console and Analytics, so we’re good there. Question, what tool do you use for the site map? Thanks for the comment and good to hear from you!
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    • I recently switched to the sitemap tool within Jetpack. I had used the one in All in One SEO and I found that on a couple of the sites I built I had trouble with the All in One SEO plugin, trouble as in white screen website – needing a new WordPress install and back up restore. (Probably someone with real “webmaster” experience could fix easier than me 😉 ). Coincidentally enough it was only on sites hosted with Go Daddy and not on Bluehost. Jetpack is easy to use and Google tested them and worked fine.


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