Live @ SMX East: How To Secure Your Site For Google’s HTTPS Algorithm
Google wants everyone to secure their websites, to make the browsing experience on the web safer for everyone. Google has even gone so far as to say that sites that implement HTTPS — adding an SSL 2048-bit key certificate on your site — will give it a minor ranking boost. What’s not to like about that? Well, as with any SEO-oriented change, there are right ways, and wrong ways, to go about implementing HTTPS.
Our speakers on the How To Secure Your Site For Google’s HTTP Algorithm have all successfully navigated the change, and will share best practices and also tips on avoiding pitfalls. They’ll also be available to answer your intricate technical details if your site poses unique challenges. If you’re considering making the change, you won’t want to miss the expert advice offered in this session.
How To Secure Your Site For Google’s HTTP Algorithm is one of more than 60 sessions at SMX East, Sept. 30 – Oct 2, the three-day conference devoted to all aspects of search, online and social media marketing. Check out the agenda for SMX East and register now!
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