50% of you visitors will abandon your site if they see this warning. Prevent your customers from getting this warning in the browser. Stop your website from tanking in the Google results.
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Why is this happening?
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In following releases, we will continue to extend HTTP warnings, for example, by labelling HTTP pages as “not secure” in Incognito mode, where users may have higher expectations of privacy. Eventually, we plan to label all HTTP pages as non-secure, and change the HTTP security indicator to the red triangle that we use for broken HTTPS.
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Everyone is doing the move
50% of companies already moved to HTTPS
But 90% is doing it wrong (Ahrefs analysed 10.000 domains and found that only 90,9% is doing it correct https://ahrefs.com/blog/ssl/)
Your site will loose traffic
Incorrect site migratio will cause massive drop in traffic
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Correct site migration
Leads to more traffic, increasing traffic and a safer site
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You need to make the HTTPS change Google friendly.
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Do not make the same misstake as some others! When you change to HTTPS, Google will look at your site as a new website.
Common misstakes that websites do:
- Doesn't create 301 redirects.
- Doesn't monitor keywords during the site migration
- Doesn't map the old site structure which makes it impossible to do damage control
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You need to make the HTTPS change Google friendly.
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Do not make the same misstake as some others! When you change to HTTPS, Google will look at your site as a new website.
Common misstakes that websites do:
- Doesn't create 301 redirects.
- Doesn't monitor keywords during the site migration
- Doesn't map the old site structure which makes it impossible to do damage control
Correct
site move
Avoid warning
in the browser More traffic
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The solution Do a Google Friendly move from HTTP to HTTPS
Whats included
  • Mapping of old site structure
  • Mapping of Google index
  • 301 redirect
  • Testing of new and old URLs
  • Webmaster tools update
  • Google analytics update
  • HTTPS certificate
  • Identify broken links
  • Installation and Sitemap check
  • Installation and Robots.txt check
Happy secure clients
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