Google launches a new version of its Chrome web browser today (February 15), which will include an in-built ad blocker to try and eradicate intrusive ads from the browsing experience. There are some clear standards and some unanswered questions relating to this new approach, so what exactly do marketers need to know
Chances are you’d not have waited for this page to load had it taken a second or two longer.
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Back in 2015, we published an article entitled ‘ How do I get sitelinks to appear in my site’s search results? ’ which looked at how to get the hallowed set of additional links which can appear beneath your website’s SERP listing, known as ‘sitelinks’. At the time of publication, this was all up-to-the-minute, cutting-edge information.
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What are sitelinks and how can I get them?
Ever since Google made the announcement that HTTPS is a ranking signal, there has been a lot of discussion around whether that extra ‘s’ is really worth the hassle. There are clear benefits to obtaining that sought-after green padlock, but there is also a lot of nervousness around actually making the switch.
Switching to HTTPS: Is it really worth it?