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Google reminds website owners to move to HTTPS before October deadline

  101 | FYI Posted: September 7, 2017 by Malwarebytes Labs Last updated: September 28, 2017 With the release of Chrome v62 in less than 3 months, Google will begin marking non-HTTPS pages with text input fields—like contact forms and search bars—and all HTTP websites viewed in Incognito mode as “NOT SECURE” in the address bar. The company has started sending […]

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Google Search Result Types & How to Track Each

By: Valerie Niechai November 14th, 2017 Do you remember those days with old-school Google search results? Whatever you searched, you received that austere list of ten blue links. Now, when you Google something relatively popular, you have a feeling you have become a part of a Brazilian carnival. Visual delight. Eyes cannot choose where to look […]

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Updates on CyberSecurity, WordPress and what we’re cooking in the lab today.

Hacked Sites Suffer Long Term Search Ranking Penalties SEO, WordPress Security on March 16, 2016 by Dan Moen During our research into what the WordPress community knows about hacked websites, we discovered that there is very little data available on the subject. We decided to conduct a survey, inviting a portion of our community to participate. We received responses from […]

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Choosing the Right Domain Name for SEO

By Arnaud Broes Back in the day, way way back, your website domain could have had a major impact on your site’s rankings. That changed a few years ago (2012 to be exact) when Google wanted to weed out websites that may have good domain names but very little “substance”. Exact Match Domains (EMD) is where […]

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