As a website owner or digital marketer, whether you’re a data junkie or not, there’s a high possibility that you’ve experienced this:
You’re not alone. We’ve all experienced that momentary panic. However, don’t just stare at that disappointing graph. It’s best to get to the bottom of it so you can recover your traffic, leads, and possible sales.
Last January 2017, Google started a mission to make the web a secured and safer place for Internet users by showing security warnings for HTTP sites that collect passwords and credit card information. With the recent unveiling of Chrome 68, Google is said to be on its final stage of the mission as they are now marking all unencrypted sites to be “Not Secure”- even if they don’t have login forms or payment fields.
Earlier this August, Google’s public search liaison Danny Sullivan announced that a new Google broad core algorithm update has rolled out. Now before anything else, we want you to focus on two things here: