Google I/O 2017 is winding up and so is our Live Blog coverage, but we have one more session to attend. Join us as we learn about how AMP can be used for more than just plain content #io17
Bright and early on Day 3 of Google I/O 2017 and I find myself in the second row of a session on HTTPS Everywhere. I've blogged about the HTTPS Everywhere initiative a few times before, but I was eager to see how Google thinks the movement to a more secure web is going.
Google has long evangelized the importance of increasing performance of your website, especially when it comes to mobile users. On the second day of Google I/O 2017, we live blogged a session about understanding the metrics you need to measure to understand what most affects users.
During the AMP Keynote on Day 1 of Google I/O 2017 we were presented with the concept of Progressive Web AMPs, the ability to combine Accelerated Mobile Pages with Progressive Web Apps. On Day 2 we were given a deep dive into the subject, and we were there to live blog it.
The Presence of the Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project at Google I/O 2017 is strong, kicking off with a special Keynote just for the AMP Project on the first day of the conference. As with several other sessions, we live blogged the AMP Keynote as it was happening.
We've talked previously on this blog about how structured data and rich snippets. At Google I/O 2017 there was a session about how you can use Structured Data and Rich Snippets to stand out in Google Search. We were there to live blog the session.
Google I/O 2017 is approaching fast. This is Google's biggest event of the year covering all things Google from android to web. This year we'll be live blogging several of the sessions and you can help us choose which sessions to cover.
In general, web-based marketing is all about getting search engines to index your content. However, there are certain circumstances when you may not want search engines to index some of your content. Learn about the robots exclusion standard, when and how to use it, and some of the nuances associated with using it and other exclusion protocols as part of your overall marketing strategy.
Moving your site to HTTPS isn't just a good idea, it is vital to your success, but doing so presents some challenges that you may not be aware of. Here we outline some of the challenges you'll face and issues you need to pay attention to when you add HTTPS to your site.