Google: Tell Us About Your HTTPS Migrations Again

Jan 31, 2017 - 7:34 am 3 by

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Gary Illyes from Google wants to hear feedback on success, failure or other issues during your HTTPS migration and how Google handled picking up and reindexing those HTTPS URLs and any traffic changes. Gary posted on Twitter "if you decided to move to HTTPS, Search would like to hear from you! Any problems? Traffic decline? Let us know!"

Here is the tweet with his friend Fred, the fish:

So here is your chance to give Google your URLs and tell them what went wrong or even what went right with your HTTPS migration.

As most of you know, I migrated this site pretty quickly, right after Google announced the HTTPS ranking boost to be your guinea pig and it worked fine - no real traffic boost but no real issues.

So if you got issues, let Gary know on Twitter.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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