Anyone can predict the future – it’s being accurate that’s the hard part. After all, Back to the Future promised us Hoverboards by 2015 and that didn’t happen. Not that we’re bitter about it.
Bearing this in mind, High Profile Enterprises have scoured the ‘net, searching for 2017 predictions from people who actually know what they’re talking about. Forget flying cars and entire meals in pill form- these predictions might actually come true.
Every time Google makes a major change, so-called experts cry about the death of SEO. Well, it hasn’t happened yet, and 2017 doesn’t look any different. In fact, Search Engine Optimisation will become an even more important skill to have in your organisation in the coming year.
In January Google will begin to add warnings to websites in Chrome that are not using https (secure certificate). This will affect password options and credit card options and will have a bold “Not Secure” notification
Another excellent guide to SEO in 2017. Focusing on the basics and what you should be doing right now to prepare for the next 12 months and Google’s upcoming changes.
This coming year promises to be huge for our industry, and there’s a lot to consider when planning 2017. In this Whiteboard Friday, the ever-excellent Rand Fishkin outlines how to craft an SEO strategy to help you and your business survive and adapt to the coming changes.
Twitter certainly had its problems in 2016, and what better way to fix something than to ask the people who use it. Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey issued a public call for feedback on what his company could be doing better, and people weren’t shy about telling him. [Continue reading]