Internet Technology

3 Mobile SEO Tips That Can Help Save Your Link Juice

There is a lot of confusion among SEOs right now as to what actually qualifies a website as mobile-friendly, especially with so many changes making any kind of true clarity difficult. Actually, a lot of “mobile” practice is generally misunderstood. But we know Google favors responsive design sites, despite mobile sites being considered mobile-friendly and a decent option for those who are lacking in resource. However, if you’re truly concerned about your SEO, applying the following back-end optimization tips to a responsive design site can help save some of that link juice you’ve already been losing.

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How & What Are SSL Certificates Used For?

An SSL certificate is a cryptographic signed file which lives on a domain’s web server. The contents of the file allow them to encrypt data between you and their web server, thus making a secure connection. This makes the data sent between both locations nigh impossible to understand if someone intercepts the data.

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HTTP STATUS CODES: 301 Redirect

An HTTP response status code of 301 means that the page the user tried to access was moved permanently to a different URI. The 301 status code is also known as a “permanent redirect”. With a 301 redirect, the user will be automatically redirected to the page’s new destination.

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How to Get a BigCommerce API Client ID & Secret

Bigcommerce is officially ending support for apps using their basic authorization with an API username and key. Currently there is not an official date when Bigcommerce API apps will be forced to update, but we can expect that support will completely end before Q3 2015. This article explains how to get an API client id and secret in order to update your existing app or for creating a new app.

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What is Admob & How Does it Work?

AdMob is Google’s advertising platform for promoting and monetizing mobile applications. Similar to MoPub, it allows application developers to promote their applications through in-app ads, monetize their applications by enabling in-app advertising, and provides intelligent insights through Google Analytics.

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