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Md Mostakim Hossain
Aug 02, 2022
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Costs This is another pain point for small businesses. These costs can run into the hundreds per year, and if you're just starting out, it might not be ideal. For example, GeoTrust costs range from $149 to $745 per year depending on the certificate you obtain. Or, you can use Let's Encrypt for free! But, another problem is that it requires you to renew every 90 days. Advertising Continue reading below You're just not ready for Moving your entire site from to takes a lot of time, planning, and having the right resources. You don't want to miss any steps. Otherwise, it could cause you a significant loss of traffic and conversions. If you're a small business, you may not have a dev or SEO team that can walk you through canonical tagging and chained redirects. There are a few big mistakes that can happen during this transition. Let me warn you of a few that I have come across: Chained redirects I recently worked on a client site with tons of old redirects. In my perfect world, I would like all my redirects to have a jump. In my experience, I have noticed that Google stops following redirects with 3 or more hops. So, in this case, where to start? First, I covered redirects; then I updated the legacy redirects to . Advertising Continue reading below Another issue I had with chained redirects was preserving my old and sitemaps. I was placing redirects from to at the server level, so I had to exclude them on my and my sitemaps as well. This answer on Stackoverflow helped guide me. Move the whole site at once With the similar client from above, they had a giant beast of a website. I'm talking about a bajillion pages! The client wanted to move the entire site fax list at once, but being careful myself, I decided to move the website in parts. We were able to take small parts of the site and move it to . Then give yourself a month to examine the damage, if any. I wanted to see what impact would have on our redirects and referrals. It was the right choice in the end. Should I enable HSTS? Matt Cutts tweeted about enabling your HSTS stating that HSTS implies always using . If your website serves only , you're going to have a bad time. Advertising Continue reading below This can be a tricky . You often hear that HSTS can improve your site's performance, but in reality, if you're not just using , it can do you more harm than good. This also includes subdomains.
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