From July 2018, websites running on http (rather than https) will show a ‘NOT SECURE’ warning in Google Chrome (version 68) to all visitors. This new warning is part of Google’s long term plan to encrypt every website on the Internet. Why is Google doing this? Google is an advocate for a secure, encrypted Internet. The benefits of which are: increased security, … Continue reading Google to mark all non-encrypted websites as ‘NOT SECURE’ from July 2018
You may have noticed a new “Not Secure” warning on in the URL box when logging in to your website’s backend in Chrome or Firefox. This is the first stage of Google and Mozilla’s push for a secure web – is your website ready? Web Bird Digital can help by migrating your website to SSL … Continue reading Is your website ready for Google’s security push?
Does your website load slowly? You could be losing leads. Google takes your website load speed into consideration for its rankings. Visitors are also more likely to close a website and move on to the next if it takes more than a few seconds to load. All of Web Bird Digital’s latest websites are optimised … Continue reading Pageload speed and visitor retention
This is what we found interesting this week… A/B Testing For Beginners: 70 Resources to Get You Started There are two ways to make more money from your website. The first is to drive more traffic, and the second is to convert more visitors into customers. Perhaps you already know about traffic acquisition as there … Continue reading Weekly Round Up
This is what we found interesting this week… Apple has set a date for the release of a new iPad Air and Mini for the 16th October: Apple is preparing for another big product launch, and Thursday October 16 is the day. The company has sent out press invitations with the tagline “it’s been too … Continue reading Weekly Round Up
This is what we found interesting this week… iPhone 6 And iPhone 6 Plus: Australian Price & Release Date Apple has officially announced its long-rumoured iPhone 6 models. Here’s when they come out in Australia and what you’ll pay. The iPhone 6 has a 4.7 inch screen, while the iPhone 6 Plus offers 5.5 inches … Continue reading Weekly Round Up
Some of our favourite recent blogs… How Brands Can Better Leverage Facebook Video Marketing According to a recent webinar by Ad Age and Brightcove, 91 percent of companies consider video marketing important to their business, but only 67 percent feel that they use it in an effective way. And it’s not enough to have just … Continue reading Weekly Round Up