Last night (8/17/17), Google sent out a large number of emails that look like the following. These notifications were distributed to the email list tied to Google Search Console accounts that may be impacted by new security warnings in the Chrome browser. In this post, we’ll briefly address what this means and what you should do about it.
Google has been moving away from Google+ as a platform for quite some time. On June 22, they took it another step further with the roll-out of Google Posts to any company with a Google My Business account. Last year, if you were a business that had a verified Google+ account and you posted to it, it was likely to show up in Google for users that searched your brand name. Now, “Google Posts” appear as if they are starting to take their place.
Many organizations only use their analytics platform to make investment decisions about the future, especially when it comes to investments in mobile optimization. This is a great start, but it only paints a small part of the picture. If you haven’t already invested in a strong mobile presence, your analytics won’t tell you the whole story