You may have noticed a change in the Google Chrome browser very recently. This change governs how you see the domains of the sites you’re visiting in the “omnibox” (address bar). Google calls it the Chrome Not Secure warning! All websites are now consistently labelled at the beginning of the URL with either: 1. “Secure | https” and a lock symbol 2. The website’s company name, a lock symbol, and “https” 3. Nothing but an information symbol and the domain Chrome Not Secure warning The Chrome Not Secure warning is intended to signal to website users that a site is not secure, and any information that is passed over the connection is vulnerable to hacking. Here is some more information from Google about how a site’s security status is now going to be demonstrated to users. While it’s been the case for a while that Google shows websites are secure by including “https” at the beginning of the URL, now websites which are not secure will be properly flagged. In the near future, there will even be clear warnings shown if a website does not have the proper security in place. Read More: https://document360.io/blog/google-chrome-not-secure/
Growth Hacker, whether you are specializing in SEO, SMO, Content Marketing or you do all of them, you spend most of your day on your computer. And chances are you spend most of that time on your web browser. Here are a selection of Google Chrome Extensions that every marketer should use daily.
Google Chrome is a free web browser first developed by Google in 2008. Chrome (as of 2015) has a 58% share of the worldwide web usage and is the dominant browser available on smart phones. Chrome is supported by the Chrome Web Store which allows numerous plugins to improve the functionality of the browser. This section will feature tools and tips on how to leverage chrome and it's plugin library to help grow your business.
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