A couple of months ago, Google announced a big change in how they report URL performance in Search Console (clicks, impressions, average position and average CTR).
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a cryptographic protocol to provide security over internet communications and protect data being transferred through a computer network.
As part of the “Campus Experts Summit” event that took place last month at Campus Madrid, the Mobile UX Manager at Google Claire Illmer hosted a session called “Winning on the Mobile Web”.
Now that we know what Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are, we can dive a little deeper and talk about those key features that differentiate them from a native mobile app and a regular web experience.
A lot has been said lately about Progressive Web Apps because of their relative ease of development, the wins for the user experience, and their other many benefits: offline mode, no installation required, etc.
We all want our visitors to look at as many pages as possible because it increases brand recognition and trust.