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Time To Go HTTP2 and Speed Up future Growth
What is HTTP2?
HTTP/2 is a much-needed refresh of the HTTP protocol which we've been living with since 1997. The protocol brings with it vast improvements in communication between browsers and servers, reducing load times and catering to the needs of the modern website.
What HTTP2 means for your site?
1. HTTPS Improvements Include
HTTP2 brings along with it Single Connection, Multiplexing, Server Push, Prioritization, Binary, Header Compression which all help change the way developers see current best practice. Current HTTP1.1 best practices that will now be seen for what they really are, hacks or workarounds covering over the performance limitations HTTP 1.1.
2. Support For HTTP2
Most major server software providers such as Apache, NGINX, and IIS already support HTTP/2.
3. HTTPS and HTTP2 Go Hand In Hand
While HTTP/2 supports both secure and non-secure connections, both Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome will only support HTTP/2 over HTTPS.
4. SEO Benefits
GoogleBot will be adding support for HTTP/2, websites that support the protocol and will likely see an additional rankings boost from speed and interaction rate increases because of it.
5. Mobile Rankings
Seeing as Google has announced to split its indexing and mobile will have its own ranking and index being more considerate of Mobile will be key. This is where HTTP/2 can truly shine as it thrives on slower connections such as mobile networks. Without needing the additional round trips, the load time on slower mobile networks is reduced significantly. HTTP/2 could even
What HTTP2 means for your users
Speed, speed, and of course a little more speed, providing a better user experience across Desktop, Tablet and Mobile browsers. This is great news for responsive sites in markets where mobile visits are exceeding desktop visits. HTTP2 is also
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