The pandemic has affected every industry, including behemoth companies like Google. While Google has already announced that it will be cutting back Chrome browser development, the company made another shocking announcement that it has been forced to scrape the next major release of Chrome due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Since the last earnings report from Wix.com (WIX) about a month ago, the shares have taken a huge hit. Within that time period, the cloud-based web development services lost more than 31%, causing many to wonder if this downward trend is just the beginning or if Wix shareholders will see some relief.
When you are starting a website, one of the first things you need to think of is the domain name. Now, you might be wondering, how important is it really? If your website has useful information and is high-quality, people will still come, right?
Around the countries are requiring that their citizens stay inside to reduce the spread of the contagious COVID-19. If you find yourself self-isolating at home, with more free time on your hands, one way to usefully spend your time is to improve your website.
Google is typically secretive about how SEO and the ranking of websites work. However, one thing is certain: page speed is a huge factor. The search engine behemoth has said, “We develop algorithms to promote more usable pages over less usable ones, all other things being equal. These algorithms analyze signals that indicate whether all our users are able to view the result, like… whether the page loading times work well for users with slow Internet connections.”