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SEO web server log files

Web Server Logs, SEO and Science

When you talk with SEO consultants or in general with people about SEO, you often hear them saying "SEO is not an exact science" ,"Search engines are driven by algorithms which are updated constantly, it is impossible to follow them" , "Nobody can fully understand how google works even the engineers who are working on it". I could agree with all  those statements only if the web server logs do not exist.

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Hsts on google.com

Is really Google.com on HSTS ?

Google announced bringing  HTTP Strict Transport Security (abbreviated as HSTS) to www.google.com. HSTS is a web security policy mechanism which allows a web server to enforce the use of HTTPS in a compliant User Agent (UA), such as a web browser. It lets a website tell web browsers that it should only be communicated with using HTTPS instead of using HTTP.

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