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Trends Shaping

Flash Is Obsolete

Leading browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla have both ceased to support the Flash plugin and this is “signal” enough to relegate Flash to obscurity. No more is it used frequently. Those who are yet to figure it out are definitely running way behind in the digital race.

Adobe is proactively discouraging webmasters from employing flash for their websites.

Compatibility with Mobile

This one needs to be mentioned without fail. Mobilegeddon remains the official stamp of authority as far as responsive websites are concerned. In 2016, digital gurus have gone on to suggest that there’s soon going to be a time when Mobile SEO as a term will cease to exist. The traffic earned from mobile devices has increased by leaps and bounds in recent years and that time is not far when Mobile SEO is not going to be differentiated from “conventional desktop SEO” but is rather going to assume the shape of conventional SEO itself. Terms like “Mobile web” and “Mobile SEO” will cease to have a separate identity. Mobile is going to be mainstream SEO and web.

The Importance of SSL Encryption is only going to grow

It has to do with financial transactions – mainly. If your website is directly dealing into financial transactions then you would definitely want to implement SSL certificate. SSL stands for “Secure Sockets Layer”. It is employed to encrypt the data between web server and the web browser of the visitor so that mischief makers are not able to decipher the encrypted data.

So… this is what you should take care of

Is the web development company hired by you aware of these trends? If not, you would definitely like to reconsider your decision of having them on board at the first place.