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Using the following code in your .htaccess file automatically redirects visitors to the HTTPS version of your site:

RewriteEngine On
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} [L,R=301]


If you have an existing .htaccess file:

Do not duplicate RewriteEngine On.
Make sure the lines beginning RewriteCond and RewriteRule immediately follow the already-existing RewriteEngine On.

You can specify the location of the Sitemap using a robots.txt file. To do this, simply add the following line including the full URL to the sitemap:

Sitemap: http://www.example.com/sitemap.xml

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Really happy that my client got 2 nd ranking on googles 1st page for the term Malayalam comedy short film #seoservices   #SEO  #GOOGLE
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#SEO checklist to preserve your rankings when you move from http to https 

Make sure every element of your website uses HTTPS, including widgets, java script, CSS files, images and your content delivery network.
Use 301 redirects to point all HTTP URLs to HTTPS. This is a no-brainer to most SEOs, but you'd be surprised how often a 302 (temporary) redirect finds its way to the homepage by accident
Make sure all canonical tags point to the HTTPS version of the URL.
Use relative URLs whenever possible.
Rewrite hard-coded internal links (as many as is possible) to point to HTTPS. This is superior to pointing to the HTTP version and relying on 301 redirects.
Register the HTTPS version in both Google and Bing Webmaster Tools.
Use the Fetch and Render function in Webmaster Tools to ensure Google can properly crawl and render your site.
Update your sitemaps to reflect the new URLs. Submit the new sitemaps to Webmaster Tools. Leave your old (HTTP) sitemaps in place for 30 days so search engines can crawl and "process" your 301 redirects.
Update your robots.txt file. Add your new sitemaps to the file. Make sure your robots.txt doesn't block any important pages.
If necessary, update your analytics tracking code. Most modern Google Analytics tracking snippets already handle HTTPS, but older code may need a second look.
Implement HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). This response header tells user agents to only access HTTPS pages even when directed to an HTTP page. This eliminates redirects, speeds up response time, and provides extra security.
If you have a disavow file, be sure to transfer over any disavowed URLs into a duplicate file in your new Webmaster Tools profile.

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