As of now, you might notice that the URL in your browser looks a little different. That’s because we’ve just made TNW available on HTTPS. We always care about the security of our users, so sending data across servers just got a little bit more secure by us adding HTTPS.
Next to making the web a little bit more secure there is also some more upside on enabling HTTPS; it will improve accuracy of web analytics, has potential benefits for SEO and will help us stimulate the development of our pages in AMP (as some features on AMP require HTTPS support). Also, HTTPS validates that you’re communicating with the website you actually wanted to see. If you see the padlock in your url bar, it means that you’re guaranteed to see content we published on thenextweb.com.
“This event was off the charts”
Gary Vaynerchuk was so impressed with TNW Conference 2016 he paused mid-talk to applaud us.
We hope you like it, just as much we do. If you come across any issues, please let us know via: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ll be doing our best to publish a post on the migration itself in our Marketing the TNW Way series soon.
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