We crunchify.com moved over to HTTPS last week. Here is detailed post on it: https://crunchify.com/https-everywhere-on-crunchify-com-handy-checklist-and-complete-guide-moving-over-to-https/
Now questions I have is should I remove HTTP sites from Google Search Console after moving to HTTPS?
HTTP Search query dropped as we moved to HTTPS
I would remove it after few weeks.
Did you update the sitemap and request to have the site recrawled?
update sitemap in robots.txt.
detailed what you have done.
Yeah. Below steps I’ve performed:
Traffic loss should not exceed 3% if done correctly. Some loss will result while Google re-evaluates the new pages. Generally requires an audit to track down the cause if there is a significant loss.
You’ve definitely missed something. No question about it.
@Callmenicholi - right now everything is good.
I guess, you misunderstood questions
Now all is good.
But last week, I temporary moved to http as I’m debugging one performance issue. But all good now.
Posting that image caused confusion.
Clicks is one of many things to review.
Regardless, there is more to it than you’ve listed. So I stand by my statement.
You can remove http provided you’re confident you’ve done everything.
Sure. Thanks for all suggestions and tips. Happy blogging.
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