Best SEO Practices & Myth Debunking

- Secured communication certificates (HTTPS) should have at least 2048 bits.
- Google does not use information from the Chrome browser.
- If malware points to your site, it is not an issue if you don't have malware yourself.
- If Google does not take action on a website, it does not mean it does not care.
- A doorway page is one with low or no primary content.
- Parts of website using black hat techniques can still be ranked because of other signals
- Ranking algorithms don't use any information from AdWords.
- Don't chain more than five 301 redirections or Google crawlers won't follow them.
- Chasing variation of keywords is chasing algorithm rather than providing value and does not really help.
- Google does not necessarily show original content owners, because they may not sell a searched item, it can show the shop selling it instead.
- Bad grammar in comments don't hurt your rankings by default.