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Encrypted Websites Will Now Get A Boost In Google Search Rankings


Encrypted Websites Will Now Get A Boost In Google Search Rankings

Google wants to make the Internet a safer place and has worked hard to improve their own security over the years. Today Google announced they’re taking their dedication to security a step further by making HTTPS a ranking signal.

Google has been running tests over the past few months using encrypted connections as a ranking signal. After seeing positive results, Google will be using HTTPS as a…

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