The S in https stands for secure. This means the information you are sending to this site is more secure than information you are sending to http without an S.
It doesn't have anything with SEO.
If you secure the transmission, can the crawlers pick it up the way they pickup an unsecured website?
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli 4 weeks ago
I just noticed that when I am not logged-in, I get this "not secure" notice on the website (see screenshot). If I hover over the notice to view site information, it provides these details "Your connection to this site is not secure. You should not enter any sensitive information on...
by Remy Francis 7 years ago
Hello thereI have found that when I go into affiliates the https appears red with a stroke over it. When I went into my Google Adsense from there, I get this message on top: "Your ads have recently appeared on websites you haven't authorized. To avoid lost revenue, make sure to authorize any...
by Don W 19 months ago
Is this just "good lawyering"? Or does it mean Flynn has something incriminating to say about himself and his former boss?(1)Apparently Flynn's request has been rejected by the Senate Intelligence Committee "at this time"(2)Trump has tweeted about the request:"Mike Flynn...
by Nicola Thompson 5 years ago
What's the difference between http and https?I found myself writing out a website and sometimes it hasn't been working without the http:// in front of it, but I have been noticing that some websites do an https://Is there a difference?
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
Why would someone want a SSL Certificate?
by My Esoteric 8 days ago
Here are my prognostications under various scenarios. For full disclosure, I did OK in 2014 but blew it in 2016 (I totally missed the white dissatisfaction)I have lots of variables I can tweak, which I will. But, assume first I set everything at neutral, i.e. no weighting except for...
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