09 Feb '18, 11am

Google Sets Deadline for HTTPS and Warns Publishers to Upgrade Soon

Google Sets Deadline for HTTPS and Warns Publishers to Upgrade Soon

Nevertheless, the clear answer is that all web publishers should at least consider upgrading to HTTPS. This is no longer a consideration limited to eCommerce sites. The warnings may cause site visitors to begin negatively reacting to warnings on sites that have not upgraded, which may affect advertising impressions, lead generation, sales and so on. July 2018 is the deadline for when prominent warnings will begin to show to Chrome users. The clock is ticking.

Full article: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-sets-https-dea...

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