03 Jul '15, 3pm

Drop In Bing? Moving To HTTPS (SNI) Would Have Caused It

If your site has moved to HTTPS using an extension of TLS called SNI, there’s a good chance you’ve seen a drop in Bing crawling and rankings. This is due to, prior to this month, Bing’s inability to crawl sites with this specific implementation of site security. In fact, they’ve only been able to manually “whitelist” sites with this type of implementation. Unfortunately, this issue seems to prevent the transfer of equity to HTTPS URLs, even with proper one to one 301 redirects.

Full article: http://searchengineland.com/drop-bing-moving-https-sni-ca...

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