Http or Https which is best best for ranking?


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  1. Http or Https which is best best for ranking ?
  2. I starting a site and now nearly complete 6 month and i accidentally but a non secure site [URL removed].
  3. I am just asking you to which http or https is best for ranking. Obviously secure more as answer but i want to know is effect our google ranking or note.
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  13. There will be some sort of cost (SSL) and if you don't know what you are doing, you'll have to pay someone to install and configure the certificate.
  14. 2 cents.
  15. odysseus likes this.
  16. For Security purpose, “https” is the best option for the site. It provides your users with three key layers of protection: Authentication, Encryption and Data Integrity.
  17. The issue in question is whether https helps with ranking, not questioning the encryption properties.
  18. As J. Muller said HTTPS does not directly affect ranking. If you are ranked in results pages where websites all have equal status for an analysis of the ranking factors covered, Google may use HTTPS to lead you to the top if, for example, the other sites do not have an SSL certificate installed.
  19. You can find this video.
  20. Also my experience confirm that. Our team provide a service of migration to https and I didn't observe an increased the rank. But you should migrate to https because it will solve other issues.
  21. https://youtu.be/N_YhA4WB2PE
  22. While the whole video has some interesting questions and answers, if you are interested in some "https ranking" talk, fast forwarding to 48:30.
  23. Note: I didn't go any further in the video. If someone does check out the whole video, and if there is more HTTPS info, please update us here with time markers.
  24. Update: I have a client that was so dead-set on HTTPS, he disregarded anything I told him (the cost would outweigh the return), that he went ahead with it anyway. It cost him to purchase the vanity certificate, have it installed and configured, and updated (when it expired) etc.
  25. And even now, he's having some issues with connectivity, HTTPS not showing by default - all sorts of things. Mind you, not all if the above is that expensive or exceedingly time consuming, but in reality, he's not stated any benefit from ranking, visits or conversions.
  26. My thinking is those that want to go ahead with HTTPS (and I mean those that don't honestly need SSL), should go for it if they feel better about it. Will HTTPS be mainstream one day? Sure, probably, but in all honesty, if you have an informational site, it's normally transmitting nothing that requires to be encrypted as it comes down the pipe to your browser, right?
  27. 2 cents.
  28. While the whole video has some interesting questions and answers, if you are interested in some "https ranking" talk, fast forwarding to 48:30.
  29. Note: I didn't go any further in the video. If someone does check out the whole video, and if there is more HTTPS info, please update us here with time markers.
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  31. Update: I have a client that was so dead-set on HTTPS, he disregarded anything I told him (the cost would outweigh the return), that he went ahead with it anyway. It cost him to purchase the vanity certificate, have it installed and configured, and updated (when it expired) etc.
  32. And even now, he's having some issues with connectivity, HTTPS not showing by default - all sorts of things. Mind you, not all if the above is that expensive or exceedingly time consuming, but in reality, he's not stated any benefit from ranking, visits or conversions.
  33. My thinking is those that want to go ahead with HTTPS (and I mean those that don't honestly need SSL), should go for it if they feel better about it. Will HTTPS be mainstream one day? Sure, probably, but in all honesty, if you have an informational site, it's normally transmitting nothing that requires to be encrypted as it comes down the pipe to your browser, right?
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  44. These situations make me sad.
  45. These situations make me sad.
  46. What makes me a little sad, is that this client is a very educated and mature person in the health services field.
  47. When I started my business nearly 20 years ago, I did my own accounting expenses. What I found, is that I was spending time on accounting when I could have been working on projects, customer support, prospecting etc. So I hired an accountant.
  48. My client, isn't a web designer, nor are they experienced and qualified to maintain the site nor keep it updated and secure, as I think it was hacked recently.
  49. So, it goes that they saved a few dollars in the past by trying to maintain and update the site themselves, but now have to pay more than what they saved, to fix things that shouldn't have gone wrong in the first place.
  50. A_Gramm likes this.
  51. Https is most secure and it is one of the parameter for ranking.
  52. First: https is not more secure than http when it comes to Site security.
  53. many CMS suffer from the inexperience of the owner who likes to do all by himself. Passwords like qwerty123 are still among the most popular.
  54. People set passwords they can easily remember. People are also developers who use 123456 as a password to their databases. Makes it easy you know.
  55. Parameter to rank? I doubt it, could be in Google but Google in 10 to 20 Years will have a market share of 20 to 30 % if the trend follows suit.
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  57. This is the most popular password in the world. It must be safe when everyone chooses it
  58. Werner-W likes this.
  59. This is the most popular password in the world. It must be safe when everyone chooses it
  60. Your logic is undeniable
  61. If you are looking for which is best for ranking, then I will definitely suggest for HTTPS. According to Ahref article on "HTTPS VS HTTPS for SEO", you will be obtaining small ranking benefits in terms of security aspects.
  62. From my experiments so far, I didn't find any major changes when I adopted from HTTP to HTTPS, but without knowing about proper migration don't implement it.
  63. It is said to choose https because it is more secure but there are many websites which are working so well with http as well.
  64. According to Ahref article on "HTTPS VS HTTPS for SEO", you will be obtaining small ranking benefits in terms of security aspects.
  65. According to JM, two identical sites, one utilizing HTTPS and the other not using it - all things being equal, the HTTPS may win a tie breaker. But expecting to jump from position 10, to position 1 will not happen.
  66. From my experiments so far, I didn't find any major changes when I adopted from HTTP to HTTPS, but without knowing about proper migration don't implement it.
  67. I tend to believe self-controlled experiments, over what some touted authority site may, or may not promote, are better for conclusions.
  68. total number of pages and the number of backlinks, had far more bearing on a high ranking than switching to HTTPS. In short, we concluded that HTTPS as a ranking factor is of low importance right now. My personal view is that if your website is not seeing any significant impact from not using HTTPS, then you will not experience any significant negatives if you do not switch now or in the immediate future.
  69. My personal view is that if your website is not seeing any significant impact from not using HTTPS, then you will not experience any significant negatives if you do not switch now or in the immediate future.
  70. How can one tell the impact value (positive/negative or neutral) unless one actually switches from a non HTTPS to HTTPS and then measures the outcome?
  71. I used redirect code for non www version to www verison in apache server. Now i am planning to move http to https. So is we need to add separate redirect code for non www version to www verison and http to https. If the answer is no what is the code we need to use. Waiting for your reply.Thanks in advance.
  72. As I understood you have redirect from http/non-www-version to http/www-version. You need to add redirect code from http/www-version to https-version.
  73. Https is best for ranking because it is more secure..
  74. True. I think this is something everyone agrees here.
  75. Https is best for ranking because it is more secure..
  76. You are conflating that being secure, means higher ranking. Please explain the correlation of these two terms.
  77. In my practice the difference between http and https has no point at all.
  78. NickRaw likes this.
  79. make them canonical.
  80. In my practice the difference between http and https has no point at all.
  81. Meaning what? You've tested https and there's no ranking increase?
  82. make them canonical.
  83. You're going to have to explain this.
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  85. As my point of view..
  86. if the website is secure then user will have trust on website..
  87. User always prefer https than http before taking any action on website.
  88. User prefer means user give more clicks to https for their personal data security.
  89. You are putting "the cart before the horse". You can't get "clicks" until you rank well. You can't rank well unless you've done the due-diligence for on-page and off page work.
  90. That said, the OP is asking: "Http or Https which is best for ranking ?"
  91. Your post did not address the question.
  92. As my point of view..
  93. if the website is secure then user will have trust on website..
  94. User always prefer https than http before taking any action on website.
  95. User prefer means user give more clicks to https for their personal data security.
  96. From the experience of myself and people close to me I can see that ordinary users have somewhere ssl in the case of ordinary websites. Another case is with banking services and payment systems. In the case of banks, they themselves spread the knowledge about the necessity of ssl. The advantage in Google's ranking for websites with ssl is pure hypersensitivity. ssl should be used to encrypt sensitive data, and not a website with content or a website where the only form is the one for entering a login and password.

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