45% Of Google's Top Search Results Are HTTPS

Feb 17, 2017 - 8:21 am 19 by
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Dr. Pete from Moz posted on Twitter that he projects that by June 2017, 50% of the top search results that come up in Google will be of sites over HTTPS, not HTTP.

Currently, Mozcast shows we are at 45% and we were at 34% last June:

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Based on his predictive model, Pete shows us hitting 50% soon:

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He said, "Page-1 HTTPS results topped 45% in our 10K tracking set. Trendline predicts we'll hit 50% in three months..."

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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