RankRanger: 99% Of Google's Page One Results Have At Least One HTTPS Result

Jul 25, 2017 - 7:48 am 10 by

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HTTPS in the Google search results continue to rise and rise. In fact, according to RankRanger's Google's feature tracker tool, 99% of the page one results they track have at least one or more HTTPS result within them. RankRanger tracks a ton of search results, and it is constantly measuring different changes in the search results.

They said on Twitter that "99% of all page one SERPs now contain at least 1 HTTPS result."

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Mozcast's feature tool also shows a nice incline and increase of HTTPS adoption in the Google search results over time. They put it at over 56.5% but they are measuring different things here.

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Either way, both are showing more and more Google search results with HTTPS included.

The Google HTTPS ranking boost has not been changed or adjusted in years and Google has no plans on changing that. So this is more of a thing around webmasters going HTTPS versus anything else.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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