‘First Google, Now Bing? Encrypted Search Plague Spreads’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article
The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “First Google, Now Bing? Encrypted Search Plague Spreads”.
Pete Prestipino says, “SEOs probably don’t have much hair left to pull out, but if they did, that’s exactly what they would probably do with an important discovery over the weekend.
Apparently, Bing is now enabling searchers to conduct queries over Bing SSL search – that’s right; just like Google, they too are now supporting “encrypted search” – spreading the plague of “keyword not provided” even further. What that means is that search marketers won’t be able to access the keywords that consumers users to find their site should they use the secure URL (HTTPS)“.
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