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    SEOMoz Explains Google's SSL Implementation

    Google announced last week that SSL search will now be the default for signed-in users.

    What does this mean?

    “Today, a web site accessed through organic search results on http://www.google.com (non-SSL) can see both that the user came from google.com and their search query… However, for organic search results on SSL search, a web site will only know that the user came from google.com.”

    Learn more from SEOMoz’s emergency Whiteboard Friday:



    Source: http://www.seomoz.org/blog/google-hi...teboard-friday

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    Yes, I heard about this but I was wondering what the difference was between SSL search and "encrypted" search. I have had my homepage set to https://encrypted.google.com/ for a while now and it has a little SSL padlock icon.

    I wonder if these are really the same thing with 2 different names? If so, encrypted.google.com is the way to get SSL without having to sign in.

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