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Google Announces support for “AdSense” service for HTTPS protocol
The new feature allows developers to earn from publishing content on HTTPS pages.
Google announced Monday that it has updated its advertising platform “AdSense” (AdSense) for supporting communication protocol security (HTTPS).
Where Web developers can now earn from posting content on the pages of communication protocol secure (HTTPS), without having to resort to devious methods.
This change means, according to experts, the warning messages that users see, and says that the page content is not safe or otherwise, had become a thing of the past, as expression.
This feature is important, “Google”, the more pages and sites that require users to login, use the communication protocol security (HTTPS) to protect sensitive user information, including data on bank accounts.
When a user is visiting a page through Protocol (HTTPS), the advertising platform “AdSense” ads will be provided through the same protocol, either when you visit the pages of the Protocol (HTTP), the platform will deliver ads through (HTTPS).
The “Google” was launched last June feature Scorecard for “AdSense” service to allow webmasters to view their performance compared to other publishers.
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