Right now, there’s no rush for websites to encrypt their pages. For an “https” website to load seamlessly, the setup must be able to support the increased load. The system has to encrypt and decrypt everything from text to animation, which can make the viewing experience slower. As SEO basics goes, loading speed is critical in website traffic.
Cutts may have hinted the plan to reward “https” websites, but Google hasn’t made any major strides in the effort as of this writing. They still have their hands full with OpenSSL’s notorious bug that makes encryption not so encrypted at all. For now, get a Bellevue SEO consulting firm to discuss future plans for your website structure.