For years, Google has been actively seeking ways to encourage website owners to implement SSL certificates.
SSL allows websites to be accessed over HTTPS, which encrypts information sent between the visitor and web server.
Here are a few questions to ask yourself:
- Does your site take any text input? This includes contact forms, search bars, login panels, etc.
- Is your website using HTTP:// in the address bar?
If you answered “yes” to both of those questions, you need to implement SSL to avoid showing a “Not Secure” warning in visitor’s browsers. You should also be forcing HTTPS on your site to avoid having users accidentally access the non-encrypted version of your site.
How to Get SSL
We can purchase a SSL certifcate for you and setup on your domain for £29.95. (normally £39.50 annually)
This is a special offer and available for a limited time.
Call us on 01643 709625 or email email@example.com to order your SSL certificate.