The Google SSL Update was released
October 1, 2017. Find out what it means and
how it can affect your website.
What is SSL? SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It’s a security protocol that encrypt data communicated from your website over the internet.
Google’s SSL changes mean more than just a secure internet – it could mean thousands in lost revenue if your website is left unchecked.
Recently, Google announced a call for SSL to be used on every website, and their reasons for the change was to make a more secure internet. The three main reasons for securing your website are below. You can also read Official Google Webmasters Blog about SSL ranking signals, visit here.
2. Data Integrity.
Check your website. Having an SSL certificate is just one step you can take to establish trust with your customers. If you notice that your website is coming up a security warning, or if you notice it’s preceded with “http” instead of “https”, you should get a SSL Certificate installed. If you have a SSL Certificate installed, your website address in your browser should display with a green “Secure” message with the padlock similar to below example.
Don’t miss this chance to upgrade your website and ensure you don’t suddenly undo all your SEO and lose valuable traffic and sales – all it takes is one simple phone call to get the ball rolling and get your website fully sercure with Google’s SSL Update.
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