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  • Why SSL Security is Important for Your Business?

    Hi.

    I was wondering how crucial having an SSL certificate is now for a small specialist business such as laundry, plumbing, or web development firms, etc.? These are websites that do not provide products for sale. I'm asking because I've heard that having an SSL and https url is starting to improve your ranking in search results. Is that correct?

    I want to curious about why it is important for website, then?

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Hello Sven,

    SSL is the best encryption technology, allowing users to open websites in a safe environment by using HTTPS. To accept secured user personal data and financial credentials, the website-based business will require tested and authenticated SSL.
    Invalid or unassigned SSL certificates create less traffic on websites, which prompts some browsers to disable direct links on those websites by displaying a fatal error on all website pages.
    SSL updates are critical since approved SSL works on all browsers and generates a lot of traffic.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sven View Post
      Hi.

      I was wondering how crucial having an SSL certificate is now for a small specialist business such as laundry, plumbing, or web development firms, etc.? These are websites that do not provide products for sale. I'm asking because I've heard that having an SSL and https url is starting to improve your ranking in search results. Is that correct?

      I want to curious about why it is important for website, then?

      Thanks!
      Hello,

      It is required for all websites because if your website does not have an SSL certificate, sometimes it will be not ranked in the search engine rankings. SSL is now more vital than ever. It assists you in gaining your client's trust and avoiding phishing.

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      • #4
        Hello,

        Yes, it defines SSL and its implications for business. Invalid SSL will cause reduced traffic to the online company website. For example, an invalid or expired SSL causes the entire website to go down or displays Warning Messages on pages. The valid or updated SSL for your website works for almost all browsers from which you can receive a large number of hits.

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        • #5
          Hello,

          An SSL certificate offers a safe and secure method for transmitting sensitive information over the internet. It is intended to safeguard data integrity while it is being transported from one system to another. The SSL certificate enables the browser and Web server to establish a secure, encrypted connection, allowing credit card details, email addresses, and other personal data to be safely communicated and not available to the public.
          When your hosted website is involved in eCommerce or online financial activities, an SSL certificate is required. Websites that use SSL certificates can boost visitor confidence and keep them coming back.

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          • #6
            Hello,

            SSL is mostly used to encrypt sensitive information transferred via the Internet so that only the intended receiver can comprehend it. This is significant because information sent via the Internet gets passed from computer to computer before arriving at the destination server.

            If your credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, and other sensitive information are not encrypted with an SSL certificate, any machine between you and the server can view them. When an SSL certificate is used, the information becomes unreadable to everyone except the server to which it is being sent. This safeguards it against hackers and identity thieves.

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            • #7
              Hello,

              SSL is primarily used to encrypt sensitive information sent across the Internet so that only the intended recipient can understand it. This is significant because information sent over the Internet is passed from computer to computer before arriving at the destination server. If your credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, and other sensitive information is not secured with an SSL certificate, any machine between you and the server can read it. When you use an SSL certificate, the information becomes unreadable to everyone except the server to which you're sending it. This protects it from unethical hacking and also protect from thieves.

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              • #8
                Hello,

                SSL is important for the three major reasons listed below.
                • 1) Establish a secure connection between the web browser and the server.
                • 2) Increases customer trust
                • 3) Higher search engine rankings

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                • #9
                  Hello,

                  Yes, it is useful for SEO. According to Google's latest guidelines, websites with SSL certificates will receive a minor ranking boost, and by minor, I mean literally minor. But, in the end, what you offer is the most important thing, and that is content.
                  Apart from that, no matter what website you have, whether it's a simple personal blogging website that only offers content, SSL/TLS Certificate (HTTPS) should be present, or else visitors will begin receiving notifications that they are not on a secure website through all the major web browsers like Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox, and it's also possible that they will block the website from being loaded on web browser in the future.

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                  • #10
                    Hey,

                    SSL does not guarantee complete hacker protection, but it is still necessary for a website.
                    • 1. First and important, SSL increases the trust or value of your website with clients/visitors.
                    • 2. SSL improves your page ranking/SEO.
                    • 3. SSL is required if your website accepts payments or is related to payments.
                    For more details, please visit Webhosting UK SSL Certificate page.

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                    • #11
                      Hey,

                      SSL ensures secure internet communication and protects sensitive information with encryption techniques. It has improved customer/visitor trust, phishing security, and SEO rankings. In addition, Google Chrome will label all HTTP sites as "not secure." According to Google, if your site does not have an SSL Certificate, the Google Chrome browser bar will indicate that it is not secure.

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