5 Reason Why You Need a Secure https:// (SSL Certified) Website or Blog

by - July 14, 2018

As you know, now a secure version website how important. If you don't know then remember currently the secure version website means "https://" website is very important for Search engine optimization (SEO). If you have SSL certified website then you just pass a big task in SEO. Recently google's latest chrome browser detect the website as not secure if you don't have proper SSL.

5 Reason Why You Need a Secure https:// (SSL Certified) Website or Blog

Not only this, I shared some more details about why you need a secure https:// or SSL Certified website or blog. Let's begin.

Google Chrome Browser Detect as Not Secure Website
Surprised? Why I use this as first Reason, let me clear you, currently maximum users come from chrome browser, not only desktop but also from mobile. If your website shows not secure then definitely your site rank will go down and down. Not only a ranking issue, maybe some of the users will move to other websites because of this notification. 

chrome site not secure snapshot



Ranking will be affected in Search Engine
I will not say your site will be affected highly with this, but yes if your competitor will get SSL before you then definitely your site affected in ranking. Google or other search engines will prefer first which site has a secure version.

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It Provides Trust
Such as a lock icon or a green bar, to make sure visitors know when their connection is secured. This means that they will trust your website more when they see these cues and will be more likely to buy from you. 

SSL Provides Trust



Protects against phishing attacks
HTTPS protects against phishing attacks means, a phishing email is an email sent by a criminal who tries to fraud with your website. The email usually includes a link to their own website or uses a man-in-the-middle attack to use your own domain name. Because it is very difficult for these criminals to receive a proper SSL certificate.

Protects against phishing attacks





Helps You Satisfy PCI/DSS Requirements
If you accept online payments in your website, you must know about PCI/DSS requirements. To receive online payments, your website must be PCI compliant. Having an SSL certificate installed is one of the 12 primary requirements set by the payment card industry (PCI).



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