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High time to transition to HTTPS.

by | Feb 16, 2017 | Digital Marketing, Security


Does your site collect sensitive information such as passwords, credit card and personal details? Do you want your website spared from future errors and reap the benefits of SEO?

Be in the know and do something about it NOW to avoid losing traffic and potential customers!

With Chrome representing more than 50% of the total market share for browsers –which translates to more than 1 billion users all over the world– securing your pages is not only a smart option but also a MUST.

From Google:

“Beginning in January 2017 (Chrome 56), we’ll mark HTTP pages that collect passwords or credit cards as non-secure, as part of a long-term plan to mark all HTTP sites as non-secure.”


How then can I keep my pages from being “tagged unsecure” by Chrome?

Migrate to HTTPS.


HTTPS means hacker-free so you need not worry about your site encountering future hassles.

  • HTTPS uses an always-on Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol that enables encryption of data over the web so online transactions are protected. It does not only protect your pages; it also builds trust and credibility for your site. According to Google, HTTPS usage has dramatically increased with a huge portion of web traffic coming from HTTPS sites.
  • E-commerce or not, you want your site protected and secured. Chrome has just started with pages asking for sensitive information — and it won’t stop there. In the long run, Chrome will tag all http sites that don’t comply as not secure; consequently, if you’re still on http, you get errors on your site. Now that’s more than enough reason to drive away visitors.

Let’s talk more on how we can set up SSL properly for your website and make it not only awesome but also authentic and more protected. Take this first step:

We want to make sure your site is not only performing well on the web but also Google-compliant and 100% safeguarded!

Here’s to more traffic and leads!


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