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Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is one of the most common security protocols used on the Internet today. Used to encrypt sensitive, private data, such as credit card numbers or bank account details, sensitive information sent from a visitor’s browser to your web server.

Aside from the security aspect, SSL certificates are now essential if you wish to better Google search engine rankings.  Google announced that SSL Certificates are now a ranking factor in Google’s online search algorithm.

The Google search boost for using SSL applies to all sites, whether they have personal information or not. Even if your site doesn't have a checkout page, login pages, or any financial or sensitive personal information, you can still get SEO benefits by installing an SSL Certificate on your site.

Keep in mind that your website visitors are generally technologically savvy and aware of online threats. They insist that their confidential information is being kept safe. With an SSL Certificate you are letting them know that you are concerned about their online safety, assuring them that their private information is not going to be misused.  

Now you can improve your website ranking along with overall website visitor experience.

Which SSL do you need?

Question that all website owners, administrators and service providers are asking is what SSL Certificate should I buy?

Even though all certificates perform encryption to secure information, not all SSL Certificates are the same.

EverData SSL Certificates provide you with the variety of options:

Build trust into your visitors by providing them secure browsing and purchasing experience. It is worth noting that a company that has taken the time and effort to protect their clients demonstrates that it is determined to provide a quality service.

To learn more about the certificates and other security solutions available get in touch with our experts. Our team will provide you with the solutions that fit both your budget and your goals.

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