SSL Certificates and Why They Are Important in Melbourne Florida

Have you heard about SSL certificates and why they matter?

Here’s why they matter for your business!

 

If you’re doing business with your clients online, chances are you’ve heard of Google’s
unsafe website warning. But if you haven’t, here’s the kicker: Google wants to make the
internet safe. And although that actually sounds great, they also plan to point out websites
like yours that they believe to be unsafe to use. And that, of course, is costing you revenue.

Statistically, about 1% of the millions of websites online have taken the step to make their
websites secure. But even though your website is small, not redirecting to “HTTPS” is still
a big deal. It means the internet giant will start warning visitors you’re lacking basic security
features. And they will also drop you in the rankings because of it.

 

ssl certificates and the security of your website

 

Can you imagine how embarrassing this is for a business?

My name is Dave Smith, a Lead Generation & Marketing Strategist. I also am a
Business Coach & Author. I wrote this blog because I’d like to help your business.

If privacy is an issue, people don’t feel comfortable sharing anything with anyone
who might put their personal information at risk. By installing a Secure Socket
Layer Certificate, you’ll secure all your website and your visitors will trust you more.

SSL certificates are able to establish a safe encrypted link between your server and
your client’s browser. It’s the only way you can ensure the data you collect remains
private and integral. Protecting your online transactions with your customers is important.
Don’t let your clients down by postponing doing so. Contact me at your earliest convenience
and let’s make your website safe for all your customers.

Contact me with no strings attached. We can chat one-on-one (or exchange emails),
about the benefits of having a valid SSL certificate, the possible dangers that concern
your clients’ safety and everything else in between. Don’t wait too long to make a move.
If you’re familiar with Google’s unsafe website warning, chances are your competitors
know about it as well in Melbourne, Brevard County, and anywhere in Florida as well.

 

Thank you for your time and looking forward to chat!

 

Dave Smith and IMJustice Marketing

 

Especially covering Brevard County Towns such as:

Melbourne, Melbourne Beach, Sebastian, Merritt Island, Palm Bay,
Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Cape Canaveral, Titusville, Rockledge, Mims,
Indialantic, Indian Harbour Beach, Satellite Beach, Malabar, Grant,