Attention Business Owners and Professionals!

Google Just Put “Not Secure” Warnings on Websites that Don’t Have SSL...
Google made an update in October that penalizes sites that don’t have something called an “SSL Certificate.” What’s that?
In laymen’s terms, an SSL certificate is what makes a website secure.
To put it simply: Google will prioritize sites that are secure - and penalize those that aren’t. Unsecured sites will also have a warning...
Yes, the dreaded “Unsafe Website” Warning. NOBODY wants that, trust me.
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Customers might (and probably will) go running when they see that warning!

You NEED to secure you sites or will end up losing business.

A business website without an SSL certificate could be losing hundreds, even thousands of dollars, every month, to their competitors!

Before Google flags your website, secure it today with SSL Certificates.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an SSL certificate used for?

SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser.

What Details Do I Need To Provide?

Just Your Domain Name and We Will Install From Our Server Side.

Turn Around Time For SSL Installation?

24 Hours.

Queries?

Please Call +65-87410170 Or contact@localseopro.com