Google Chrome is making it obvious to visitors when a home page is secure by showing visual icons to indicate secure connections. Most major browsers like Firefox, Safari, and Edge are following suit.
Under certain circumstances, Google Chrome will show a warning to site visitors like the one pictured to the left. Other major web browsers are taking similar steps. This is causing potential Visitors to abandon websites immediately when they see the warning.
Google has openly stated that they favor websites in search results that have an SSL certificate. Google wants "HTTPS Everywhere"—they want home pages, content pages, and all other pages secured with SSL even if no e-commerce is conducted on the website. Why? Google wants consumers to feel confident when they send them to your site. This increases loyalty and trust of visitors to both you and Google.
The solution is to purchase an SSL Certificate for your website. We know that securing your website is critical. We are offering SSL Certificates as part of our Marketing Tools, we include the setup and maintenance as well. To make your site SSL secure, and to learn more about our Marketing Tools that include SSL Certificat, setup, and maintenance for your site, click here.
Note: Third party SSL Certificates are not supported. Because Like Sew's system is built using multiple servers and load balancers to achieve high reliability, our technicians must install and manage a particular type of SSL security on your behalf. This means we are unable to use an SSL Certificate purchased from a third-party SSL Certificate vendors such as Godaddy, Digicert, and others.