Did you know that Google ranks and prefers sites with HTTPS over their others with simple HTTP?
HTTPS adds an extra level of security to your website, so that your consumers and customers are protected from potential misuse of their valuable data, such as name, email, address or credit card details.
Soon visitors will see a warning when they visit websites that are not protected by HTTPS. Protecting a website using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) doesn't cost a lot, but it can be time-consuming to implement, dependent on how big your site is.
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