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Google is requiring SSL Certification starting Oct 2017, and it keeps you and your customers' information safe and secure at all times.

Does my website really need an SSL Certificate?

To continue to convert more leads from your website into sales, the answer is YES. You have one chance to make a good first impression, and if your customer thinks your website is unsafe, they’re not likely to return. Starting Oct 2017, Google is requiring all websites have a valid SSL Certificate, which presents itself as the green “SECURE” lock next to your website address in the browser window. Without it, all Chrome users (the preferred browser of 60% of internet users) will see a red "NOT SECURE" warning.


Secure and encrypt your website now by adding one of our top tier SSLs that we are purchasing in a limited bulk supply offered at $249*, including installation. This added security safeguards your website, improves site speed, and raises your Google search ranking, as well as instilling trust between you and your customers. Be sure your clients know they can trust you, trust your business, and trust your website with a valid SSL before the Oct 2017 deadline. Bulk prices available to purchase SSLs for more than one website. Our reduced rate offer ends Sept 31, 2017 or while supplies last.


  • If your clients submit any sort of contact form, application, etc. then you want to be sure their information never falls into the wrong hands, especially if your clients are sending phone numbers, email address, and personal details about themselves or their family members.
  • Google ranks websites with an SSL higher than sites without one.
  • Secure, encrypted data to protect your website, your site visitors, and their information.
  • Provides authentication so your visitors can feel confident that your website is yours and not an imposter trying to steal information from your customers.
  • An SSL is required for PCI Compliance, meaning selling anything online requires an SSL in order to pass their audits.

Register an SSL for Your Website

Fill out the form below and we'll start the process of setting up the SSL certificate for your website before Google's Oct 2017 deadline. If you have more than one website that needs an SSL, list all of them and we'll send you a custom quote for all of them.