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If you run a blog or website you’ve probably heard about SSL certificates and the idea of moving your domain from the old http:// to the secure https:// version. It’s a very important topic. In fact, this is something that will affect the security, performance and even the search engine rankings of your blog.
… a huge headache for customers, who would have to go through the validation process and install replacement certificates. What’s more, under the Chrome team’s proposal, Chrome would immediately remove the status indicators for Extended Validation certificates issued by Symantec. These certificates, which require companies to provide greater…
… To get better search engine rankings or land on the first page results on Google in 2016, site speed and HTTPS were listed among the ranking factors. Brian Dean of Backlinko conducted an experiment with 1 million Google results to determine which factors help web pages appear on the first SERP and I’ll be discussing two of those ranking factors…
… communication between a browser and your website. Think of it as a digital passport which verifies your site’s identity. You may see the terms SSL or TLS, which are technologies used to power HTTPS encryption. 2. Find a certificate authority Just as you can only get a passport from the Passport Office, you can only get a security certificate from…