Secured Site Requirement

— Very Important Message Regarding the Security of Your Website —

Chrome will soon mark non-secure pages containing password and credit card input fields as “Not Secure” in the URL bar. Further, by September, all web sites without an SSL certificate will display a “Not Secured” message on the browser. This means that visitors to your web site may question the security of your site and cause them not to trust you.

Site Not SecureStatic websites can get away with a typical, low cost secured certificate.

However, ecommerce web sites, should invest in higher grade certificate.

We’ve researched the best SSL certificates and found two affordable solutions from a trusted company. We’ve been using this SSL company over the years and they are the best at what they do.

This change will be here faster than you can imagine, and for this reason, we’re starting the process of securing all of our client’s websites at an affordable rate.

When you choose to secure your site now, and place your order today, we will do three things for you:

  1. Purchase a secured certificate for your domain name on your behalf
  2. Install it on your hosting account properly
  3. Update all pages of your website so that there are no holes in the security

Place your order by clicking on the best type of certificate you’d like for your site:

Comodo Essential SSLThe above certificate is best for a typical web site that does not have a shopping cart or ecommerce.
Click here or on the image above to place your order now.

Comodo EVC SSLThe above certificate offers maximum protection for ecommerce websites. It also displays the green bar on browsers to indicate maximum security. This certificate takes longer to validate and install.
Click here or on the image above to place your order now.

Both certificates give you total and complete security for your web site. There are higher priced certificates on the market right now, but you don’t need to pay more. These two were chosen specifically for your needs.

If you’d like to know how a secured certificate works, here’s a simple diagram.

How SSL Works

When you place your order, we will order the SSL certificate, install it unto your hosting account, and update all pages on your web site to ensure that the entire site is secured.

It is imperative that you secure your website before Chrome makes this change.

Your customers use different browsers when navigating the Internet. Chrome is owned by Google, and you know that it’s just a matter of time before all the other browsers follow in Google’s steps.

It’s also good practice to offer a secured site to all website visitors, as well as it safeguards against hacking and helps your website rank higher.

Due to the nature of this matter, we will only install certificates on your site that we purchase on your behalf. Only credit cards will be accepted for this transaction. We will NOT install certificates you purchase, or “Free SSL” certificates because they may prove to be unreliable and not fully compatible.

Please choose which certificate you’d like us to purchase and install on your behalf.

Comodo Essential SSL – $129/yr

Comodo EV SGC

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