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You Need an SSL Certificate Even if You’re Not Selling Online

By Brianne Martin


SSL or Secure Sockets Layer — ever heard of it?

An SSL certificate creates a secure connection between your site and your customers. This means any information they give you (credit card numbers, names, addresses, etc.) stays private and doesn’t get into the wrong hands. It’s required for sites that sell online, but it’s more important than ever for all sites to get on board the SSL train (even if you’re not selling a thing).

Visual cues make visitors feel comfy on your site.

How do you know if a website has an SSL certificate? Look at the URL — if it starts with “https”, you’re on a secure site. You’ll also see a little lock icon. ...


E-Commerce Checklist: How to Make the Most Out of Your Platform

By Kathleen Montecillo


So, you’ve decided to start selling on your website. First off, Congrats! Adding e-commerce to your site has tons of benefits, like giving you the chance to reach a bunch more customers with your product. But before you make your first sale online, there are a few things you need to check off your list to make sure you’re getting the most out of your platform. Ready? Here they are:

Get an SSL certificate.

This is step one. If you want to sell on your website, an SSL certificate is required. An SSL is a digital file that secures your site, which means any information exchanged with the verified site cannot be accessed by anyone else. It’s important because it protects your cus...


The Deal With SSL Certificates and the Perks of Having One

By Kathleen Montecillo


An SSL Certificate is a digital file that secures your site. Ever wonder why some site URLs start with HTTP and others with HTTPS? Well, that’s an SSL Certificate at work. Sites with HTTPS in their URL have one and it means information exchanged between you and the verified site can’t be accessed by anyone else — basically, no one can eavesdrop or hack your personal info. An SSL is a must-have if you want to sell on your site, but that’s not all they’re good for. Here are a few reasons why you might want to consider getting one.

They let you sell on your site.

E-commerce is the most common reason for getting an SSL Certificate and it’s a non-negotiable. If ...