Secure your Site
Show visitors you are trustworthy
Having an SSL certificate on your website shows your customers that your
site is safe to browse. And that it is verified.
Benefits of SSL
Business owners like you want SSL certificates for 3 benefits
The security “padlock” shows on internet browsers.
When you get an SSL on your website, a security padlock would appear on the address bar (shown right).
This padlock tells your visitors that:
- Your site is verified and secure
- It is safe to browse from any device
- Any data they enter is secure
Your site rank would boost on Google
Google made an SSL certificate a ranking signal. It now pushes websites with SSL up in the search results. And penalises those without.
With SSL certificate:
- Your website will show up higher in Google Search results
- You will get an increase in organic traffic to your website
- Your site credibility and authority will improve
A secure pathway between your server and users’ browsers
With an SSL certificates, your visitors will use a secure HTTPS protocol to access the site.
- Enhances data security for all users
- Is compatible with all websites
- Makes payment processing super-safe
How does an SSL work?
When a visitor lands on your website, the SSL certificate forms a connection via HTTPS protocol with the server. This is called the handshake. This handshake lets the visitor’s browser fetch your site’s pages in a secure manner.
The padlock appears
on the visitor’s browser
After the handshake, the “padlock” appears on the browser of the visitor along with https beside the URL. The visitor would now know that your website is safe, reliable and verified.
The secure path
The secure connection between the visitor’s browser and your site server doesn’t sever. Your site server would deliver your site via this path every time a visitor lands on your site.
Plans and Pricing
$ 220.00 for 2 years
$ 330.00 for 1 years
$ 396.00 for 1 years
Duration of certificate issuance
Covers unlimited subdomains
The padlock on the browser address bar
HTTPS prefix with site link
Secures both www.example.com and example.com
Works on phones and tablets
Security trust seal
Boosts google ranking
Install, setup and renewal
What’s the difference between partial and full encryption?
Partial encryption does not accessQ the full strength of the SSL certificate.
Full encryption, on the other hand, deploys the full-256 bit resource of the certificate.
Would my website’s ranking really improve when I get an SSL certificate?
Since August of 2014, Google has been considering SSL certificate a ranking signal (a lightweight one). So yes, provided your website provides value and excellent user experience, its ranking would go up with an SSL certificate installed.
Would my business name and base country show up on browsers?
With our SSL certificate, you would get the Padlock and the HTTPS prefix. For your business name and base country to show up on users’ browsers, you would need EV/OV type SSL. We provide it to business owners upon request. We also assist with the verification process.
Would the padlock show when people visit my website from phones and tablets?
Yes it would. No matter what device a person your visiting your website from, they would see the padlock.
On some sites, I see green padlock. On some, I see black. Is there a difference? Which colour padlock would I get if i get my SSL from you guys?
Since September 2018, Google Chrome has stopped showing the green padlock. It now shows a grey one for all sites with SSL installed on it. Mozilla Firefox, on the other hand, shows a green padlock for websites with regular SSL and full business name and base country beside the URL on the address bar for those with EV and OV SSL.