HTTPS as an SEO factor

Google ad days ago that, in the effort to improve the security of the entire Internet, your search engine will begin to take into account if a website has HTTPS access, becoming a critical factor for positioning in search results.

HTTPS and its SSL security certificates (Secure Sockets Layer, or “Secure Connection Layer”) are already used worldwide to protect private or sensitive data, such as identities, documents or credit card numbers. Our customer table It has this protected access from its origins, so that all queries and data sent are always secure. If you want to install HTTPS on your site, you can review our SSL certificates or consider our Condor plan for companies, which includes it at no additional cost.

For those who do not yet have HTTPS access, but are considering outsourcing it, here are some key questions to keep in mind when deciding on an SSL plan.

What to consider before choosing the right SSL certificate for my site?

  • SSL certificates are associated with a specific domain. For example: It has its own SSL certificate. If secure access to two or more URLS is desired or required (for example, use it on both like in it is necessary to hire 2 SSL, or to hire a multidomain certificate (what you will see mentioned as “wild cardhere).
  • Try to hire certificates with an encryption key of 2048-bit.
  • uses relative urls to call content within the same secured domain.
  • Take advantage of the online tool SSL checker to verify that the certificate is correctly installed.

Secure sites are already indispensable on the internet, and browsers have started to point out those websites that do not have SSL as insecure sites. Needless to say, nobody wants to lose visitors or potential customers because of this, so what are you waiting for to switch to HTTPs?

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