What initially started as an option, in the end it has become a necessity. The reason for this is that Google has announced that, starting next July, all webs that do not have the SSL certificate, a screen will appear alerting users that it is a non-secure site.
In this way, if you want to have a secure website so that your clients and / or possible interested parties do not end up abandoning their browsing, Mediaelx adds the 'S' to your HTTP protocol. This fact is very important, since it can affect the bounce rate, the clicks of affiliates or the advertising of your business. Also, the SSL certificates installed by Mediaelx are not self-signed, which may mean that some browsers may consider your website as unsafe. Our company adds the HTTPS protocol through a trusted platform.
What impact can a secure website have?
More than 50 percent of users who browse the world online use Chrome. This means that there are countries where the warning that Google will implement in July will affect the most. Spain, Russia and the United Kingdom are three of the twelve countries where the decision will affect the most. A 63, a 44 and a 40 percent, respectively, so indicates the magazine Search Engine Journal.
In this way, if you have a company in one of these countries, it is very important to have a secure website. The fact that boaters can feel safe when transmitting relevant data can generate big changes for your business.
If you already have a website without SSL certificate, Mediaelx adds it to you. If you hire a web page, our company already designs it with the HTTPS protocol included.
Do not wait until the month of July and turn your website into a secure page.
Two months pass very fast. Do not wait for users to end up seeing the Google ad and hire a secure website. If you have a website already created but without the security certificate or you want to have a new website with the HHTPS protocol, Mediaelx satisfies both requirements.
You can contact us by going to our office located at Calle Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, 58 - 03201 Elche (Alicante). In the same way, you can call us by phone at 966 222 989 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.