Securing your website and building customer trust is very important to a successful website even if you aren’t taking credit card info online.
SSL certificates installed on your web site are required so as to give the S (secured) in https://
“As of October 2017 Google will warn Chrome browser users when displaying results from non-HTTPS sites… Chrome will show the ‘Not secure’ warning in two additional situations: when users enter data on an HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode.”
In other words: You need a SSL certificate on your web site. If you are still not sure why you need SSL please go to here to learn more about SSL and why your web site needs SSL.
The “S” in https:// comes from a SSL Certification
○ There are many SSL Certificate versions: DV, OV and EV
○ DV = Domain Validated
○ OV = Organization Validated
○ EV = Extended Validated (green address bar)
I know SSL certifications can be a little confusing and as such: I am more than happy to help with any questions or concerns you have about securing your web site. Feel free to contact Ron the Web Guy with any questions.