“Not Secure.” Not good.
Increased SEO ranking.
Compliance with regulation standards.
Customers will trust you.
Safe mobile and online payment systems.
How SSL certificates work.
An SSL certificate creates a secure digital tunnel that blocks hackers and thieves from seeing usernames, passwords, credit cards numbers and other valuable data.
The padlock icon appears.
Once the connection is complete, a padlock icon and https prefix appear in the visitor’s browser bar to show visitors to your website they’re safe to browse, shop, email you, subscribe to your mailing list, etc. And if there was a Not Secure tag before, poof now it’s gone. If you install an Extended Validation (EV) SSL, the browser display your company name to prove you're the legit business you are.