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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Cloud Defender resolves issue caused by Google change #ad

On July 1st, 2018, Google released a new [Version 68] of Chrome and, in the process, created a sizable marketing opportunity for you. Cloud Defender helps you grab that opportunity. Ever since then, all HTTP URLs are now displayed as “Not Secure”. Consequently, HTTPS (indicating your site has a Secure Socket Layer [SSL]) now is required for good SERP ratings and for customer perceptions of legitimacy. If you don’t have your website set up as an SSL site (for example, https://IMNewsWatch.com), you will be losing visitors, commissions, and customers. Many times when a person sees... [...]

Why the missing “S” in HTTPS will hurt your site #ad

Google wants you to be ‘HTTPS’, a secure site. Secure sites are critical to visitor safety, and Google wants to only send traffic to safe sites. If you want to continue getting traffic from Google you need to make sure you can show people (and Google) an HTTPS URL. If Google says your site’s not secure, how will your visitors react? Naturally, you will see lost visitors and lower conversions. This is an urgent problem because beginning in January 2017, Google Chrome starts adding warning labels for any websites asking for passwords and/or credit card information without having... [...]