Website Home Improvement Tip #22: Secure Your Website With An SSL Certificate

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If you ask your customers to submit information to your site, be it contact info, passwords, or credit card details, be sure you’re protecting their data by securing your website. An SSL Certificate is a good way to add a layer of secure encryption to your small business website.

Not sure if your website really needs an SSL Certificate? Read our blog on the topic


Duke Kimball

Duke writes words, good. When he's not crafting content for The Pros, he's crafting stories, enjoying craft beer, or gourmet coffee. He is Portlandia.

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