Barb Ling here and woohoo – it’s been updated!!
==> Cloud Defender Version 2.0!
Your Benefits: Give Google what it wants for 2018
Brief, pithy and to the point…
Did you know about this critical Google update?
Earlier in 2017, Google Chrome added warning labels for any websites asking for passwords
and/or credit card information which haven’t yet added SSL protection.
In case you’re not familiar with SSL, it’s a type of encryption which prevents any communications between the
visitor and the site from being read or forged by a 3rd party.
So, in other words, visitors on SSL secured sites are protected from hackers trying to their steal passwords or
credit card data.
This is why you MUST add SSL certificates to any of your websites not currently secured with them.
==> This shows how to do it for free!
Ignore this warning at your peril, because visitors arriving at non-secured sites via the Chrome browser will
begin seeing ‘Not Secure’ in their browser!
And when they do, they won’t be sticking around long enough to enter their passwords…
….and they’ll be even less likely to enter their credit card information!
Which means income from your non-SSL secured sites is about to take a significant hit.
And if you think for a moment you can ignore this warning because few visitors use the Chrome browser, think
again. Chrome is reported as by far the most popular browser [from 55% to 63%] by a number of sources…
Discover how to make your site secure for free, AND how to charge clients for the same service!
==> Catch that charge peeps?
See, no website is perfect, but many lose money in ways most site owners don’t even know about.
The losses can be minor – like slow load times and weak conversions.
Or they can be MAJOR – meaning downtime, lost traffic and EVEN loss of money-making content.
The fix is surprisingly simple, once you know where the leaks are.
==> Begin your journey here!
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for additional SEO tutorials!
Sounds good? Indeed… keeping Google happy….
A good thing, wouldn’t you say?
Barbara “More Sales!” Ling
ps – Dimesale so hurry!