What is SSL Certificate and where to get free SSL Certificate?

SSL Certificate

We will come to the free SSL certificate part late but for now lets see what is that padlock appearing in your search bar? It is actually a secure connection between you and the website you have opened. This means that all the data transmitted between you and the opened site is secured and encrypted.

Now days you can even get free SSL Certificate and installing it is as simple as a cake.

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Free SSL Certificate

Today we will guide you how to activate a Free SSL Certificate on our servers. If you have purchased one of our packages or your hosting server provides CPanel then follow these easy steps.

  1.  Go to the your control panel http://hostmayo.com/cpanel and after inputting your credentials look for Let’s Encrypt SSL under the security section.
  2. Just click on issue and include any alias domains you want to associate with it.
  3. Just that and your website now have SSL certification. Just open your domain with https://yourdomain.com and you will see the certification by clicking on the padlock in url bar.

Free SSL Certificate

 SSL Certificate are important for your SEO Ranking

free SSL Certificate

Google has announced that going adding a SSL 2048-bit key certificate to your site will give your SEO ranking boost. Google says this gives websites a small ranking benefit, only counting as a “very lightweight signal” within the overall ranking algorithm. In fact, Google said this carries “less weight than other signals such as high-quality content.” Based on their tests, Google says it has an impact on “fewer than 1% of global queries” but said they “may decide to strengthen” the signal because they want to “encourage all website owners to switch from HTTP to HTTPS to keep everyone safe on the web.” In future it will become an important part of the SEO as prominent from the Google’s ambition

“We want to go even further. At Google I/O a few months ago, we called for “HTTPS everywhere” on the web.”

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