Don’t Get Caught Being “Unsafe” for Google’s Next Major Update
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Coming October 2017 - Google’s massive new algorithm change that could banish your website from the first page in the blink of an eye
Google is about to implement a massive, and drastic change to their algorithm. And it could be very bad for your website/business… if you don’t act quickly.
If you aren’t ready for this new update, this new change could:
Post banners warning internet searchers to stay away from your site - Bringing your web traffic and income to a screeching halt.
Expose your website and your customer’s information to foreign governments and malicious hackers.
Knock your website off the first page of google, all but eliminating the investment of time and money into your SEO efforts.
Learn More About The Update
9/2016 – Google announces plan for a more secure web by requiring sites to have an SSL certificate
1/2017 – Google takes their first sweeping change by marking HTTP pages that collect passwords and credit cards as non-secure.
10/2017 – All websites that have ANY data entry forms will be identified as insecure if SSL isn’t applied.
Google has a long history of making large, sweeping changes that affect tens of millions of websites, and they will do so again in October 2017. History will repeat itself once again. Those who don’t adapt – die.
What is this new change and why is it so important?
In an effort to create a more secure web, Google is announcing a new security update in October 2017 that will require ALL websites to use something called an SSL certificate to protect their sites… Not only for the good of the everyday internet searcher, but for all parties.
When this change takes place, all sites that do not carry an SSL certificate will be penalized – and there are no exceptions.
Current website URL display without an SSL
Website URL display without an SSL in October
Current website without an SSL
Website without an SSL in October
Current form without an SSL
Website form without an SSL in October
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