Secure Server (SSL) F.A.Q
What is SSL?
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer and provides a simple way for your customers to view your validated organization information via a trusted third party. SSL will increase transactions and revenue by giving your customers the confidence and assurance to trust the identity of your web site. The result- a substantial increase in consumer confidence regarding your web site information, services, and/or products. Even if you don't have a web site brand name, SSL will let your customers know you are legitimate.
Why do I need SSL?
In a sea of over 30 million websites and over 1 billion web pages, it is very difficult for people to know who is legitimate and who is not. Most organizations on the web today do not have a brand name to overcome the odds of being 1 out of 30 million. SSL is a tool that your organization can use to substantially reduce these odds and set your web site apart from the crowd.
- Organizations enrolled in SSL use their online identities to send these messages:
- Owner is known and associated with the web site
- Consumers know that your organization is legitimate
- Consumers know that your web site is genuine
- Consumers can submit confidential information to your website in a safe, encrypted format.
- SSL sets your web site apart, resulting in: Increased customer traffic
- More time spent browsing the trusted content on your web site
- Improved probability of a customer transaction
- If you are serious about your web site, you need SSL.
What do I get with SSL?
All of our servers are capable of SSL encryption. Pricing for your Digital Web Certificate starts at $99 per year. Click above to signup online.
You can place your order online by clicking below or call us at 360.779.0303 for more information on the process of obtaining a digital certificate and getting your site SSL compatible!
How do I install SSL?
You will need to login to your Cpanel and access the SSL Manager. To access the SSL Manager, select “Security” from the main menu, and select “SSL Manager” from the Security menu.