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Blogging is the best platform to spread your content, idea and innovative thoughts. Internet network involves a number of dangers that leave users open for attacks by hackers.Securing your readers privacy can be necessary if they have to put any kind of sensitive information on your blog. For most blogs, this is limited to name and emails when commenting, but also usernames and passwords if you allow members.

Is SSL Required for your Blog?

Cases of hacking on the rise now days and this happens because most of website owners, blogger or webmasters ignore SSL security as they think they do not have anything to compromise. Think twice.

If your blog has good number of readers, 500+ posts, 5000+ comments, a well-known reputation and suddenly it compromised by hackers. You no longer own the 500+ post, 5000+ comments and any other part of your blog. In this case, your website has stolen from you, a hacker just got into your website due to your poor website security.

Here an SSL Certificate gives you multiple benefits. Here we understand why SSL Certificates can do only good things to your blog-

1. An SSL Certificate protect all visitor’s sensitive information by encrypting data.

2. SSL Certificate increase trust level and your brand reputation.

3. SSL Certificate make your website more professional and trustworthy which results in more conversion.

4. Google giving a sizeable SEO boost to all HTTPS websites.

Full Specifiction

  • Validation :
    Domain Validation
  • Green Bar :
  • Issue Time :
    Within Minutes
  • Server Licensing :
  • Secures :
    Single Domain
  • Browser Compatibility :
  • Documents :
    No Documents Required
  • Trust Level :
  • Ideal For :
    Blog, Personal Website, Basic Websites and Small Web Projects
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