Enabling SSL on a client’s website will allow data sent from their browser to the website server, and vice versa, to be encrypted. This is particularly important for ecommerce websites where the customer will be entering card details, but theoretically, it should be used on all websites where personal details are being entered. In order to enable SSL on a website, it is necessary to procure an SSL certificate and a dedicated IP address – the SSL certificates are only provided by authorised organisations who need to verify the website is secure. AMM will acquire the necessary certificates to enable SSL on a client’s website, even if you are looking for an SSL certificate UK.
This can help save our clients a lot of unnecessary work, allowing you to focus on other aspects of your internet marketing campaign that you might consider to be more essential. As internet users are becoming more accustomed to shopping on the internet, they are also becoming increasingly aware of the potential security hazards that come with entering personal details online.
The appearance of an SSL certificate will make visitors to your website confident that their details are being kept secure, making them more likely to complete conversions and become returning visitors.
Having a secure website is obviously very important to making user experience as pleasurable as possible, and AMM consider this to be an increasingly important aspect of the overall web design and development procedure.