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Why Your Site Needs A SSL To Be Safe And Secure

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Insecure Website

The word SSL gets thrown around a lot in relation to websites, but not a lot of people know what it is or why it is important. I felt this was a good topic because I go to great websites for great companies and I am always a little shocked to see their site is marked “insecure”. Which is not good for posterity. Anything marked insecure does not make me feel confident they know what they are doing.

When you use SSL, your site visitors and customers receive a secure browsing experience. Using an encryption protocol such as SSL builds a secure environment for both visitors and site owners.

Not having a secure website can effect your SEO. To improve your websites SEO, take a listen to our Build Visibility: 5 SEO Tips You Can Use Right Now podcast episode.

Aunia Kahn, Rise Visible CEO

Aunia Kahn is the CEO of Rise Visible. With 24 years in the industry, she is a highly sought-after digital marketer, strategist, designer and public speaker. Rise Visible was named a Top-Ranking Woman-Owned Digital Agency by Clutch and is a certified Disability-Owned Business Enterprises (DOBE®). Kahn is also an internationally renowned artist and photographer and has been in over 300 exhibitions in 10 countries; at places such as SDAI, iMOCA, and the SLAM. She founded Create for Healing, is the host of the Rise Above Be Visible Podcast and a contributing writer for Better Marketing and Just Creative. She been featured on Yahoo, Prevention Magazine, Authority Magazine and Entrepreneur on Fire. She also identified as a disabled business owner in STEM surviving and thriving with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (Type 3), MCAS, Dysautonomia, POTS, PTSD, etc.



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