What happens if my website’s domain is http? What happens if https? What’s the difference between the two?
While the https versions of the websites show to the users and search engines that the site is reliable, the http versions show that there is no security on the site.
SSL Certificates are known to be one of 200 factors that affect your website’s ranking in search results, though not precisely. However, in the last statements made by Google, he explained that all sites should have SSL certificate, and the sites that do not have will not appear in the search results in the following days, and the effect of this situation on SEO will continue in the following days.
Especially in the e-commerce sector, it is seen that users tend to go to e-commerce sites with “Safe” information displayed by Google Chrome more than websites that say “Not Safe”. Of course, it would not be correct to evaluate only through e-commerce sites. Even if you have a personal blog, it is important that you provide a “Safe” website to users in order not to be exposed to negative effects as I mentioned.
HTTPS version is better than http version. In this case, like everyone else, our advice would be to have an SSL certificate.
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