Here’s how to get a free SSL certificate. Google’s Matt Cutts has come out in favor (many times) for web developers using SSL. SSL stands for “Secure Socket Layer” and what this means is that the data being transmitted between the browser and the server is encrypted.
This is especially important for e-commerce sites, but Google has made it clear that it’s important for SEO as well. If you and your competitor have similar website content, and one of you has SSL, while the other does not, the SSL could easily win out in Google’s rankings. I know this from real life as an SEO who has worked hard for my clients since the Alta Vista and Yahoo days. 🙂
Go to https://resultsinternet.net, get the Unlimited Webhosting Account, and you’ll be able to get FREE unlimited SSL certificates for an unlimited amount of domains and websites. Period.
You’ll get unlimited domains, websites, WordPress or Joomla sites, email accounts, and SSL certificates.
You’ll never pay for an SSL certificate again.