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If you are collecting personally identifiable information or payments on your website, you need an SSL Certificate to encrypt that data.
When it comes to submitting personal information on a website, users will often look at the prefix: https:// before submitting forms.
Protect Customer’s Sensitive Information
SSL Certificates encrypt your customer’s information when they fill out a form or make a payment on your website.
There is growing evidence that the Google search engine is giving a small SEO boost for websites using SSL sitewide.
If your site doesn’t collect customer information of any kind, then the SEO boost isn’t important enough to add an SSL Certificate.
Affordable and flexible SSL security for unlimited sites on a single server.