Protect your site and your customers with HTTPS level data encryption.
With SSL security from Full Web Builder, your site will be more Google friendly. The little green lock will appear in web browser’s address bars, indicating to visitors that their visit, any data they input, and any financial transaction they make are protected.
With strict validation guidelines and high-bit data encryption, you can rest assured you and your visitors are protected no matter what web browser they are using to access your website.
Securely accept credit card transactions, allowing customers to more readily and confidently shop your site. No matter how many payment options you provide to your customers, if you don’t offer them security, they will be very reluctant to offer you payment.
Increase your Google Ranking with an SSL security certificate from Full Web Builder. With more than 80% of all online searches happening via the Google search engine, you want to ensure your site rings all the right bells with their system. Google highly favors HTTPS encryption, raising them higher on search results due to their higher level of web authority via the SSL validation. That’s a win-win. Get more visitors, protect them all.
More specifically: First, the visitor enters your SSL website, causing the security protocol to automatically generate a securely encrypted connection between your web-server and the visitor’s web-browser. Second, the https protocol is forced, and appears on the visitor’s web-browser along with the pad-lock icon, indicating the secure connection. With the added “Extended Validation” service installed on top of the SSL, the visitor’s browser will “turn on” the green bar and display the registered company or entity name associated with your domain – further proving the legitimacy of your website to your visitor. At this point, all information being passed back and forth between your website and your visitor is now encrypted in transit. With virtually un-hackable data transferring, you and your visitors can rest assured even veteran government agency security experts would be hard pressed to gain access to the transmission.