Which SSL Certificate Should You Choose for SEO and Conversions?


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  1. Just noticed your site does not use SSL. Are you therefore not concerned about ranking?

    • Hello Sue,

      Migrating to SSL is a project we have scheduled for later this year. As with any business, we need to prioritize where we spend our limited resources. Our bigger concern in 2016 was having a more mobile-friendly site. In 2017 we are going to work on speed and a migration to HTTPs. Thank you for your question.

    • Hi Mark,

      We haven’t necessarily seen any particular benefits (like increased traffic etc.) as a result of switching to HTTPS, however, that might be a benefit in and of itself since we also haven’t seen a dip in traffic due to the lack of security. Sometimes the biggest benefit is just avoiding a negative result. Thanks for commenting!

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Mike Belasco has been an entrepreneur and digital marketer since 2003. He’s been the CEO of Inflow (founded as seOverflow) since 2007 and has led Inflow to five Denver’s Fastest-Growing Private Company awards and three Inc. 5000 awards. In 2009, he also founded ConversionIQ, which was acquired by Inflow in 2014.

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