Add SSL Certificate To Your Website ASAP Or Pay A Huge Price 🚨🚨⏲

It is extremely urgent right now that you add an SSL certificate to your website and him and explain why in this video hi my name is Adam from WPCraftercom where I make WordPress videos for non-techies if you try the content in this video Clint sitter clicking on that subscribe button and there's a little bell up to the right it click on the need to let you know when I upload a new video yeah I normally wear black shirt and all my videos this time I thought it were redshirt because this video is literally a red alert to you if you do not have an SSL certificate on your website and this is some heartbreaking news and that you're gonna want to know in order to avoid what is coming this October if you look at my website I do have a valid SSL certificate you see right here in the top left it says secure which is also known as the green padlock to get that you need to have a valid SSL certificate now in early 2017 Google said were making a change anyone that visits your website and Google Chrome and goes to a page where they have to log into something instead of the saying secure it's in Sagan's sake not secure well right now they are sending out notices to website owners to level this up so before it was just a login form now if anyone visits your website and say it's a blog post and there's a common form if you don't have an SSL certificate is can is a not secure if there on a page on your website and see there's an opt in form or your try to get someone's name and someone's email address it's going to say not a secure here is exactly what the letter or the notice reads as a starting October 2017 Chrome now this is just the chrome web browser but Firefox is already implementing similar things you need this it's going to show a nonsecure warning when users enter text in a form on an HDT page this could be anything this could be your opt in form a common form survey anything worth someone is being asked to enter anything back in its gonna say not secure now I don't know about you but I do not want anyone coming to any of my websites and having it say not secure that would be a disaster if you're making websites for people you need to advise your clients that they must have an SSL certificate now there's several ways to get an SSL certificate and I've covered a lot of them on videos in this channel I have a video on how to get a free SSL certificate and I recently made a video that shared with you the three best WordPress of web hosting providers that give free SSL certificates along with the hosting package I'll put a link to this article down below in the video description box this is by far to be the easiest ways to use one of these three different posts that include an SSL certificate for free that's the easy way the another way is to watch one of my videos on using Cloudflare to get a free SSL certificates so those are the two main ways one of the Webhost I talk about is InMotion hosting right here they just added SSL certificates through Komodo or whatever so if you have InMotion it's as simple as a logging in actually they have like the simplest implementation of it you log into your account management panel right here it's is managed basic free SSL when you click on that it takes you to this page here on the right it's can show you a list of your domain subdomains add-on domains that you have on the account you can check the box and then go over here and then just toggle the free SSL on that's only part of it you're also going to need to log into your WordPress website and install a plug-in called really simple as a self I have a video on that as well a put a link to that video in the video description box so there are it's never been easier to get an SSL certificate actually do need to clarify one thing to someone ask this in the comments section yesterday one thing that you should know is that with all of these of free SSL certificates so that's gotta be the ones with emotion the ones that are with all of the hosts that use Lexis encrypts and uses something called S and I in order to make it so it doesn't cost them any money to give it to you and it doesn't require what's called a static IP address now this thing called S and I is not supported on Windows XP I looked up the date in Google Windows XP came out in 2001 so were talking 16 years ago almost 17 years ago Windows XP was released personally I'm using a free SSL certificate I'm personally not that concerned if someone on Windows XP tries to go to my website and the SSL doesn't kick in they could still access it but if you do want to include people that are using Windows XP so if you look at your user base if you eat most of your users are using XP or visitors of your websites then you might need to be purchasing a SSL certificate with a static IP address and you would contact your host for that right here there's actually a link on InMotion in order to buy an SSL and a static IP address me personally hey if you're on Windows XP I'm sorry but you're in a have trouble my site please at least upgrade it one or two generations because I was 16 years ago so that is a question that comes up a lot all of the free SSL certificates are the same with that problem with Windows XP but I don't really see it as a big deal it might affect 1/10 of 1% of the people that might visit my website so there you have it I'll put links to this this blog post right here with this video you can also find the video on my YouTube channel when I talk about these various providers and why you might want to choose one over the other two I got all that information in their hey guys do not slack on this you have to start doing this now you have to start figuring out how you're going to do this now if you have clients this is the perfect opportunity to send them all a message and say hey we need to deal with this before October and you know is an opportunity for you to be watching their back and also to charge them some money for turning on one of their SSL certificates for them so anyways this is the hot red alert in this video I'm wearing the red shirt from the red alert that rhymes see you in the next video

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