SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and is the standard security for creating an encrypted link between your website and the visitor. When you have an SSL certificate installed, your site will be on HTTPS and the visitor will see a padlock on their browser informing them that you’ve taken out an extra layer of security for them on your site.

Google reportedly prefers sites on HTTPS.

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