Store owners take heed. Google is set to roll out updates to their Chrome web browser that will automatically block mixed content on web pages.
What does this mean?
When a user loads a secure website via https:// any content such as scripts, images, etc., being called via http:// will be blocked by default.
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A lot can be said about establishing trust with your customers once they visit your website. Years ago, trust badges, secure server graphics, and customer testimonials were just a few things that online store owners were recommended to have on their websites to build customer confidence.
But times change!
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There has been a lot of talk over the past few weeks since Google had recently made the announcement that starting in October 2017, if your website is not secure, the browser will be displaying errors warning customers that your site is not secure. If you have not taken steps to migrate your website to SSL, the time is now. With the recent data breaches in the news, the push to a secure web has never in our history been this pronounced. If you have not yet begun the preparation for SSL, it’s not too late.
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Imagine a new visitor, a potential buyer, clicking on your webpage link among all the search results. As he is directed to your site, he sees a NOT SECURE warning appearing right beside your URL.
That could be alarming for many. And it is likely to drive a lot of visitors and customers away.
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