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What Is SSL

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What is SSL?

SSL is a system that secures the connection between your web site and your web site visitor’s browser. This allows for the safe and secure transmission of important information such as credit card data. SSL connections are mandatory for any online business that runs a PCI compliant website.

On today’s modern web we recommend every website use SSL to secure their site. Google themselves recommend this approach and even reward websites with higher placement in search engine results. With better search engine ranking, better security, and no cost to get started – there’s no reason not to SSL enable your website today.

We offer Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificates issued by Comodo. EV certificates are only issued after your business credentials are reviewed and confirmed by Comodo. This means the visitors and customers to your website can have increased confidence that you are, who you say you are.

EV SSL certificates also activate the green bar in the URL section of the web browser – a visual indicator becoming more and more common, to prove a site has been validated

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how to install AMP on Wordpress

How to install AMP on a WordPress site.

How To Install AMP On WordPress

Looking to get started with Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)? Search Engine Land columnist Stephanie LeVonne has put together this handy guide for WordPress users.

Step 1: Install and activate your AMP plugin(s)
In order for AMP to work, you need to install the base AMP plugin by Automattic. There are additional plugins you can add (recommendations in the article) after the base AMP plugin is installed to gain greater functionality.

Step 2: Set up Google Analytics
Copy your tracking ID, then log in to WordPress. In the left-hand navigation, go to AMP > Analytics and paste your tracking ID where it says Google Analytics. Then click Save Changes.

Step 3: Configure plugin settings
Follow this step if you have activated the Yoast SEO plugin as part of your WordPress setup (recommended); otherwise, skip it.

Step 4: Test/validate your AMP setup
It’s time to make sure that everything is working; otherwise, Google will not display your AMP URLs in the search results.

Step 5: Submit your most important AMP URLs for indexation
Click the ‘submit to Google’ button in the Google Search Console once you have tested and validated that everything is working correctly.

Step 6: View in Google Search Console to troubleshoot for errors
Correct as necessary.

Step 7: Test page speed
Congratulations! It’s time to compare the results of your AMP and standard mobile pages by running them through a page speed tool.

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