Did you read my recent newsletter titled: LTC Insurance Company to Liquidate – Biggest Healthcare Failure Ever? If not, click on the following link to read (along with other past newsletters):
Don’t believe me? All you have to do is make sure you have the most updated version of Chrome and then try to pull up the front page of your website. I’ll bet that 95% of those reading this newsletter now have unsecured sites.
You must fix this problem. I am in the process of getting SSL certificates setup for all my sites and you need to do the same.
What will it cost?
This is sort of a bummer, but if you are like me, you will have to hire someone to fix this problem. I’ve asked around and prices seem to be around $1,000 to fix this issue. If you are tech savvy enough, you can do it yourself (although you may have to buy an SSL certificate).
I do not have a team to fix this issue, but if you can’t find someone who can fix this issue for less than $500, email me at email@example.com and I will refer you to the firm I am using to fix my sites.
Not fixing this issue is not an option.
You could choose not to fix this issue and hope it doesn’t deter traffic to your site. Doing so, in my opinion, would be a huge mistake. The longer you let this problem linger, the worse it will become.
Roccy DeFrancesco, JD