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Ssl...free Or Not? Im Confused


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okay...on the webhosting plans it says "shared SSL - free"....but then when you click to get more info it starts takling about paying to have it hosted and installed and what not....i'm confused...

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Josh,

 

Dave is right about the shared SSL, you can have the free version but it will look like the example given. Not only that but many customers will get a security warning as well, that will scare a good number of paying customers off. This is one case where if you are going to do it, do it right the first time. Get an SSL cert that belongs to you, it will pay for itself.

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