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(Google Security Blog) – Google is marking all HTTP sites as “not secure”, but all you have to do is buy and set up a SSL Certificate, which changes your domain from an unsecured HTTP to a secured HTTPS and then Google will update and mark your website with the trusted and rapidly growing green lock and ‘secure’ sign in their Chrome web browser ominbox right before your domain name.
5 SSL certificate benefits:
Encrypt: Help protect customer data submitted on your website.
Protect: Guard against phishing and hacking attacks.
Increase: Higher organic rankings for search results in search engines.
Verify: Conformation that you’re the true owner of the website.
Build: Add trust with potential and current customers
Buying and installing an SSL.
SSL certificates cost $65.00 to $350.00+ depending on security.
SSL certificate last are for one to two years and have to be renewed.
SSL certificates are available at domain and hosting providers.
Buy SSL certificates with your hosting company or teddslist.domains/ssl
SSL certificates ‘Secure’ and increase website SEO.
According to their blog post: “For the past several years, we’ve moved toward a more secure web by strongly advocating that sites adopt HTTPS encryption. And within the last year, we’ve also helped users understand that HTTP sites are not secure by gradually marking a larger subset of HTTP pages as “not secure”. Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure””.
Google uses HTTPS as a ranking signal to help place your ‘secure’ website higher in organic search results when ranking your website against other websites who don’t have an SSL certificate thereby helping your search engine optimization (SEO).
SEO and Internet Marking companies have said for many years now how valuable SSL certificates are for SEO as quoted from Noah Boswell a certified Google Adwords Partner, SEO expert and CEO of a Raleigh NC based SEO and Internet Marketing Company Look to the Right, LLC.
“SEO is an constant process of optimizing your website, blogs, social media and many other aspects of internet marketing to help your website move up in search result rankings for potential visitors and customer who are searching for your products or services. We help our clients get to the top of Google and having an SSL certificate on their website is one of those ways we do it.”
In fact, April 2017 MOZ.com reported “Half of Page-1 Google Results Are Now HTTPS ” and as far back as August 2014 Searchengineland.com published the article ” Google Starts Giving A Ranking Boost To Secure HTTPS/SSL Sites ” which went on to say that “this gives websites a small ranking benefit”.
What’s an SSL certificate and how to install it?
An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate is a digital certificate that authenticates the identity of a website and encrypts information sent to the server using SSL technology that help provide protection online for both the business and consumer.
Installing SSL certificates can vary and will be done with the company you bought it from and with some managed WordPress websites, SSL certificates are automatically installed for you. The best bet is to reach out to the company or individual who manganese your website and have them help you with the process.
teddslist.com is an online community marketplace connecting locally-owned independent businesses and consumers by listing their website and offering other online marketing, products, services including domains, hosting, SSL certificates, e-commerce and digital marketing as well as custom WordPress websites and DYI website builder options.
This was a great event to recruit talented and ambitious NC State business students for paid summer internships and project work for local businesses.
We had 16 small businesses or branch offices from the Triangle register to attend and 62 students came out that afternoon to talk with the company representatives about summer internships and project work.
The list included:
Anderson Painting is one of the locally-owned independent North Carolina businesses listed on teddslist.com who attended last year’s 2018 Small Business Internship Fair at NC State University. We asked them to share their experience and success of attending and here is what they said,
teddslist: Was it worth it to attend the internship fair for local businesses?
Megan Anderson, co-owner,
“There are not many opportunities for a local, independently owned business like Anderson Painting to get in front of strong, collegiate talent. As business owners, Nate [Anderson] and I jumped at the opportunity to be involved in a small business fair where we could connect with students without being over shadowed by large corporations with big budgets and their own recruiters.
I love that you are showing university students that there are employment opportunities in the small, local business sector. Every candidate that we interviewed was well spoken and professional. We ultimately hired Holly [Brantley], initially as an intern, and now as head of our Marketing department.
As a graduate of the NCSU Business school, Holly is knowledgeable, responsible, and motivated. We couldn’t be happier with our entire experience with the small business intern fair, from start to finish. Thank you for supporting small, local businesses!”
teddslist: The fair was good for local businesses, what about the students?
Holly Brantley, NCSU intern/full time employee,
“I was very excited about the opportunity to attend the Small Business Career Fair during the spring semester of my senior year at NC State. As I was preparing for graduation I had hoped that the fair would allow me to make connections with local companies that would ultimately lead to a full time position. During my time at NC State, I had determined that a career in the corporate world was not the right fit for me. Instead, I wanted to work for a small business where I thought I would really be able to recognize the impact of my contributions. For this reason, I was glad that NC State was providing an event specifically for students to meet with locally owned and operated companies. Prior to the fair I did some research on the companies that would be attending. One company in particular stood out to me and their needs matched well with what I had to offer. That company was Anderson Painting.
During the fair I spoke with Anderson’s Operation Manager and passed along my resume for further review. From there, one of the owner’s of the company reached out to schedule an interview. After the interview process was complete I was offered a full time marketing internship with the company. During the internship I learned a great deal about the marketing initiatives that Anderson had implemented thus far as well as their goals and plans for moving forward. The internship lasted for about 4 months and then rolled into a full time marketing manager position.
Now, I have been with Anderson Painting for almost a full year and I have really enjoyed working with a company where I have the chance to learn something new everyday. Working with a small business such as Anderson has given me the opportunity to learn what entrepreneurship is all about. My main responsibilities include researching and planning for new marketing efforts as well as monitoring ROI for our current initiatives. This year, the Anderson team has some pretty ambitious goals and I look forward to playing an important role in helping the company reach those targets.”
About Anderson Painting
Anderson Painting is a licensed and insured professional painting company based in Raleigh offering exterior and interior painting, pressure washing, along with siding repair, wood work, deck staining, and remodeling for residential and commercial properties for the Greater Triangle area.
Nate Anderson learned how to paint as a teenager growing up in Portland, Oregon. Every summer he would work with his youth pastor painting houses. In college he used those acquired skills to start a small summer paint business. Upon graduation, he took a high school teaching job in North Carolina & on a small hunch that he may use his paint equipment again, he threw his paint sprayer in his trailer, and headed East.
Flash forward a few years later and Nate found himself missing the challenges and excitement that come with being an entrepreneur. In the midst of a growing family, he and his wife Megan took a huge leap of faith; they quit their jobs, and started Anderson Painting the summer of 2006. Through hard work, attention to detail, and a commitment to excellent customer service, Anderson Painting grew into the company it is today.
“Our commitment is to provide our customers with the highest level of customer satisfaction possible. We accomplish this by:
Learn more about Anderson Painting https://www.andersonpaintingnc.com
2020 NC State Small Business Internship Fair
To continue the success for both NCSU students and locally-owned independent NC businesses in 2020, teddslist.com is excited to announce that in partnership with Poole College of Management Career Center will again host the third annual 2020 Small Business Internship Fair on Friday, March 27, 2020 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM in Nelson Hall on the NC State campus which is located at 2801 Founders Drive Raleigh, North Carolina 27607.
Small Business Internship Fair Registration:
The cost to attend the Small Business Internship Fair is $50. The registration fee includes an information table for two company representatives. Registration fees should be paid in full prior to this event. Businesses may pay by credit card or by check. Registration is limited to just 25 employers.
A quick trip to a local thrift store was conveniently detoured at first glance inside Panaderia Artesanal, a Latin bakery off of Capital Boulevard just north of Buffalo Road.
A large selection of baked goods included some familiar–churros, doughnuts and cinnamon buns, and some more exotic–cream filled, cakey buns, creamy gelatin sandwiched between pastry and savory pies filled with spinach, were surprisingly affordable. We paid only about $1 per item, then noticed fresh tortillas cranking out for $2 a pack. Spanish majors, dig deep–you’ll get plenty of practice here. This local bakery is what we love in local business–our neighbors, doing what they love and providing the community with an affordable, quality product. Visit them next time you’re on Capital in Raleigh.
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teddslist partners with the North Carolina State University’s Poole College of Management, 2018
With thanks to
The Pool College student panel and
The American Red Cross, Anderson Painting, Belmonte Auto Imports, Carmen Ritz State Farm, Clyde Coopers BBQ, Lithios, Merchant Sales Company, HireScene, Mosquito Authority, i2m LLC, My Hot Lunchbox, Size Stream, Southeast Montessori Collective, Southern National Motorsports Park, Venture Back Office, WaveTherm
Talented internship candidates are still seeking placement.
Contact us to learn more.
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