How does Vizlly provide SSL certificates?

As of mid-2018, Google and other browsers are empowering users so that they know where and when their experience on the web is secure. Security is essential whenever you are providing your data, to ensure that your data only goes to the business you provided it to.

Vizlly websites are purpose-built to convert travel shoppers to a secure, encrypted booking engine. This means that for your vanity website, SSL is an extra layer of security, designed to meet Google’s best practices. To learn more about what SSL certification is, start with our What is SSL primer.

Do Vizlly websites have an SSL certificate?

Yes, Vizlly + SEO and Bookassist websites have an SSL certificate included as part of our service offerings. However, non-SEO Vizlly customers do not have this added layer of security.  

Without an SSL certificate, visitors to your website are not at any additional risk, as your vanity website does not collect private information. However, web browsers are making it increasingly visible whether or not a site is secure. We are proactively providing SSL certificates as an added security and performance-enhancing feature.


How are you adding SSL to my website?

We are partnering with Cloudflare, leading Internet security experts, to integrate an SSL certificate into the technology behind how we host our Vizlly + SEO and Bookassist websites. We are always working behind the scenes to make your website faster and safer!

To ensure travel shoppers have a seamless experience on your Vizlly website, Cloudflare will:

  • Provide an SSL certificate to secure your site
  • Boost your site’s reliability and performance
  • Protect your site against any possible third-party attacks or snooping, before they reach your website


If you need more information about obtaining an SSL certificate for your Vizlly website, or you just want more information about your site security, contact your Success Coach today.

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