Does HTTPS Website Security Matter?

Your art is all about dedication

Your business is all about trust

In the Google Chrome browser, a huge 73 percent of pages in the U.S. are now delivered using HTTPS encryption, rather than non-encrypted HTTP — so yes, HTTPS Website Security matters!

Lovingly Website showing Secure HTTPS connection for Jim Anderson

Lovingly knows how important HTTPS Website Security is. We make sure your customers see that green security lock when they visit your homepage.

And that green lock is increasingly popular! Let’s take a look at the alternative:


Google has been pushing the use of HTTPS for some time now. And, of course, they’re winning! Still, it’s all to keep your customers safe. Watch the video below to learn more.

So is a secure checkout good enough? Not according to Google.

Here’s how Google experts see it,
in the simplest terms:

HTTP Websites


Can gain access to
insecure websites


Can copy and
impersonate your site


Google warns the public about
insecure HTTP sites

HTTPS Websites


Protects your site and is visible
to customers


Confirms your domain is valid
and trusted


The good guys reward their own and
promote them

Does Lovingly really take care
of all that for you?

Yes. We secure every Lovingly Store website for our partners because our central theme as a company is: “Your Art, Our Expertise.”

Security for yourself and your customers is part of a service dedicated to giving florists more time for the craft they mastered.

It’s that simple.

When you have more time to think creative thoughts and make beautiful arrangements, we both benefit. We both win.

And making sure your customers can see they’re safe is no different.

Security and trust go hand-in-hand.

Makes sense, right?

Fortunately, the Lovingly team has been successful in the online industry for over 10 years.

Rather than attempting to play catch-up — or switching into damage control mode after the fact, we know how to stay ahead of important changes.

And we’re experts at far more than just online security.

Still, the important decisions you make can only be made by you.

Check to find out if you site is secure now