Your Facebook Fan Page Will More Than
Likely Disappear On October 1st, 2011 Unless…
It happens on October 1st. That is when Facebook will require you to have an SSL certificate for all your Facebook fan pages and applications.
What does this mean? Any current fan page you have that uses iFrames (content from an external site) and doesn’t have SSL configured on the external site will be dead in the water. It won’t show ANYTHING! Clearly this is something you need to handle ASAP.
Good news for you: if you already own WP Fan Pro, we have included a guide free of charge for you in the members are that walks you through how to set up your pages with SSL as easy and cheaply as possible.
If you don’t have WP Fan Pro but want to know how to make sure your Fan Pages stay up after October 1st, then you’re going to want to get the new guide that we (Wilson Mattos & Jason Fladlien) created.
Here’s what it’s all about.
Why More Than 2 Million Fan
Pages Will Die On October 1st!
Facebook has always been under attack by hackers trying to get access to people’s personal information. In order to cover themselves (and you!) they are adding a requirement to make Facebook more secure: requiring all Fan Pages that embed content from outside of Facebook to be “secured”.
What type of security measure do they want? SSL, which stands for Secure Sockets Layer. This is the type of digital encryption that banks and payment processors use to protect financial transactions.
Now your average Joe or Jane has no idea how to get their SSL configured on their website...ESPECIALLY for the cheap. If you do it right you can get a one year SSL certificate for just $1.99!
Most people pay at least $69.99 for a one year SSL certificate for a single domain. Don’t believe me? That’s what Godaddy is currently charging. Click Here to see for yourself.
What About “Shared SSL” for FREE?
There have been some tutorials going around on how to use free shared SSL certificates that come with most hosting providers. This is a really bad idea! Why? Let’s take Hostgator as an example. We love them for hosting but we caution you against using their free shared SSL certificate. Here’s an example of the shared ssl URL Hostgator would give you for your fan pages
Since Facebook is paranoid about security these days, this is going to set off a potential red flag in their system. They want content that comes from identifiable locations, and this doesn’t satisfy their needs.
Months ago, we knew a very big marketer that was hosting over 40,000 fan pages on his own SSL-domain server for clients who bought his software.
What happened? Facebook banned all the fan pages. Over 3,000 customers and all their pages went down the drain. That’s because Facebook doesn’t like shared SSL hosting solutions.
In fact, we wasted several thousand dollars ourselves, because we were in the process of setting up our own secured hosting service for fan pages when we heard the news.
Bottom-line: you MUST avoid these free shared ssl certificates and ALSO services that host your secure pages for you using their own domain.
In our brand new PDF training guide we show you the most cost effective and best way to set up SSL for your domain.
For example, we show you were to get standard 1-year SSL certificates for $1.99. We also show you why you may want to install that SSL certificate on a domain that you can purchase for just $2.99 a year. It makes a ton of sense once you see why…
In order to setup SSL for your domain you also need a dedicated IP address for that domain, and we’ll show you were to get that for as little as $2 per month.
This is the cheapest way you can set up SSL for your fan pages and minimize the risk to almost nil for getting your fan page zapped.
BEST OF ALL
You only need to only does this ONCE. Then you can host all your own fan pages (as many as you want) using that one SSL certificate.
Other guides we’ve seen on this subject have you paying hundreds of dollars a year for SSL certificates for each of your fan pages.
We show you how, for under $35 (including hosting if you don’t have it!), you can run 10, 20, 50 or even 100+ fan pages securely on Facebook!
What You Get
We walk you through every step of the process for obtaining your SSL certificate, and setting it up on your domain.
This is a 30-page PDF guide with screen shots of EVERY step in the process. It’s a breeze to walk through and you’ll have your pages secured according to Facebook’' requirements in no time flat.
Comes With Our 30 Day Guarantee
Once you buy this guide, you’ll get instant access to it. Read it. If you feel it’s a good deal keep it. If not, shoot us a support ticket and ask for your money back and we’ll send it to your promptly, no questions asked.