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louisvillewebsitebuilder.com

Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 3:24 am
by andygwood
Site URL: http://louisvillewebsitebuilder.com
Scorecard: View scorecard

Introduction:
This website is a local company that offers a range of web services including search engine optimization, search engine marketing, website design and web analytics. Every service we offer serves one major purpose. To create measurable growth attributable to specific factors. That's where analytics comes into play. We use web analytics to track user activities, but we never record any PII information. Every piece of information that could play a part in identifying an individual we anonymize.

Has privacy policy?
http://www.louisvillewebsitebuilder.com/privacy.php

Has a way for users to contact site owners?
http://www.louisvillewebsitebuilder.com/contact.php

Whois Information:
http://whois.domaintools.com/louisville ... uilder.com

Disclaimer:
This post was generated automatically. All information is as entered by the site owner.

RE: louisvillewebsitebuilder.com

Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 5:01 am
by Site-rater
Are all your web analytics products disclosed in both your privacy policy and your customers' privacy policies?

RE: louisvillewebsitebuilder.com

Posted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 8:56 am
by andygwood
<quote user="site-rater">
Are all your web analytics products disclosed in both your privacy policy and your customers' privacy policies?
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Great question. Since I've seen this, I've added that we use Google Analytics to most of my sites and also include examples of data that we collect. Do you have a recommendation?

I haven't added a few of the other products yet, HotJar being one.

RE: louisvillewebsitebuilder.com

Posted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 9:51 pm
by Guest
Greetings Andy G. Wood,
Looking over your evaluation request and running a few typical checks; your site looks to be safe and honest.
I do wish to echo the concerns of site-rater about the information you collect from your clients/ users, assuming you will need to collect their information to service them with your product. If you are giving any information to third parties or using the information with apps please make sure that is disclosed in your PP. Also i noticed your site does not come up with a HTTPS in the address bar, please verify your SSL is working correctly, you can obtain one for free if you are using Cloud Flare or Letsencrypt.org. Fix any script error you might have on your front page to ensure it is coming up correctly (right click and select inspect on google chrome and fix the scripting errors or references to 'http' instead of 'https' hyperlinks). This will be very important for the safety of the information of your users.
Other then this, i feel your site is trusting and i hope you are successful in your business ventures. Thank you

RE: louisvillewebsitebuilder.com

Posted: Fri Mar 17, 2017 10:56 pm
by Site-rater
<quote user="dspence">
Greetings Andy G. Wood,
Looking over your evaluation request and running a few typical checks; your site looks to be safe and honest.
I do wish to echo the concerns of site-rater about the information you collect from your clients/ users, assuming you will need to collect their information to service them with your product. If you are giving any information to third parties or using the information with apps please make sure that is disclosed in your PP. Also i noticed your site does not come up with a HTTPS in the address bar, please verify your SSL is working correctly, you can obtain one for free if you are using Cloud Flare or Letsencrypt.org. Fix any script error you might have on your front page to ensure it is coming up correctly (right click and select inspect on google chrome and fix the scripting errors or references to 'http' instead of 'https' hyperlinks). This will be very important for the safety of the information of your users.
Other then this, i feel your site is trusting and i hope you are successful in your business ventures. Thank you
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Actually the site's hosting provider uses cPanel to provide a free certificate so all that is needed is to set up redirects on the server and change http:// to https:// in the website's HTML code.

RE: louisvillewebsitebuilder.com

Posted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:40 am
by andygwood
I actually just purchased a few SSL certificates. The issue for me was having unique IP addresses for each domain. I am in the process of installing now but am having a few issues. Thank you very much for the rating and please let me know how I can stay ahead of curve in the trust department.

RE: louisvillewebsitebuilder.com

Posted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:44 pm
by Site-rater
<quote user="andygwood">
I actually just purchased a few SSL certificates. The issue for me was having unique IP addresses for each domain. I am in the process of installing now but am having a few issues. Thank you very much for the rating and please let me know how I can stay ahead of curve in the trust department.
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Your main domain seems to have a certificate issued by your hosting company, which an increasing number of cPanel based hosting providers are starting to do thanks to the "AutoSSL" plugin. I believe you can still upload your key and purchased certificate to override the AutoSSL certificate though. That said, all you need to do is adjust your web scripts and HTML to reference https instead of http and redirect http requests to https.