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VeriSign® Secured Site Seal
The VeriSign® Secured Seal is included free of charge when you purchase any VeriSign® SSL Certificate. When you display the VeriSign® Secured Seal on your website, your customers will recognise the most trusted security mark on the internet and gain the confidence to complete their transactions with you - increasing the conversion value of your website.
Benefits Of Displaying The VeriSign® Secured Seal
More recognised than any other trust mark, 91% of U.S. online shoppers are familiar with the VeriSign® Secured Seal (Synovate/GMI 2008, VeriSign® Secured Seal Research Review).
Show visitors that your website is secured using industry leading SSL Certificate technology.
Lower shopping cart / transaction abandonment.
Associate your brand with the trusted VeriSign® brand - increasing consumer confidence and increasing conversions.
For some handy tips on where to position the VeriSign® Secured Seal on your website for maximum impact, read our data sheet on Seal Positioning.
Features Of The Secured Seal
The design of the VeriSign® Secured Seal is recognised as an international sign of trust on the Internet. Over 90,000 domains in 145 countries display the VeriSign® Secured Seal.
The VeriSign® Secured Seal is available in 13 different languages and viewed an average of 150 million times each day.
A pop-up window displays full business authentication information when clicked by a visitor.
EV Upgrader™, built into the VeriSign® Secured Seal, enables all Internet Explorer 7 on Windows XP operating systems to see the visual cues associated with an Extended Validation SSL Certificate.
Once you've installed the VeriSign® Secured Seal, educate your users about what it mean - add an explanation to your security and privacy information page or link back to this page.
If you already have a VeriSign® SSL Certificate Click Here to find out how to install your VeriSign® Secured Seal.
How To Install The Site Seal On Your Web Site
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