VeriSign Seal-in-Search

Display the VeriSign Trust Mark to Increase Google Traffic


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What is VeriSign Seal-in-Search?

When customers browse online, they often find a long list of Web sites vying for their business. Getting toward the top is hard enough, but what about getting people to choose your link?

VeriSign® Seal-in-Search™, a feature of VeriSign® SSL Certificate solutions and the VeriSign Trust™ Seal, puts the VeriSign seal next to your link in search engine results to show that the Web site is trusted by VeriSign, increasing clicks by 18.5% according to TheFind.com.

The way it works
VeriSign is the leading SSL provider, and consumers recognize this trust mark on the Internet. Browsers can now search with confidence and visit sites that are trusted by bringing the value of Seal-in-Search to their search display listings. Seal-in-Search is powered by VeriSign reliable hyperlinks in popular enabled browsers with a free plug-in, as well as on partner shopping sites and product review pages. VeriSign Seal-in-Search helps to improve web link awareness and strengthen customer assurance, which leads to higher profits and enhanced traffic to reliable web pages.

Site in Search

 

Displaying the VeriSign Trust Mark increases traffic from search engines; Seal-in Search allows search engines to recognize VeriSign reliable web pages and display the VeriSign Trust Mark next to your web link in search results.


Display the VeriSign Trust Mark
Seal-in-Search technology was created by VeriSign and is enabled by safety software services that partner with VeriSign. For example:
  • Customers of AVG, a leading antivirus vendor with an install base of 80 million desktops worldwide, will see the VeriSign Trust Seal in search results of commonly used search engines.
  • Anyone can obtain the free AVG plug-in to permit Seal-in-Search in common browsers: AVG LinkScanner.
  • TheFind.com is the first shopping Web site to partner with VeriSign to display Seal-in-Search to all visitors.