Grow Your Business by Building Consumer Trust: The Secret Ingredient of Internet Success

Now more than ever before, small businesses need to implement strategies that build and improve consumer trust. If a user doesn’t feel safe on a website, they’ll leave, and the chances are high they’ll never come back even if nothing has necessarily gone wrong.

Even the best search engine optimization (SEO) can’t help if users don’t perceive your site as credible.

Learn to establish a strong online relationship with your customer that is built on trust by bolstering security and authenticating your site.

Sponsored by VeriSign
VeriSign Trust Services, now part of Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC), provides solutions that allow companies and consumers to engage in trusted communications and commerce online. With more than one million web servers using VeriSign SSL certificates, an infrastructure that processes more than two billion certificate checks daily, and a logo that is seen up to 250 million times a day, the VeriSign check mark has become the most recognized symbol of trust on the Internet.

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