Online trust and security are paramount to all businesses regardless of size. Many people think that online fraud such as phishing only affects large businesses, but small businesses have as much to be concerned about or more since their online reputation is the bulk of what they have to work with to increase customer awareness.
VeriSign's new educational Web site is designed to provide small businesses with the resources needed to successfully impact their online presence and capture customers' trust. Whether it's how to attract site visitors, to turning shoppers into consumers, to selling more online, the new Web site is the premier resource to help small businesses set themselves apart from competitors.
"VeriSign is excited to provide small businesses with an online source of innovative strategies to improve the key performance indicators that drive online success," said Tim Callan, vice president of product marketing at VeriSign. "The launch of the new small business information site will benefit owners of early stage ecommerce sites by supplying them with the essentials to move from small business to big sales."
"We take pride in providing our customers with exceptional service and powerful features with the peace of mind that the site is trustworthy and secure," said Vitaliy Kuznetsov, director of experience and co-founder of Zenfolio. "This is why we chose VeriSign SSL Certificates to ensure that the customer experience is pleasurable and protected."
As the most respected and trusted Certificate Authority on the Web, VeriSign knows what small businesses need to be successful and to increase online sales. VeriSign's SSL Certificates can help small businesses show that they're legitimate and trustworthy, a big advantage to small businesses that lack the brand recognition of their larger competitors.
VeriSign's new information site is the one-stop shop for small business to gain insight on how to better build online activity. To access the new VeriSign small business resource Web site and for additional information on how VeriSign can secure your small business, please visit: https://www.verisign.com/smallbusiness.
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