Father's Day and graduations are right around the corner; it's time to
start looking for those special gifts to express your gratitude. Golfballs.com and HumidorVault.com build customer loyalty and trust by displaying the VeriSign Trust Seal.
As the nation honors 67.8 million fathers and more than 6.5 million high school, college and professional school graduates, loved ones from coast to coast will go online to find and purchase gifts for the dads and grads in their lives. In fact, online sales for Father's Day look very solid. Check out the stats being reported in Shop.org and the National Retail Federation's BIGresearch research study:
- 25% of online Father's Day shoppers plan to spend more in 2010 than they did in 2009
- Online Father's Day shoppers plan to spend a combined average of $153...
or 62% more than the average Father's Day shopper of $94.32.
Father's Day spending is expected to reach $9.8 billion.
By displaying the VeriSign Trust Seal on their web sites, businesses provide these gift shoppers assurances that their web sites have passed VeriSign's daily website malware scans and vigorous authentication processes. The VeriSign Trust Seal helps promote a safer Internet by identifying web sites that value and support consumer safety.
"Our customers have trusted us to deliver Father's Day gifts for over 15 years," said Tom Cox chief executive officer of Golfballs.com. "And we trust VeriSign to provide our customers with a safe and trusted online experience."
"HumidorVault.com trusts the VeriSign brand, this is why we selected the VeriSign Trust Seal to help us build consumer confidence and trust with our customers," said Stephen Malan, owner of HumidorVault.com.
These businesses also benefit from the VeriSign Seal-in-Search feature of the VeriSign Trust Seal. Seal-in-Search allows online merchants to drive more traffic to their site by displaying the VeriSign seal next to the search results. As a result, online ecommerce site have more prospects coming to their site and converting them to customers at a higher rate.
For more info, here is a quick tour of the VeriSign Trust Seal: