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Reshma Kumar | 30 Apr 2012 | 0 comments

The seal of trust and security we're all familiar with which appears on websites across the internet has a new identity.

Now known as the Norton Secured Seal - previously, the VeriSign Trust Seal - the new seal has also undergone a visual rebranding.

Post acquisition of VeriSign Authentication by Symantec, the seal has officially shed its VeriSign cranberry and now shines in Symantec gold. The form factor of the new seal is still about the same, the design is essentially the same with the fused circle check and pill shape, but the color palette is distinctly new. The circle has morphed from cranberry to gold, the check has maintained the same anchoring black, the supporting pill is outlined in a softer gray versus cranberry, and the text which was predominantly...

Rich Lam | 24 May 2011 | 3 comments

About a week ago, we added new interactivity to the third banner on the GeoTrust homepage. Upon clicking on the projector graphic, visitors are presented with a modal overlay featuring an embedded video on how more Alexa top 1 million domains are using GeoTrust. It's an infotaining and engaging video. Enjoy!

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GeoTrust SSL Modal Video Overlay

Izabella Csaszar | 09 May 2011 | 4 comments

In June of last year, the RapidSSL.com website got a new look and feel. What we did not change, however, was the RapidSSL Seal. Finally, the time has arrived and today, we have released a new, updated RapidSSL Seal.

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Old RapidSSL Seal Design:

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The new seal design follows the brand color scheme of the website - brown, orange, and yellow - in that order. Our goal was to create a fresh, sleek, modern, and easily recognizable seal that looks and feels like an...

Reshma Kumar | 13 Dec 2010 | 0 comments

First-ever free trial of EV SSL certificates!

Free trials of all VeriSign Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates, including the industry's first-ever free trial of fully functional Extended Validation (EV) SSL, is now available starting today!

Now, website owners and operators can get a 30-day free trial of any flavor of VeriSign SSL certificates on their live websites without any obligation to buy. And, websites that don't require SSL encryption can take advantage of a 60-day free trial...

Reshma Kumar | 10 Dec 2010 | 1 comment

A brand new design of the Trust Seal landing page was launched yesterday! The new page is designed to be more inviting, informative, and actionable and ultimately improve the user experience. While the previous version of the page was clean and clear as part of the initial launch of the product, the next generation page is markedly evolved. The new layout is more dynamic, the color palette more vibrant, and the content more engaging!

More dynamic and engaging page! The main feature of the page is a social selling banner. This rotating banner at the top of the page features testimonials from actual customers explaining how the Trust Seal has helped their businesses. It provides instant proof points to visitors from their peers as to the value proposition...

Reshma Kumar | 22 Nov 2010 | 2 comments

VeriSign Trust SealThe VeriSign seal is seen more than a half billion times in a single day by Internet users. Additionally, more than 100,000 websites are now displaying the VeriSign seal - this is more than six times that of the second most popular security mark.

Once you have your seal, the next question is where do you put it on your site to maximize its impact. The optimal placements for the seal on your website are:

1) On your homepage near the top of the page where it is clearly visible without the need to scroll, so your customers instantly know they can...

Reshma Kumar | 17 Nov 2010 | 0 comments

New And Improved GeoTrust Website

We've made some changes to the GeoTrust Website!

Cooler imagery + Multimedia + New messaging = New brand personality!

GeoTrust has always been an inexpensive, convenient, and reputable brand. And to further reinforce this, we've updated the site.

You'll now enjoy new content, new imagery, new lower pricing $$$, and more educational information such as in the resources section.

The imagery now reflects new photography integrated with hand-drawn elements. This new imagery strategy supports the content tone and personality. As well, the style is more real and puts a human face to the brand making it more personal and informal in nature.

The...

Reshma Kumar | 31 Aug 2010 | 0 comments

For ease of access, we have added a 'Buy' button to the very top of the Trust Seal landing page. This helps to ensure that it is easily visible and accessible to users and that it doesn't get missed further down the page where a user might be required to scroll to see it. This also serves to facilitate quick and easy access for the returning user who has already done their research and knows what they want. So, rather than force them to wade through the content again, the action button is at the top and forefront of the page.

The page subtitle has also been updated to reflect a more meaningful and relevant message for customers at a glance i.e. who the product is for and how much - "Perfect for Small Businesses at $299 a year".

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Reshma Kumar | 18 Aug 2010 | 0 comments

If you haven't already heard, VeriSign has been acquired by Symantec. The deal was made official on August 9, 2010.

We are very excited about new opportunities for increasing and offering you more online value.

Here's a video from Symantec, CEO, Enrique Salem, outlining the strategy:

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Reshma Kumar | 02 Jun 2010 | 5 comments

We've been incorporating increasingly more interactive media onto our site for your viewing pleasure. It is not only more engaging and interesting, but it can also be more personable and provides another means for consuming content versus relying solely on textual content.

Here is an example of a recent video we added to help users understand 'SSL in Plain English':