Build Trust & Convert Better with a Best of The Web Trust Seal
The Internet can be a scary place. Give your website visitors the peace of mind they deserve.
How A Trust Badge Works
A trust badge or seal is used on any of your marketing including your website, print advertisements, business cards or emails. A trust badge is a powerful tool to boost sales and trust in your brand and website.
Let visitors know your business and website can be trusted.
Visitors online want to know your website is secure from hackers.
Show your users that their privacy online is just as important to you as it is them
Get verified by Best of the Web to show your business is real, not fly by night.
On average, trust seals can increase sales by 24%! Don't let that revenue go!
Give your customers peace of mind that you will protect their personal information.
Dont wait, get verified today!
Best of the Web Trust Seal
With almost a billion websites online, it is hard for users to know who to trust. Media and news outlets report on fake stories, fly by night business and new Internet scams daily, having your business verified lets users know you are one of the good guys.
It is important to convey your commitment to maintaining high security standards. High profile data breaches have put a spotlight on the important of online security, and users turn away from sites they do not know are secure.
We all receive way too much junk mail. Let your users know their privacy is respected and you will not sell their information to anyone without their consent.
The Best of the Web Trust Seal addresses your user’s fears by letting them know that your business is legitimate, your site is secure, and that their private information is in good hands. This increase in trust will help your business sell more products, earn more links, and gain more followers.
In an independent Google A/B test using the Best of the Web Trust Seal resulted in 20% more online hotel reservations.
What Experts Say About Trust
Don’t take our word for it. See what industry experts have to say on the merits of trust badges and seals.