PCI Compliance expert, Trust Guard, has a new look. The company recently updated their website to give it a sleek, modern appearance as well as to make the site more user-friendly. Everything about the company can be found on the first page from products and services to information on affiliate programs and identity theft. In one quick scan of the first page anyone can easily find the right business solutions to increase website security, increase sales, and meet PCI Compliance requirements. When the website was renovated two weeks ago, Trust Guard also launched new seal options for their Security, Business, and Privacy Seals, all designed to help business owner’s build trust, increase sales, and improve business practices.
The Trust Guard security seal has long been a symbol of trust and security for both business owners and customers alike. For those unfamiliar with Trust Guard’s security seals, they are small seals that shows the world that your business has proper security measures in place. These seals are like a stamp of approval and they are proven to increase sales. The world wide web doesn’t have the safest reputation but third party verification puts customers at ease because they know that a website with a Trust Guard Security Seal is a website worth trusting. “…it is so important to directly address security on your website. One of the most effective ways to do this is by adding a security seal to your site. A security seal instantly informs your customer that you have security measures in place to protect their information, and that these measures have been verified by a reliable 3rd party. Here at Trust Guard, we have different security seals depending on the level of security verification you want or need. “ Trust Guard’s Security, Business, and Privacy Seals now come in 3 styles, 4 sizes, and 4 colors and are customizable for any website needs.
Are potential customers willing to blindly believe that you are who you claim to be? “In a recent Consumer Reports survey, 95% of the people surveyed said that they wanted access to a website’s business email address, street address and phone number.” However, even after you add your info how can anyone know that the information is real? The downside of the internet is that it’s very difficult to trust a business, to believe they are who they claim to be and that they provide the service they claim to provide. According to MicroBusinessHub (dot)co.uk, “When someone lands on your e-commerce website they will have the following questions:
Do you have what I am looking for?
What are the variations, options, choices?
How much is it?
When can I get it by?
And a final question which is running through in the back of the their mind whilst they find answers to the previous 4….
Can I trust you with my order?”
Trust Guard says it best on their website, “The Trust Guard Business Verified Seal is the fastest, most effective way to let your customers know that you are who you say you are. By displaying the Business Verified trust seal, your customers instantly know that your business information has been verified by Trust Guard. If the customer wants to find out how to contact you, they can either drag their mouse over the seal for instant confirmation, or they can click on the seal for a more detailed description of the verification process.”