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What are Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs)?

Verified Mark Certificates or VMC are digital certificates that allow your organization to display a trademarked logo next to the 'sender’ field in your client’s inbox. This sets the spotlight on your brand, making your emails a priority.

In other words, a VMC verifies that the organization owns the brand logo’s rights. A logo with a VMC is your organization’s authenticity mark. Let it shine even before your customers opened your emails!

First impressions matter, get them right with a VMC.

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Benefits of VMC

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Increased Email Engagement

Displaying a logo in the inbox increases email engagement by 10% (Verizon study)

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Greater Email Security

Protect your brand and customers from identity-targeted attacks with DMARC compliance.

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Increased Brand Impressions

Customers will repeatedly see your logo in emails.

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Stand Out From The Clutter

Make your email stand out from the pack.

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Deliver An Authentic Experience

Customers get a recognizable and unified brand experience from email to conversion.

Get A VMC in 4 Easy Steps

To qualify for a VMC, you must have a DMARC record with “p=quarantine” or “p=reject.”

If you need help setting up DMARC, don't worry. We will assist you to get your DMARC compliance FREE of cost.”

Give your customers a personalized email experience with a Verified Mark Certificate (VMC).

Enjoy Quality Support absolutely FREE with your VMC purchase.

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Fastmail
Google
Sendgrid
Mailchimp
Proofpoint
Yahoo

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Gmail supports BIMI & VMC for advancing Email Security.

Now businesses can display their verified logo in Gmail messages to boost engagement and grow their brand. G-Suite has more than 2 billion active users. That is exactly the reason why it is so useful, and at the same time, it is extremely vulnerable to attacks—especially identity-targeted attacks like phishing. In fact, 96% of phishing […]