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!
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Increased Email Engagement
Displaying a logo in the inbox increases email engagement by 10% (Verizon study)
Greater Email Security
Protect your brand and customers from identity-targeted attacks with DMARC compliance.
Increased Brand Impressions
Customers will repeatedly see your logo in emails.
Stand Out From The Clutter
Make your email stand out from the pack.
Deliver An Authentic Experience
Customers get a recognizable and unified brand experience from email to conversion.
To qualify for a VMC, you must have a DMARC record with “p=quarantine” or “p=reject.”
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To qualify for a VMC, You’ll need a tradmarked logo registered with your local trademark office.
Exciting News! Any Logo Trademarked in India, by a registered organization, qualifies for a Verified Mark Certificate.
VMC logos must be submitted in the appropriate .svg format ( square aspect ratio formatted with Tiny 1.2 profile) to be displayed in your client’s inbox.
You won't have to worry about setting up your trademarked logo in .svg format as we'll assist you with it, absolutely FREE!
Give your customers a personalized email experience with a Verified Mark Certificate (VMC).
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