Guidelines for using the Certified Virtual Host logo

Guidelines for using the Certified Virtual Host logo

(If you're looking for the Certified Virtual Presenter badge, see this page)
Congratulations on becoming a Certified Virtual Host!

This certification tells your customers that you know how to really connect with your audience through the screen. As a presenter with this certification, you are authorized to display the Certified Virtual Host logo on your website and other marketing materials (card, email signature, etc). 

The badge use rules for this badge are quite different than they are for the Certified Virtual Presenter (CVP) badge.

Logo for use on your website or email signature

For display on your website, you must use the official embed code through Badgr. This embed code is a small snippet of Javascript that your webmaster adds to pages on your website. The embed code will display the official logo badge at the size of your choice, and links to your official certificate so that visitors can have the confidence of seeing eSpeaker's 3rd party record of your evaluation.

To get your embed code for website or email signature: 
  1. This badge is issued as an Open Badge through badgr.com
  2. After earning your certification, you should have received an invitation from badgr.com to collect your badge. You must complete the process at badgr to receive your award.
  3. To add the badge to your website or email signature, use the instructions in the section labeled "Sharing via EMBED" on this page on the badgr site.

Add the certification to your LinkedIn profile and other social media

To add the Certified Virtual Presenter certification to your LinkedIn profile:
  1. This badge is issued as an Open Badge through badgr.com
  2. After earning your certification, you should have received an invitation from badgr.com to collect your badge. You must complete the process at badgr to receive your award.
  3. To add your badge to your LinkedIn or other social media profile, use the instructions in the section labeled "Adding badges to your LinkedIn Certifications" on this page on the badgr site.

Logo to download for use other than website 

  1. vector .pdf version (suitable for print) 
  2. large bitmap  (.png) with transparent background
  3. black & white (.png) with transparent background
Every version has a transparent background. 


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