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Tired of competitors grabbing leads at the top of search engines? Is negative information showing for your Company search results? We create management free sales and lead generation systems employing reputation management techniques.
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Are the negative results costing me money?
Can negative postings hurt my career?
No. Continue the service only as long as you are satisfied with results. You can cancel, upgrade or downgrade any plan or campaign at anytime. Top
Usually within 3 – 24 hours depending on existing workload. Top
92% of customers and employers are researching you online. Top
The best time to seek out a firm is proactively before you design your site and where required to reactively improve your Online Presence.
If you are proactive by making yourself appear properly on the internet in advance, you will deal with less damaging content. Proactive Reputation Managers think long term as opposed to reactive Reputation Managers who are focused on repairing damage. Top
We utilize sophisticated and complex Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Social Media Optimization (SMO) strategies and tactics to achieve your goals. Top
It depends on:
1.) The authority of the site(s) containing the negative content and
2.) How high the existing position is in search for the negative content and
3.) The number of people searching for your key word(s) or phrase(s) and
4.) The total number of postings containing your key word(s) or phrase(s). Top
Reputation management is the art of making a good impression on potential customers. It is the process of developing the right image or identity for your company in search engines. Top
Online business reviews are second only to personal advice from a friend as the driver of purchase decisions; user business reviews are more influential than third-party reviews. (“Web users and web community,” Rubicon Consulting, Inc. October 2008) Top
More than 80 percent of executive and corporate recruiters research job candidates online, and 43 percent say they have turned down job seekers because of what they found, according to a study released August 2008 by ExecuNet. Top