It can be difficult for business owners to know exactly what type of online marketing and management their company needs. You have social media marketing, content creation, search engine optimization (SEO), reputation management, and a wealth of other online marketing strategies to stay on top of. Two of the more popular forms of online marketing and services include SEO and reputation management. If you have been researching different services you

As more people go online to research people and businesses, the larger the need for online reputation management goes. Reputation management is recommended if you are a public figure, if you are facing untrue statements against your name or company, or if you want to be certain your online perception is true and positive. There’s one big issue with reputation management; it costs money! Many make the same mistake of

For past generations, your reputation was reflective of concrete things that you did or said, but that has all changed with the Millennial generation and the introduction of the internet. Millennials were the first generation to grow up with email, text, social media and a number of technological breakthroughs and the first to grow up with an online reputation. Your online reputation is an important aspect of your life now,

Let’s imagine a scenario: You have been running your flooring business for 10 years in an upstanding manner, and taking care of your customers is your number one goal. One day a potential customer calls up and asks about hiring you to install a new hardwood floor, but mentions an article that states your flooring business uses knockoff materials. How could that be? You’ve always taken care of your customers

More people than ever before are going online to look for goods and services, read reviews on different companies, and make decisions about who to hire for their job. When a person looks for your company online, what do they see? The hope is that they will see positive reviews and well-thought out articles presenting you or your company as the great help it really is. But what happens if

The great thing about the internet is that it can give anyone a voice, the bad thing about the internet is that there aren’t rules about that voice, so anyone can post anything about anyone! Usually this isn’t a problem, but what happens when people are posting untrue statements about your company, or your competitors are posting false attacks on your business or character? In those cases you may need