InternetReputation.com, an award-winning reputation management firm known for providing quick and customized responses to online reputation attacks, is proud to announce a new product line. The company’s online monitoring service will allow individuals and business owners to quickly and easily keep track of their online reputations.
This new tool provides consumers with alerts, each time a comment appears that contains a person’s name or the name of that person’s business. With one portal, all of the information is aggregated in an easy-to-read format. The company executives believe that this tool provides a perfect counterpoint to the services InternetReputation.com already provides to clients.
“Online reputation attacks are best handled when the damage is new and the impact is small,” says a representative from InternetReputation.com. “When a stealth attack has been in place, completely unaddressed for days or even weeks, it’s harder to get a handle on the issue. We found that some of our clients came to us when they’d been under attack for months, and they had no idea that the attack was even going on. With this tool, those steal attacks will be virtually impossible to mount.”
The online monitoring service provides a rapid response, ensuring that users are alerted of comments and content before the search engines have a chance to find and index those comments.
“That’s a key part of the service we provide,” says a representative from InternetReputation.com. “When comments hit the search engines, they tend to spread like wildfire and it’s a lot harder to make those negative comments go away. If we can catch them early, keeping them from hitting the engines, the comments will simply fade away completely.”
The service is completely confidential and private, and there are no long-term contracts required. The fees are also kept low, ensuring that a large number of people will be able to take advantage of this useful service.
“We want everyone to monitor their reputations online, and we work hard to keep our prices low enough so everyone can participate,” says a company representative. “Online reputation management should be available to everyone.”
For a free quote, visit www.internetreputation.com.
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