Reputation Management Company Helps Fight Negative Web Chatter
Since the mainstream conception of online reputation management in 2007, there have been dozens of SEO companies trying to cash in on the Reputation Management Bubble. One firm, DotShot.com has been there since day one and pledges results over hype
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Feb. 27, 2013 - PRLog -- Since the mainstream conception of online reputation management in 2007, there have been dozens of SEO companies trying to cash in on the Reputation Management Bubble. One firm, DotShot.com has been there since day one and pledges results over hype to those who are in need of a search engine scrub to clean up negative and damaging web graffiti.
The founder of DotShot.com is no stranger to online defamation and false reviews and has helped hundreds of clients with these issues since 2007. After working for 3 major reputation management firms over the past 6 years as a content and SEO provider, DotShot.com now focuses on servicing end users in need of a Reputation Clean-Up. The firm announced recently that it will be expanding its reach and client base and focus on helping small businesses and individuals combat negative search results while maintaining an affordable price structure and payment plan.
Reputation Management is not a cheap and easy process and most Reputation Management firms demand a large upfront premium of $1500-$5000 to start a campaign. DotShot.com does concur that a majority of clients may be in such a bind that their campaign may call for such pricing, however takes notice of the needs of small businesses and individuals that are not financially prepared to dish out thousands of dollars to clean up their online reputation. By providing a monthly payment option to their clients DotShot hopes to captivate a larger client base comprised of smaller businesses that would normally shy away from the Reputation Repair process.
http://www.dotshot.com/ has launched a marketing plan and campaign to target smaller businesses like Tattoo Shops, Small Car Dealerships, Locally Owned Restaurants and Locally Owned Businesses. Servicing Main Street and not focusing on Wall Street is the company’s plan of action.
The good news here is that DotShot has developed a no nonsense approach to helping small businesses fight negative reviews and online complaints. By leveraging the mass arsenal of ready available online tools designed for local businesses and taking advantage of social media and local news outlets, DotShot is able to deliver a big business campaign using a small business budget.