(PRWEB) March 03, 2014
Though Alaskans often face difficulties in gaining widespread Internet access, the need for online reputation services still persists in the northernmost state. Due to increases in demand, Overnight Reputation has announced that they will be offering their services to residents of the state of Alaska.
The company, offering a variety of reputation management services, chose to expand to Alaska due to the small-town mindset that often exists in many Alaskan communities.
“Many places in Alaska are relatively small in terms of population density, and even some of larger cities still suffer from the somewhat judgmental mindset that comes from living in a small community,” said Brandon Hopkins. “As a result, the online reputation of anyone residing in these places can have a significant and potentially negative impact, one that we hope to help mitigate.”
Hopkins was quick to note that this mindset is not necessarily prevailing throughout the state, but the state clearly differs from most places in the United States in a number of ways, both positively and negatively. Regardless, the Internet is still considered a relatively novel concept, and many people do not realize that everything that appears on the Internet cannot necessarily be trusted.
“Inaccuracies abound on the Internet, and while most people are aware that you cannot always believe everything you read, there are still those who make final judgments based on inaccurate or misleading information they find on the Internet,” said Hopkins. “This is especially true in places where the Internet is relatively new. It is our hope that we are able to help as many Alaskan citizens as we can as a part of this service expansion.”
The company announced that their Alaskan services would be available immediately. Over the past several months, Overnight Reputation has been preparing for a widespread expansion of their services. In that time, the company has added staff and improved infrastructure in order continue to serve their clients in the manner that they have become accustomed to.
“We would not make any service expansion of this magnitude without being more than adequately prepared,” said Hopkins. “We are very much equipped to handle the additional clients that we expect to gain as we move into the Alaskan market.”