Reputation Management Explained: James Schramko Shows Businesses How to Take Control of Their Name Online

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In a recent news video, Internet marketing expert James Schramko of SuperFastBusiness.com provides updates on his reputation management service and illustrates how simple yet beneficial this process can be.

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Reputation Management Authority's packages—RMA Complete Restoration and RMA Maintenance—are carefully structured to lift a client's brand name back up to a more promising position in major search engine's search results pages.

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When a business owner is serious about striking out and establishing himself as an authority in his chosen field of expertise, the integrity of his name can be just as important as the quality and innovation brought forward by his products or services. What happens, however, when a good name becomes tarnished by damaging information on the World Wide Web? In his latest news update, successful entrepreneur James Schramko explains how Reputation Management Authority (RMA), a division of his company Super Fast Business, can help businesses easily improve and gain control of their online reputation using their specially designed packages.

Companies and entrepreneurs make it part of their goals to establish a solid and reliable presence online; by promoting their commitment to providing quality, they can cultivate consumer trust and maintain positive communication with their audience online—and in the vast virtual environment of the Internet, good news is sure to travel fast. Unfortunately, negative customer reviews, malicious content, and other negative information can also spread like wildfire across the Internet and cause damage to a company's reputation just as quickly. Reputation Management Authority's packages—RMA Complete Restoration and RMA Maintenance—are carefully structured to lift a client's brand name back up to a more promising position in major search engine's search results pages.

The RMA packages require clients to purchase three domain names and a hosting package from links that the company will provide; while these steps may seem technically difficult, Schramko assures businesses that it's really quite simple—and everything else necessary for building new websites for the client will be taken care of by his team.

"What this really means is that (the new websites) are your assets," the CEO explains. "There’s no point in us building a website on our server and our domain. You want to own this. You’re creating your destiny, you’re creating your future assets that will perform for you—and we’re giving that control to you."

The three new websites that RMA will create will thus become the client's property to use for their online reputation management as they please. "When you buy reputation management from ReputationManagementAuthority.com, you’re going to end up with your own assets—your own websites that you can continue to develop or you can have us help you develop in the future," Schramko stresses. "These websites should repeatedly protect you from harmful rankings as you build them out with more pages and posts, adding to your story the way that you’d like it to be found on the Internet."

What measures can business and site owners turn to in order to effectively improve the integrity of their name and on their own? Schramko emphasizes that being vigilant and dedicated to creating and releasing good quality content on a regular basis is the key to building an exceptionally strong online reputation. "Every time you add a post or a page to these websites, that is another way that people can find you," he says. Every time bad reviews come up when companies search for their own name on search engines, the best strategy would be to keep adding every single good piece of content that they can come up with on the new websites.

"Put PDF reports, put case studies, put news announcements, put your thoughts, put any sort of published material that is positive for your name and for your business," the Internet marketing expert cites towards the end of his news video. "Do that and you’ll start to take up more space in the search engine on an asset that you control."

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