We now use the Advanced PRWeb Press Release Package so that our customers can have their good message spread and syndicated across very high profile sites, quite often including sites like Yahoo! News and Fox News.
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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) February 09, 2012
Reputation Management Authority (RMA), a company designed to help people have better control over their own brand, has recently implemented some changes to further improve its online reputation management services. For starters, owner and Internet marketing authority James Schramko announces the upgrade of the press release component in the RMA package, “We now use the Advanced PRWeb Press Release Package so that our customers can have their good message spread and syndicated across very high profile sites, quite often including sites like Yahoo! News and Fox News,” he reports. “This allows the customers to put forward their case and to have it read by larger syndicated news outlets. Also, there’s an opportunity in some cases for them to be interviewed by traditional media such as newspapers, radio, and magazines who do feed from places like PRWeb for story ideas; so, depending on the customer’s topic, they may get some extra news coverage.”
Another aspect of the package that received adjustment is the package rate. “We’ve made this more affordable for the small business owner,” Schramko states. “Our Reputation Management Authority package is $1799 and what somebody gets for that is a very experienced team of professional SEO link builders and content creators who have been part of our talented SEO organization.”
Besides upgrading the press release component and reducing the package price, RMA is also giving much focus on high quality video and PDF document sharing since this is a common way for people to get information. “We’re taking the customer’s good message and putting it in front of the people who are most likely to find it,” explains Schramko. As part of their effective public relations campaign, he and his team put effort in pushing up their customer’s profile – be it in Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc. - in the search results, effectively helping the customer establish a better presence for this. “We create several website profiles. The profile for the customer presents their products and services in a good light,” the marketing whiz adds. From the customer’s content, they also generate original articles, which will be found and ranked accordingly by search engines.
These changes have been enforced to provide better service and to accommodate more customers. However, RMA reserves the right to withhold its reputation management service from certain entities. “We won’t work for customers who lack ethics. We just want to help people who feel like they’ve been unfairly treated,” Schramko explains. There are also topics that the company refuses to handle, so potential customers are advised to read the guidelines before placing an order.
With the latest changes in place, Reputation Management Authority is able to perform more efficiently and extend its services to a wider audience.
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