Rescue My Reputation Asks, Is Online Reputation Management the New PR?

Updated: June 24, 2011

RescueMyReputation.com also cautions their clients that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. "Be proactive; before you have a problem with your online reputation, begin to build your positive image. This is especially important with a new business. And don't just stop there; continue with a maintenance program that will get the search engines constantly returning positive content results."

Understanding the importance of proactive online reputation management, S Squared Technologies, Inc. has developed a completely new concept. Recognizing that the internet has an abundance of websites and portals for the public to complain, but few resources to search for companies with genuine and honest testimonials, they created a website named BetterBusinessReview.org. This website is dedicated solely to publishing authentic, truthful customer and client testimonials for businesses at a website that is independent and therefore assures the public that the comments are authentic and legitimate.

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