WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwire) -- 06/19/12 -- As more and more individuals are being heard online louder than ever before thanks to the ease of being able to fight back online via consumer review websites, blogs, and social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. Fortune 500 companies and high profile startups all over startup-not-in-silicon-valley-1590103.htm">Silicon Valley know the value of keeping customers happy and a positive spin on their online public relations are now all turning to one company, ProfileDefenders.com, who handles the online reputation management for 38% of the listed Fortune 500 companies.
Noted by one infamous Fortune 500 company for their ability to fly under the radar, deliver top notch results, having the ability to adjust and change the Google AutoComplete suggestions, and of course the ability to help suppress negative, unwanted, and false information has propelled Profile Defenders to the top of the ranks.
With the growing business of online reputation management, business owners and corporations far and wide are engaging themselves with reputation management companies as the ever growing importance of having a positive image on the internet has continued to skyrocket. Over the next 3 years the ORM business is expected to grow by over 2 billion dollars and leaders in the industry like Profile Defenders plan to expand their workforce providing hundreds of new jobs for Americans over the next 3 years.
As recently chronicled in Bloomberg for their ability to get rid of Yelp.com listings, something that no other company will come out and do with a 100% guarantee has widened their client base from the stereotypical Fortune 500 company that just happens to receive a lot of unwanted press due to their immense size to helping out mom and pop business owners who were previously plagued by false and misleading yelp reviews that were often left by competitors and or disgruntled ex-employees who were out to ruin their business.
Now thanks to hard work, determination and the mantra that follows Google's early days, "We want to put our money into our infrastructure, technology, and hiring really great people not into advertising that we can't precisely measure." According to Michael Roth an engineer for ProfileDefenders.com everybody seems to care more about doing an excellent job for their clients and the rest of the business just flows.
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