NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 04/04/13 -- As the online reputation management industry continues to blossom, so do its chief players -- and none more rapidly than Reputation Changer. Ranked by TopSEOs as the #1 company in its industry, Reputation Changer has recently opened a second office in the City of Philadelphia, devoted entirely to sales and recruiting. The opening of the Philadelphia sales office is only the latest sign that Reputation Changer is a massive-growth company.
"ReputationChanger.com is growing dramatically, something that the opening of this new sales office makes perfectly evident," comments Michael Zammuto, Reputation Changer President. "The factors contributing to our growth are several, but perhaps the fundamental issue is that online reputation management is experiencing unprecedented demand. More and more companies and individuals are getting serious about the way they are portrayed on the Internet, and as such, they are turning to us."
Another factor is the development of Reputation Changer's National Accounts division; first launched in 2012, the National Accounts department has gained significant traction in 2013, as the company has signed numerous major brands. "Our emergence as a large-scale reputation defense company is fueling much of this growth, particularly as more Fortune 500 brands, colleges, universities, and government agencies approach us to help them enhance their brands and ward off online defamation," offers Zammuto.
Zammuto continues by noting that the opening of the new Philadelphia sales office will help Reputation Changer meets its own goals for growth. "Earlier this year, we pledged to create 200 new jobs by the end of 2013, and to date we have created more than 20," comments Zammuto. "Already, we have brought several new positions to the Philadelphia area, and look forward to this office expanding throughout the year, bringing more and more employment opportunities to the area."
The new facility marks the second Reputation Changer office in the Philadelphia area, along with a recently-opened satellite campus in Washington, D.C. According to Zammuto, Philadelphia was a natural choice for the sales office.
"Opening a second office in Philadelphia gives us greater access than ever before to this city's incredible talent pool -- a talent pool that will help support our enterprise as it continues to grow," he explains. "There is a fantastic talent market here in Philly, and we are thrilled to avail ourselves of the many top-shelf sales professionals who live and work in the city."
Indeed, the company has already dipped into that talent pool; the opening of the new sales office was celebrated with a recruiting open house, at which the company invited Philadelphia's top sales talents to come, resumes in hand, to learn more about the field of online reputation management.
The bottom line, according to Zammuto, is that Reputation Changer is developing at a rapid pace -- and the open doors of its Philadelphia sales division point toward a vibrant future. "We remain committed to developing stellar talents, in addition to advanced new technologies, as we continue to lead the field in online reputation monitoring and management," concludes Zammuto.
Reputation Changer was founded in 2009, and offers its services to small companies and Fortune 500 brands; to private citizens, political leaders, and celebrities.
Reputation Changer was founded in 2009 by a team of seasoned direct response marketing veterans, who shared a vision for providing companies and people with greater control over their online reputations. Now, the company is widely heralded as the leading reputation defense firm in existence; indeed, TopSEOs rated it the #1 online reputation management company in the world. Reputation Changer's team includes social media and SEO experts, Web developers and domestic journalists. The company's client base encompasses Fortune 500 brands and small companies; public figures and private citizens; doctors, dentists, lawyers, financial planners, celebrities, and more.
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