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SEO Auckland NZ Company: New Reputation Management Services

SEO Auckland NZ Company Offers New Reputation Management Services

Auckland, November 19, 2012 – Because of the proliferation of the web including the explosion in social media, the reputation management industry has exploded over the last five years. A+ SEO, an Auckland based search engine marketing organization is now offering complete reputation management solutions for clients starting at just $1,000.

A+ SEO spokesperson Haiming Jiang says, “More and more people are using the web to find information about products, services and businesses. In addition, social media has enabled people’s individual voices to be heard regarding their experiences interacting with businesses. Just a handful of negative Facebook posts or bad reviews can really tarnish a company’s reputation even though they may be a great organization with many satisfied and loyal customers.”

A+ SEO’s new service helps organizations mitigate and eliminate the following issues:
• Google searches that bring up negative results on the first page
• Google auto searches that suggest the competition or undesirable options
• Top pages for keywords that are not being displayed
• Inappropriate disclosure of information showing up on searches
• Complaints and bad reviews that rank highly among business keywords

Jiang goes on to say, “Leaving your web results to chance is a gamblers approach that can prove costly for you and your business. Our confidential, reputation management package offers comprehensive services to put your website and your business in a better standing.”

The SEO firm assists clients through a variety of methods including tracking the first page of Google searches to make sure all information is positive, pushing down negative listing so they are buried in the search results, and re-framing bad reviews. The company also guarantees complete privacy and confidentiality.

Jiang continues, “The internet is written in ink. In other words, it’s permanent. Bad reviews, blog posts, Facebook updates, tweets and images spread faster than the most contagious flu or virus. Protect your reputation before it’s too late.”

To visit A+ SEO on the web and to learn more about their reputation management services go to: http://www.aplus.net.nz/reputation-management.html

About A+ SEO
A+ SEO was founded in 2008 by Google expert and former IT Engineer Haiming Jiang. Mr. Jiang and the rest of the A+ team specialize in helping individuals and organizations leverage the internet to increase website traffic, revenue and achieve first page rankings in Google and other popular search engines. The organization currently has over 110 client websites on the first page of Google with the number increasing more each day. A+ guarantees top 10 Google rankings built for long term success.

www.aplus.net.nz

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