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Journalist/PR Professional and Musician Lindsay Mancha Joins Cyberset Writing Team

Ms. Mancha brings writing chops, public relations experience and diverse experience to the Internet marketing consultant company's bustling writers' room

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Lindsay Mancha is the newest addition to the three person writing team at Cyberset, the leading provider of search engine optimization, web development and Internet marketing consultant services in the Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley areas. (The company is also a noted provider of pay per click advertising assistance.) An experienced freelance writer, public relations representative, and entertainment industry professional, Ms. Mancha is tasked with crafting a constant stream of search-engine optimized and regular online content and public relations as well as social media marketing services for a wide variety of clients in a number of businesses. She joins Cyberset veterans Blake Wilding and Bob Westal in the writing department, replacing former writing team member Mike Pearl, who was recently promoted to the Cyberset management team.

Ms. Mancha is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in a number of publications including SWINDLE Magazine, NOLAGallerie, Westlake Magazine, Radio Free Silver Lake, and CreepyLA.com. She was most recently employed in the client services division of L.A. Studio, where she worked alongside some of the biggest names in entertainment and advertisement at the prestigious voice-over recording studio. She is also a music industry public relations writer and has helped numerous musicians spread the word about their endeavors.

Speaking of musical endeavors, like other members of the Cyberset writing team, Ms. Mancha also boasts a background as a performer. She has been a bass player and singer in the the 60-70's influenced pop-band, C-Horse, and can currently be seen and heard with the psychedelic surf outfit, Shirley Rolls. The seven-piece unit will next be performing on December 20th at the Prospector in Long Beach.

"Lindsay fits in perfectly with our writing team," said manager Mike Pearl. "All the writers here need to be extremely versatile to work with our very broad array of clients and she is doing an outstanding job of wearing an enormous number of writing hats. We sometimes have to work on pretty tight deadlines and she has already proven herself more than up to the challenge on a number of occasions. Her style, which is low key yet confident, has also made her a real pleasure to work with," Mr. Pearl said.

About Cyberset:
Internet Marketing Services are the name of the game at Cyberset. Based in Canoga Park, California, the company provides leading edge online marketing and search engine optimization, web design, pay per click advertising, and numerous additional marketing and online services for companies of all sizes. The company's founders are noted tech authority and radio personality Siamak Kalhor and Shahab Saba, its President and CEO.

To find out more about Cyberset's many Internet marketing related services, please call 800-601-5053 or visit the company online at www.Cyberset.com.

SOURCE Cyberset Corp.

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