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Latest Administrative Hires Signal Second Quarter Growth for Cyberset

Fresh additions to managerial and sales departments bolster Cyberset's reputation as a premier Internet marketing firm in Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Coming off a successful start to the financial year, a leading provider of Internet marketing services in Los Angeles is anticipating further growth as it welcomes a trio of specialists to its sales and middle management departments. Cyberset Internet marketing firm, based in Canoga Park, publicly announced this week the hiring of Hadi Fallahi (Project Coordinator), Armen Aghajanians (Project Manager) and Linda Armen (Sales Associate).

From pay per click advertising services to aggressive SEO strategies and a whole lot more, Cyberset boasts a broad range of innovative and proven marketing techniques designed to improve the online presence of any developing or established business. In reference to the newest members of his team, President and CEO Shahab Saba says: "We are very excited to have such a diverse and talented group of professionals join the Cyberset family as we continue expanding our brand."

  • In an effort to promote efficiency and streamline communication between departments, Hadi Fallahi returns to Cyberset in a supervisory role, allowing him to ensure that clients' needs are being capably met in every department.
  • Due to the company's continued growth, Saba believed the time was right to add another project manager to the roster in order to accommodate Cyberset's increased number of clients. Armen Aghajanians, with a background in computer science, is well-positioned to provide his colleagues with much-needed research assistance as Cyberset aims to stay ahead of the curve with all the latest developments in the SEO world.
  • Rounding out the new recruits is Linda Armen, who in her short time with the celebrated firm has already successfully acquired a striking number of first-time accounts.

As 2014 gets underway in earnest, Cyberset is primed to take another important step forward in its climb to the top of the Internet marketing ladder in Los Angeles. Similarly, companies around the Greater Los Angeles Area are increasingly looking to Cyberset with the goal of advancing themselves to the next level in their respective industries. In addition to its premier writing team, Cyberset supports its clientele with the aid of a top notch graphic design and animation department, and a robust IT division for customers with computer troubleshooting needs. No matter the size of your enterprise, Cyberset offers tested, high-quality marketing solutions that are certain to boost the influence and scope of your business on the World Wide Web.

Outfitted with a fresh arsenal of tools at its disposal, Cyberset is firing on all cylinders. If you are interested in learning more about how Cyberset can best help you, don't hesitate to arrange a free consultation with a representative at their San Fernando Valley headquarters by dialing toll-free at 888-922-9237 today. Alternatively, you can visit them on the net anytime at www.cyberset.com.

PR Submitted by www.Cyberset.com

SOURCE Cyberset Corp.

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