|By PR Newswire||
|March 21, 2014 02:14 PM EDT||
CARLSBAD, Calif., March 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The very first reputation management company to offer its services to local businesses has made a change that they have not done in two years. In March of 2014 the original reputation management company, Review Boost, launched a new website sending shock waves across the internet and leaving competitors scrambling to copy them once again. Let's step into how this change happened and how it's such a well-kept secret from everyone outside of the ReviewBoost.com headquarters in Carlsbad, CA.
The innovators of reputation management has changed their website look and feel every year since 2008 sometimes even more than once a year to keep copycat companies at a distance. Their previous website in 2012 was so advanced and had so much unique content that it left competitors giving up on copying any further. In recent months though rumors have surfaced that ReviewBoost would be launching a new service. While many SEO experts speculated on what it could be, many online enthusiasts were fearful that the company were simply going to raise their prices, which reviewboost has never done. Internal leaks of the company go to suggest that middle management had been in deep conversations about the website and changes that needed to be applied to align with the Internet's changes.
From the changes on the site that are live now we can see that ReviewBoost has decided to go brighter, simpler, and with modern design. The content seems to be very close to the old site but that makes sense, since their product and service are consistently garnering great results for business owners looking for reputation management services.
So why is ReviewBoost.com changing their website such big news? Why does this affect so many on the Internet today? To answer those questions and more we have to understand that ReviewBoost is the first reputation manager and continues to provide the most impactful-full service packages for business owners since the start of SEO. All of this buzz is being brought on because review boost was the first ones to offer this service and are leading the way for all other competing companies to follow suit and make an emerging industry even better.
We have seen almost all other big players in this space take ReviewBoost's business model and implement their strategy. What's even more amazing is that ReviewBoost is a privately held company and is completely self-funded, compared with 90% of their competition being heavily invested into the millions. ReviewBoost has shown it has a self-contained business model and that its internal system is in a constant movement towards improvement.
Last year, ReviewBoost controversially eliminated all vendors and re-sellers of its service and many thought the company was making a dangerous decision that would lead to fewer sales. Despite this skeptism, ReviewBoost's upper management understands that for the company to continue to grow it doesn't necessarily have to focus as much on new sales but more so on keeping business owners on the reviewboost program happy.
Along with their website being updated their heavily followed newsletter website changed as well. This is exciting news for anyone wanting to get the latest scoop on the reputation management industry. With all these changes on their websites, does this mean we are going to see other changes as well from reviewboost.com? We can only guess at this point, however at a recent trade show ReviewBoost was attending insiders heard mentions of a 4th package set to take reputation management to the next level. This is not the first time we have heard about this mysterious fourth package and as soon as we know more we will be quick to share.
In conclusion, we welcome everyone to look at ReviewBoost's new website and share with others this great moment in reputation management history. Phone calls to reviewboost for more information on the new website and fourth package were answered with a simple confirmation that the new site is live and that a 4th package cannot be confirmed at this time. Their reputation management service still only costs less than $400 a month and we recommend taking a look at what they offer to understand why over 6,500 businesses across the world have used them for all their reputation management needs.
Media Contact: Matt Harless, Review Boost, 234-738-4396, [email protected]
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