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Take Control of Your Company's Online Presence

Online marketing companies like Cyberset allow small business owners and other professionals to control the way they're seen by local and global online audiences

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Many business owners and entrepreneurs have a reputation for putting a great deal of importance on old-fashioned values. They prefer the confidence that comes from a firm handshake and a warm, personal smile. That's why Cyberset, an Internet marketing firm with vast experience working with business of all sizes, is never surprised to find that many of the most successful, reputable small business professionals are also among the last hold-outs when it comes to creating a strong, widespread online presence for their companies.

Unfortunately, this hesitation to utilize local Internet marketing solutions is holding many talented professionals back from the success that they deserve. Entrepreneur reports that, while 72% of consumers report a desire for an integrated marketing approach over various types of media, only 39% feel they are actually receiving it. Perhaps even more potentially damaging, your business almost certainly has an online presence – whether you like it or not.

Who's Behind your Business's Online Presence?
Simply put, even if your business hasn't yet embraced online technology, chances are good that many of your competitors have – some of whom may be unfairly disparaging your company on the Internet without you ever knowing it. This can severely cut into your bottom line and lead many prospective customers to get the wrong idea of what your company is all about. That's why, these days, the question isn't whether your company is going to be featured on the Internet, but who is going to be in control of your company's reputation – you, or your competitors?

That's why online marketing firms like Cyberset can be so essential – particularly for entrepreneurs and professionals who would prefer to concentrate on their day-to-day activities without having to think about Facebook, blogging, or other aspects of complex online world. The online experts at Cyberset have been focused on helping businesses of all sizes to put their online reputation in their own hands, reaching new audiences and growing their companies in exciting ways.

The Value of Online Expertise
Any Internet marketing firm is only as effective as the team behind it, which is why it is so important that Cyberset was started by technology experts and online marketing luminaries Shahab Saba and well-known tech expert and media personality Siamak Kalhor – both of whom continue to oversee operations to this day. Further still, as a Google Adwords certified company, Cyberset is proud to provide their customers with the peace-of-mind that comes from experiencing the highest standards of quality and performance. Even the least tech-savvy entrepreneurs are almost certainly familiar with Google and the Internet giant's commitment to working with only the highest caliber marketing professionals.

If you're ready to take control of your company's online reputation, the Internet marketing experts at Cyberset might be right for your needs. Call them for a free consultation with a search engine optimization (SEO) expert who can discuss how they can increase your web presence. They can be reached at (800) 601-5053 or online at www.Cyberset.com

PR Submitted by www.Cyberset.com

SOURCE Cyberset Corp.

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