White Rock SEO Expert – New Premium Reputation Management Service launched

Maynard Marketing has defied convention in the Reputation Management market with its new Premium Reputation Management service. Further information can be found at https://www.iamliammaynard.com

White Rock, Canada - February 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Earlier today, Maynard Marketing finally announced the beginning of its new Premium Reputation Management service, which has been in development since Sep 16, 2017. The main aim is to allow businesses to filter out bad reviews and prevent them from being posted online forever while promoting positive reviews that attract new customers… but it does so, with a difference.

Liam Maynard, Owner / President at Maynard Marketing, says: “We wanted to try something new with this Premium Reputation Management service. Anyone familiar with the Reputation Management Service market will probably have noticed how everyone else seems to try to respond to damage that has already been done to the client’s reputation without a reliable system to prevent bad reviews and protect the business. This is a problem because without a strategy that prevents online reputation damage the business will run into the same issues again and most people will not trust a company that has bad reviews. .”

So as a welcome breath of fresh air, Maynard Marketing will instead give customers a way to vent any grievances and if necessary receive a video apology without their comments being posted online forever while simultaneously making it quick, easy and painless to post positive reviews. Maynard Marketing chose to make this move because most people are busy and will only post reviews when they have a problem. Giving people a way to vent concerns without damaging the reputation of the business while understanding that people post positive reviews more often when you make it easy for them to do so is a win win for everyone..

Liam Maynard also said “We want to give our customers options. With our new Premium Reputation Management service, they have a fresh new possibility. We want them to feel protected when using our service. Trying something new is always a risk, but it’s a risk we believe is worth taking.”

Maynard Marketing has been in business for since 2016, being established in 5 Dec 2016. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to be a premier SEO services provider and online marketing consulting agency servicing business and professional clients throughout Canada and the United States.

This isn’t the first time Maynard Marketing has defied convention either. In 2017 they caused a stir when launched the Maynard Marketing free keyword profit analysis.

The new Premium Reputation Management service is set to launch Feb 16 2018. To find out more about the service and Maynard Marketing visit: https://www.iamliammaynard.com

Contact Info:
Name: Liam Maynard
Email: liam@iamliammaynard.com
Organization: Maynard Marketing
Address: 15216 North Bluff Road, Suite # 516, White Rock, BC V4B 0A7, Canada
Phone: +1-604-536-5173

For more information, please visit https://www.iamliammaynard.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 300568

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