RepEquity Posts Strong 2009 with Triple-Digit Growth
Washington, D.C. - February 18, 2010 - RepEquity, a leader in online reputation and brand management, today announced results for 2009, revealing that it grew 213% over this period last year.
"Now in our third operating year, 2009 was a watershed year for us in growing the team, client base, partners, and services. Put into numbers, we exited the year with strong growth potential into 2010, an achievement clearly aided by our strong existing client relationships, talented team, and strategic partners," said Tripp Donnelly, CEO and founder of RepEquity. "Online reputation management and monitoring services enjoyed a surge in demand and popularity in 2009, as the explosion of social media and increasing use of popular search engines shed light on the importance of controlling your corporate or personal image online."
RepEquity leverages its search engine management, social media, and algorithm expertise to provide online reputation management (ORM) services to a broad array of clients worldwide. ORM is the practice of employing tactics on behalf of companies - and increasingly, individuals - to proactively showcase positive and authoritative content across search engines and social media, while protecting brands and reputations from damaging or inappropriate content brought to light through search queries. Today, RepEquity serves some of the most recognized brands and leaders in business, Hollywood entertainment, professional sports, politics, consumer retail, finance, and non-profit organizations.
In the coming month, the company will launch the second version of its proprietary analytics dashboard. The new RepEquity dashboard will include more real-time reputational scoring and monitoring features, such as added search engine visibility, dynamic news feeds, and easy access to additional statistics like search volume, page rank, and trending data. In addition, RepEquity also recently launched its corporate blog - www.repequityblog.com - which will dive into the ORM, social media, and SEO issues of the day.