What we do

Reputation Thrusters

  1. Increases your rank on all major search engines
  2. Provides visibility and a positive image on all the popular review websites
  3. Improves your business’ image
  4. Restores a tarnished online reputation
  5. Protects your company against competitors or unsatisfied customers
  6. Increases your online visibility and brings you on the front pages
  7. Builds trust in your possible customers
  8. Encourages your former clients to try your service again
  9. Encourages satisfied consumers to provide positive feedback
  10. Gives your clients/partners the feeling that they made the right choice
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Get positive reviews

Reputation Thrusters

  1. Provides your business, service or product with positive reviews
  2. Improves your business listings
  3. Provides you with unique reviews
  4. Brings your company upfront on all the popular review sites through a constant flow of quality reviews
  5. Restores your damaged online reputation by covering your negative reviews
  6. Secures your business against competitors or unsatisfied clients
  7. Increases the interest and curiosity towards your company with a steady stream of good reviews
  8. Builds traffic to your site with solid backlinks
  9. Increases your product relevance
  10. Works with professional writers specialized in 4 different languages (English, Spanish, French, German)
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Reputation Administration

Reputation Thrusters

  1. Helps you maintain a good image on the Internet
  2. Restores your online reputation
  3. Builds a reliable image around your company’s product or service
  4. Defends your online name from negative information and defamation
  5. Creates professional SEO websites for your business
  6. Spreads positive information about you through aggressive marketing techniques
  7. Helps you deal with rip-off reports, complaints and negative news
  8. Makes your products or services go viral on the web 2.0 social media websites
  9. Equips your sites with stable backlinks
  10. Analyzes your websites giving you the best SEO/SEM/ORM advice
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If your competitors aren’t doing online reviews yet, then you have a great opportunity to increase your business.
If they are, then you are losing business.


The average consumer mentions specific brands over 90 times per week in conversations with friends, family, and co-workers.

(Keller Fay, WOMMA, 2010)

83% of all holiday shoppers are influenced by customer reviews.

(ChannelAdvisor “Consumer Shopping Habits Survey”, August 2010)

High product rating will increase likelihood of purchase for 55% of consumers.

(eConsultancy, July 2010)

Availability of product ratings was a factor for 59% of UK shoppers, as was the availability of user-generated or consumer product reviews (57%).

(eConsultancy, July 2010)

When asked what sources “influence your decision to use or not use a particular company, brand or product”  71% claim reviews from family members or friends exert a “great deal” or “fair amount” of influence.

(Harris Interactive, June 2010)

53% of people on Twitter recommend companies and/or products in their Tweets, with 48% of them delivering on their intention to buy the product.

(ROI Research for Performance, June 2010)

Nearly two-thirds (64%) of the UK population have researched products/services online within the last 3 months.

(European Commission, May 2010)

By 2014, 53% of total retail sales (online and offline) will be affected by the Web, as consumers increasingly use the Internet to research products before purchasing.

(Forrester, March 2010)

Consumer reviews are significantly more trusted — nearly 12 times more — than descriptions that come from manufacturers, according to a survey of US mom Internet users by online video review site EXPO.

(eMarketer, February 2010)

In a study conducted by social networking site myYearbook, 81 percent of respondents said they’d received advice from friends and followers relating to a product purchase through a social site; 74 percent of those who received such advice found it to be influential in their decision.

(Click Z, January 2010)

Online user reviews have the biggest influence on consumer electronics purchases, with 43.7 percent of purchases affected by word of mouth.

(BIGresearch, December 2009)

Consumers say that word of mouth is still the number one influence in their electronics (43.7%) and apparel (33.6%) purchases.

(Retail Advertising and Marketing Association/BIGresearch Study, December 2009)

70% of Americans say they consult product reviews or consumer ratings before making a purchase, according to an October 2008 survey by Penn, Schoen & Berland Associates, a research and consulting firm.

(Business Week, October 2009)

Users put great trust in their social networks. One-half of Beresford respondents said they considered information shared on their networks when making a decision—and the proportion was higher among users ages 18 to 24, at 65%.

(eMarketer, October 2009)

A March 2009 study by Knowledge Networks found that between 10% and 24% of US social media users turned to social networks when making purchase decisions about various categories of products and services.

(eMarketer, October 2009)

84% of consumers said they were more likely to check online for reviews prior to making a purchase compared to twelve months ago, according to a recent survey by Brand Reputation.

(Retail Bulletin, October 2009)

73% of people trust online reviews and 63% of people actively seek out online reviews when making a purchasing decision. Customer reviews are the most effective social tactic for driving sales, followed by question-and-answer features and a Facebook fan page where companies post information.

(Etailing survey of 117 companies, September 2009)

Facebook, blogs, Twitter and customer reviews are considered the most effective tactics for mobilizing consumers to talk up products online.

(Etailing survey of 117 companies, September 2009)

A survey of 1,000 online shoppers found that, while 46% of e-shoppers find value in product recommendations from their friends, 47% look to onsite customer reviews when making a decision.

(Manage Smarter, September 2009)

67% of shoppers spend more online after recommendations from online community of friends.

(Internet Retailer, September 2009)

44% of Moms use social media for brand/product recommendations; 73% trust online community recommendations.

(BabyCenter LLC, July 2009)

90% of consumers online trust recommendations from people they know; 70% trust opinions of unknown users.

(Econsultancy, July 2009)

There were nearly 116 million US user-generated content consumers in 2008, along with 82.5 million content creators. Both numbers are set to climb significantly by 2013.

(eMarketer, February 2009)

97% of UK female Internet users research products online and 92% of UK female Internet users buy products online.

(eMarketer, February 2009)

92% shoppers have more confidence in info sought online vs. anything from a salesclerk or other source.

(Wall Street Journal, January 2009)

Customer reviews are an important research tool for online consumers, with 71 percent agreeing that consumer reviews make them more comfortable that they are buying the right product.

(Nielsen Online Holiday Survey, December 2008)

The Trust in Advertising survey of 26,000+ found that Consumer Recommendations are the most credible form of advertising.

(“Social Media Marketing: The Right Strategy for Tough Economic Times” Awareness, 2008)

61% of people rely on user reviews for product information or research before a buying decision is made.

(Razorfish, 2008)

The online review option is optional; however, it is a major influence on people’s decisions, provides a company with constructive criticism and is a competitive advantage.

(Escort, February 2008)

70% of online consumers said they use the Internet to research everyday grocery products.

(Escort, January 2008)