As cyber-bullying gains momentum—fueled by online complaint boards and other “revenge sites”—Brand.com remains committed to providing all the resources necessary for warding off online attack, and for establishing authority and prestige on the Internet.
Brand.com was founded on the belief that individuals and brands deserve a say in how they are presented on the Web. Specifically, individuals and brands deserve a chance to stick up for themselves and to contest defamatory and fallacious mentions, posted to online complaints boards.
Brand.com understands that, in this day and age, the information found on online search engines is critical—make-or-break, in many regards. For individuals, online search information informs career prospects, and can lead to either personal pride or a deep sense of embarrassment. For companies, meanwhile, the listings found on Google, Yahoo, and Bing have great power over the decisions made by consumers, to say nothing of investors.
As the foremost name in online reputation management, Brand.com has taken this mission to the vanguard, summoning best-in-class talents and technologies to provide its clients with a level of control over their own online listings.
In addition to building its own social media platform, Completed.com, Brand.com has also built its own Command Center with its suite of reputation monitoring tools.
Functioning as an all-in-one hub for online reputation monitoring and defense, the Command Center houses many of the company's most noteworthy and groundbreaking technologies. It stands as an ever-evolving testimony to the firm's true commitment to R&D.
For those seeking to defend themselves against online defamation, it is important to know exactly where the unwanted online listings are coming from—whether from complaint boards or other online attacks. Brand.com's monitoring and alert tools allow for just this level of online analysis and evaluation. These tools help individuals scour not only the complaint boards, but also the darkest corners of the Deep Web—places where even Google and Bing do not venture.
In many ways, that's what online complaint boards have amounted to. Because individuals can use these complaint boards to spout off on any topic, without the need to validate their claims, these complaint boards have become outlets or spite and revenge, rather than constructive feedback.
As such, cyber bullies are flocking to complaints boards by the droves. They hide behind these anonymous online forums, and they throw stones at innocent people and brands. Their words may not be true, but they are nevertheless influential—and potentially catastrophic for the targets of their malice.
Brand.com's commitment to fighting complaint boards and defending clients from online attack is seen in our recruitment of A-list players and industry thought leaders. There is no online reputation management firm in existence with so deep a bench, or with so much industry expertise on display. Brand.com's team boasts such industry luminaries as Michael Zammuto, President and COO; Mike M, top ORM specialist; and Eric Enge, SEO Strategist and subject-matter expert.
Brand.com's firm stance against cyber-bullying, and its commitment to developing real-world solutions, is also exemplified by its heavy investment in R&D. A technology company as much as it is an ORM firm, Brand.com believes that pioneering new tools and technologies is essential for providing clients with full control over their online listings. Brand.com's portfolio of proprietary technologies is as expansive as it is effective