New package offers companies and company owners increased visibility when their names are searched online.
(1888PressRelease) November 25, 2009 - Boca Raton, FL - PlaceYourName.com, a personal online branding and self promotion tool, is pleased to announce the launch of its Corporate Package for companies and company owners who are looking to increase visibility when their names are searched online. Place Your Name’s new corporate feature will also help optimize existing Web sites for greater relevancy in search engines such as Google ™, Yahoo ® and Bing ™.
For a small, one time fee, Place Your Name will help increase Internet visibility for companies using multiple press releases, blogs, microsites, social media exposure and multi-media content.
“Nowadays, having just a Web site isn’t enough,” said Rob Casterline, co-founder and managing partner of PlaceYourName.com.
“In order to stay competitive, companies need to promote themselves using multiple online resources and Place Your Name is an excellent, cost-effective solution to help them do this,” he added.
PlaceYourName.com offers each of its registrants a personalized User Control Panel (UCP), where they fill out their profile information and content. A team of editors and writers help create content based on each user’s information, which is then placed online across a wide variety of content portals. The end result is an increased Internet presence when a name or company name is searched online.
The Corporate Package offered by Place Your Name will also provide more features than what individual packages provide, including the drafting and creation of press releases and news articles from scratch.
“Our Corporate plans are more hands-on and structured in a way that lets our team do most of the work,” noted Casterline.
As with all of its services, Place Your Name offers full email and telephone support for each of its customers.
The new Corporate Package from PlaceYourName is particularly beneficial for startup companies and other businesses that do not have large marketing budgets.