Saskatoon Google Marketing Expert Reputation Management Services Launched

Saskatoon marketing agency Living Sky Marketing Unveils Reputation Management Services with a focus on former STEALTH clients to help them improve their online reputations.

Saskatoon, Canada - October 18, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Saskatoon marketing agency Living Sky Marketing has announced the launch of online reputation management services for small businesses. The agency currently provides a host of online marketing services from website creation to social media management.

More information about Living Sky Marketing is available at https://livingskymarketing.com

An online internet marketing publication reports that 90% of customers read online reviews before visiting a business and up to 65 percent of people see online search as the most trusted source of information about people, companies, businesses and services – a much higher level of trust than any other online or offline source.

To help businesses keep track of these all important key metrics, Living Sky Marketing has introduced a new reputation management service to help companies and businesses with their content marketing, achieve increased visibility in search engines and better manage their business.

Along with reputation management, Living Sky Marketing also offers services to boost client visibility online and include paid traffic management, customer retargeting, website creation, Email marketing, video marketing, lead generation and social media management.

According to a representative for Living Sky Marketing, “Our team has years of experience and a proven history of helping businesses fuel their growth. We started our agency to help people take customer business to the next level. We’ll do the hard work of attracting new customers. We’ll help get more reviews, manage the bad ones, and market 5-star reputation to send customers flocking to the door”

Living Sky Marketing is also offering a free month of management for former client’s of STEALTH Media – Web Design & Marketing Agency, a Saskatoon company that abruptly shut down and left hundreds of high profile clients without a marketing agency.

Visit the link above for more detailed information on the services Living Sky Marketing offers or go to https://livingskymarketing.com

Contact Info:
Name: Bob Kerr
Email: Send Email
Organization: Living Sky Marketing
Address: 610 Taylor St E Suite 31028, Saskatoon, SK S7H 1V8, Canada
Phone: +1-306-251-0315
Website: https://livingskymarketing.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88928884

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