Internet Marketing Firm Cyberset Guides Businesses through Social Media Changes Mergers, buyouts, and other changes in social media sites and search engines can be difficult to understand; Cyberset knows what these mean for businesses.
LOS ANGELES, May 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The big technology news story this week was the billion dollar acquisition of youth-market centerpiece Tumblr by Internet giant Yahoo. Many are speculating on the deal—Will it be profitable? What changes will Yahoo make on the beloved social media site? How will Tumblr's notoriously adult image affect the relationship? Etc.—but above all, the world is curious to see how the deal will pan out. However, businesses who use social media and are concerned about their rankings on search engines might not fully understand the consequences of game-changing events like this one. Cyberset, full-service Internet marketing agency, makes its mission keeping on top of important industry news and learning (and often anticipating) how these changes affect its clients' web presence.
Cyberset offers Internet marketing services to its many well-established and burgeoning clients, including a dedicated focus on social media. As with all of the company's website marketing services, Cyberset's social media packages are customizable and uniquely designed for each patron. This means that Cyberset has the leeway to use social media in a way that specifically targets a certain clientele, keeping interest in the brand impressively high. These days, social media is ever changing; Cyberset's adept project managers and writers often take it upon themselves to learn new social media avenues that most benefit their customers. In the past, this has included Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, blogging sites, and even niche social media pages (for example, a site used only by brides). By constantly staying on the cutting edge of social media, Cyberset gives itself the ability to fully understand which social sites are growing, which are popular with certain demographics, and which are most likely to lead to conversion traffic.
As far as the Tumblr-Yahoo merger and its effect on Cyberset's Internet marketing services, the exact ramifications have yet to be determined. In the meantime, however, Cyberset will stay abreast of Tumblr's changes and will closely monitor variations in the user base of the web service. If Tumblr ends up having an effect on Yahoo's search engine results —powered by Bing since 2010—or Yahoo's popular news feed, then Cyberset will also adeptly handle those transformations as well.
None of this is to say that the Internet marketing firm expects every one of its clients to understand the recent innovations in the industry. After all, it is Cyberset's job—and a huge component of the company's success—to know these newly established sites and be able to easily explain their utility to Cyberset's clients. The project managers at Cyberset feel completely comfortable recommending one social media platform over another and can back up their perspective with data and trends. Once a social media plan is launched, the Cyberset team has ways of showing the positive effects that their services have brought to their clients, including skilled use of call tracking, pay-per-click management, custom advertisements, and much more.
To request a free quote on any of Cyberset's services—social media or otherwise—visit www.cyberset.com. There, you can also request a free consultation at your leisure.
News Release submitted by www.Cyberset.com
SOURCE Cyberset Corp.