Repumatic provides reputation management services. Repumatic specializes in reputation and review monitoring, online presence building, review marketing, social media monitoring and lead generation, and building of local search engine optimization (SEO).
Pricing available on request
Pros: Repumatic does not require long-term contracts. Reasonable pricing plans.
Cons: Pricing plans aren't as customized as those of their competitors.
Bottomline: Repumatic assists your business to grow, safeguards your online reputation, and repairs it if necessary.
Repumatic Key Information:
Baton Rouge, Los Angeles
Number of Employees
1 (225) 610-1016
8550 United Plaza Boulevard, Suite 702, Baton Rouge, LA 70809
What is Repumatic's price range?
Repumatic's pricing starts at $99.00 per month. Repumatic's website states they are easy on most small business budgets, and don’t offer any products over $400.00 per month.
Is there a Repumatic free trial?
Repumatic makes no mention of a free trial on their website.
Where can I find the Repumatic login?
Visit https://www.repumatic.com and log in at the top right of the page.
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Automated tools are where it's at. Repumatic and tools like it are the future of ORM, because they make it so that anyone can have their own online reputation management campaign and not pay a dime for it.
I played around with the branding sites and the control panel, which aside from the network footprint isn’t half bad. You can setup your branding sites on subdomains, which is like having your own individual website.They do offer quite a bit. There is space to add links, "about me" bio content, profile pics and social network links. Plus, as far as I can tell, you can add as much content as you want to your free branding sites.They offer auto posting, keyword referral tracking, posting to social networks and other cool features. Check out the video below for a walkthrough. I like the concept. Overall rating: If you look past the footprint and neighborhood faults, the Repumatic network is still a valuable option for ORM campaigns, since some of the sites do rank well for the people’s names that are on there. Nearly all of the people I saw listed on there are trying to bury negative content, and these branding sites do rank in search results for their names. So it can work.