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Reputation Sells

Reputation Marketing has become the single most important strategy that any business can implement. Without a 5-star reputation, all of your traditional online and off-line marketing campaigns will no longer be effective. At Big Monster Marketing our 'Reputation Rocket' platform works -- look at the numbers.


Of consumers now read online review about local businesses


Of buyers trust reviews as much as personal recommendations


Of consumers aged 18-34 read online reviews to judge a local business


Of consumers research companies via social media before purchasing


Big Monster Marketing has been great to work with. The marketing services they have provided have been excellent and I have seen a marked return on my investment since we have begun working with them.

Tresa Beaver
InJoy Wellness | Owner

Great company on the cutting edge of online marketing! These guys are way ahead of the curve & and their pricing is very fair. I would recommend Big Monster Marketing to anyone looking to grow their business.

Mathew Leach
Supplemental Life Advisor

Big Monster Marketing's Program is great! The education and implementation is laid out beautifully. Their Reputation Rocket system has had a tremendous impact on how we engage with our customer base.

Ron Steury
Kiefer Mazda Service Manager

The Numbers

The Reputation Marketing arena has been adapted from the marriage if you like, of Reputation Management and Brand Marketing. The idea is to build a 5 star reputation and then market this reputation to your target audience to get more customers.

Consumers are determining the direction of marketing online and that has been the case for quite a while now. What is particularly important is knowing how consumers are behaving in the online space and adapting your marketing strategy to ensure you are positioning your business to achieve the highest engagement with your audience.

In a recent Nielsen survey it was found that 70% of consumers online will either completely or somewhat trust a business based on consumer opinions posted online. This makes them the second highest trusted form of advertising, only beaten by personal recommendations from people known to the business.

To what extent do you trust the following forms of advertising?

recommendations from people I know 0
Consumer opinions posted online 0
Editorial content such as newspaper articles 0
Branded Website 0
Emails I signed up for 0
Ads on TV 0