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Knowem.com Review

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November 17  |  Link Building Tools  |   Ryan Clark

I’ll make this short and quick because time is of the essence, that and my Netbook’s battery life is getting low on the goods like my Starbucks coffee here. I’ve been using Knowem.com to create and complete my own websites social media profiles, as well for the clients who have big brands and need everything setup. Knowem.com offers profile completion on up to 300+ social media websites which really saves you a lot of time in the long run. While I don’t think every company needs all 300+ profiles, you can choose a few different options that suit your companies needs. This is also a great link building tool to help get those profile links going, you have to start somewhere right? You provide them with all the quality details about your company and they handle the account creation, email confirmations, pictures and of course your companies link. This is also a great start to getting those brand links from social media, all you have to do now is go get active and make those profiles worthy of indexation. The pricing is fair and they don’t outsource the work so you know you don’t have to worry. No offense to you outsourced companies out there but from the work I’ve seen come back, I’d never use you for a large corporation or brand. The pricing as follows;

 

 

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I'm the CEO of Linkbuildr Marketing and the brains behind our branding and blog content. I specialize in effective marketing strategies for hotels, luxury brands and real estate. If your brand is in need of a boost then don't hesitate to contact me for a free proposal. Follow me on Google+: +Ryan Clark Twitter: @Linkbuildr on Twitter. You can also come ask me a question on our Facebook Page.  

7 Responses to Knowem.com Review

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  2. Thanks for providing us this meaningful and valuable blog infront of us. I think evry professsional will satisfied with your blog. keep it up. Keep writing and be in touch with us.

  3. Peter says:

    I like this idea, but isn’t it a bit spammy if they create 300 profiles all at the same time for your brand?

  4. Linkbuildr says:

     It’s only spammy if you’re spamming…but yea 300 is way more than even the biggest companies can handle. For a big brand, I’d just want to have them secured within the company anyway, and this is still the cheapest option to do this.

  5. Simon Gerard says:

    while it gives you the option to go overboard, you don’t have too. I appreciate they allow you to manually do it for free to hit key accounts. It also acts as a list of lesser known sites to check out. While most situations would simply be coincidence, not impersonation, knowem definitely can satisfy the extra-paranoid people out there.

  6. Thanks for providing us this meaningful and valuable blog infront of us.
    I think evry professsional will satisfied with your blog. keep it up.

  7. Andy says:

    Hi, another great site that allows you to search social networks for you name (and lock them down to make sure no one else uses it) is http://www.brandclaimer.com; the system if very easy to use and inexpensive.

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