Press Release: DotcomWeavers Launches Online Reputation Management Tool ReviewBalance

Paramus, NJ (PRWEB) July 18, 2013

ReviewBalance: Online Reputation Management Tool

When business owner William Stevens fell victim to an online smear campaign he realized how difficult online reputation management can be. A disgruntled former employee ruined years of positive customer service with only a few clicks and keystrokes. Feeling frustrated, Stevens began months of research that evolved into the idea for ReviewBalance, an online reputation management tool.

To help turn his vision into reality, Stevens chose DotcomWeavers, a leading New Jersey web design & development firm. DotcomWeavers performed extensive research on the many online review platforms available and worked to develop a comprehensive reputation management solution. The result was

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ReviewBalance – an online reputation management tool

With ReviewBalance, businesses can feel confident in asking their customers to provide reviews—in fact, ReviewBalance encourages reviews. Continue reading

Website Forums as Community Centers for the 21st Century

Valuable free advice from friends you’ll never meet

An email I received this afternoon from the extremely popular TripAdvisor website — they have more than 20 million members and annual revenue over $500 million — caught my attention for a couple of reasons. First, the email had a spectacular picture of a rainbow over Niagara Falls that it claimed was taken from a hotel room, a striking and attractive image, always a good thing in a broadcast email.

Second, my family enjoys travelling to new and interesting places, and we can do more of that it we do it on the cheap. But how best to avoid flea-bag hotels or those at four-mile “walking distance” from all the local sights? For us, Trip Advisor is our go-to destination-before-the-vacation.  There, on the site’s user forums, we can get all kinds of information about local customs and tourist attractions, read any of more than 50 million reviews of hotels and other attractions we’re considering, and even post our own reviews to benefit fellow travelers. For us, there’s a lot of value in sharing information we’ve gathered in our travels, and learning from the experiences of others all over the world. That’s what website user community forums are all about. Continue reading

Dotcomweavers Showcases at the 2011 Web 2.0 Expo in New York City

Dotcomweavers Team in action at the expo.

PARAMUS, N.J., Nov. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Dotcomweavers, the leading custom web solutions and development company out of Paramus, New Jersey exhibits web-based solutions at one of the biggest technology events of the year, the Web 2.0 Expo in New York.

The Web 2.0 Expo is an annual technology event that joins together industry leaders, professionals and innovators for next generation Web 2.0 discussions, workshops and seminars. The four day event features keynote speakers from major corporations with varying leadership backgrounds but articulating similar visions for technological growth. Attendance to this event is by paid registration and draws thousands but only a limited amount companies marketing fresh new ideas are accepted as exhibitors. Continue reading