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TMCNet:  Cyberset is Leading Businesses into the New Frontier of Internet Marketing

[December 03, 2012]

Cyberset is Leading Businesses into the New Frontier of Internet Marketing

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 3, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- The mark of any great company is the success of its clients. Cyberset Corp., a search engine optimization company based in Los Angeles, has proudly served a wide array of businesses over the years, helping them become leaders in their respective industries through robust Internet marketing campaigns. These businesses range from fashion to retail, medicine, and law. The one thing they have in common, though, is a strong online presence, due to tailored Internet marketing tools that include search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click advertising, mobile marketing, website development services, and much more.

Cyberset was created as a response to an Internet marketing sector that had, frankly, stagnated. Companies that offered local marketing and other multi-media marketing services had become complacent. At the beginning, ingenuity and daring fueled progress, and customers benefited from envelope-pushing strategies offered by these companies. More recently, though, these same companies have settled into familiar territory, rarely if ever looking for the next big thing that could tip the scales toward their clients over the rest of their competition. The creative minds at Cyberset figured there had to be a better way.

In the years since Cyberset's inception, that forward-thinking model has borne fruit, not just for Cyberset, but for their diverse clientele as well. Today, their clients enjoy first page positions in search results for Google and other major online search engines. That strong positioning translates into increased traffic to their homepages and burgeoning interest in their products and services. A trickle quickly turns into a flood... a few tentative footsteps quickly turn into a stampede... you get the metaphor. There is a good reason why so many businesses of all sizes and stripes are exploring Internet marketing: this is one marketing tool that has proven time and again to be a powerful return on investment.

The team at Cyberset is comprised of web development gurus, graphic design auteurs, IT whiz kids, SEO wordsmiths, and some of the savviest marketing wunderkinds you will find anywhere. Learn more about what Cyberset can do for you by visiting them at www.Cyberset.com. Be sure to ask about a FREE initial consultation.

About Cyberset:Cyberset provides web marketing, IT support, web design, and numerous additional marketing and online services for companies of all sizes. The company was founded by Siamak Kalhor and Shahab Saba, its President and CEO.

SOURCE Cyberset Corp.

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