Digital reputation company, Status Labs, was ranked #339 in the Fortune 500 list compiled by Inc. magazine. Not only was Status Labs recognized for their incredible 1099% growth that occurred between 2012 and 2015, but they were also hailed as a forward-thinking and outstanding management firm handling both online image and public relations. In addition, they were lauded for their innovations to the marketing industry.
CEO and President, Darius Fisher, sits at the helm of Status Labs and has been an integral part of the development of new services, working hard to establish clientele within the Fortune 500 sphere. Also included on the prestigious list this year are companies like Domino’s Pizza, Yelp, Dell and Zillow. Fisher was awarded the Gold Award and title, “Business Development Individual of the Year” by PR World Awards.
Darius Fisher expressed gratitude at being named among the Fortune 500, saying that it was an honor to have been listed among such this group of, ‘fastest growing companies’. He also said that being on this is confirmation of the increasing demand for digital reputation management and for, ‘strategic digital Public Relations, Search Engine Optimization, and marketing campaigns’. He affirmed that Status Labs is continuing to grow and that he feels entirely optimistic about the future of the company.
In today’s growing internet marketplace, Status Labs helps their clients to make the best possible first impression via Google and related search engines. Dealing in Search Engine Optimization, as well as in helping clients effectively market their brands via social media, Status Labs understands the art of building — and keeping — your good reputation intact.
Considered the premier firm dealing in digital reputation management, Status Labs has offices located in Austin, New York, Los Angeles, as well as in São Paulo. They are experienced in building strategies to help their clients do their best with online marketing and with public relations. In total they have worked with more than 1,500 clients residing in over 40 countries. The New York Times has covered the work Status Labs has done, as has the New York Post, The Daily Observer, and others.