Online Reputation Management is one of the most talked about topics on the Internet today. Unfortunately it also one of most misunderstood concepts on the web today. And to make matters worse, most companies who work in this niche are likely frauds who’s main job is to part you with your money.
How can you protect yourself and your online reputation from others. First you must recognize that if you are competing on the Internet for “anything,” you could be in someone’s line of fire. Hacking a website is not really an option anymore as most people back up their content. So how can your competition, as one example attack your online reputation?
If you Google “consumer complaints,” the first website you see in the Search Engine Result page (SERPs), is http://www.ripoffreport.com. You don’t need any real evidence to submit a report on this website. These complaints can be unwarranted and completely false! So if have a brand name say for “widgets”, all a competitor has to do is make a false claim against your company on this website. There is a strong possibility that this complaint will show when people search for anything connected with your brand.
There is psychological phenomenon regarding a concept known as the “halo effect.” What this means is that whatever, good or bad, shows up high in the SERPs it will effect how the reader will think about you or your company.
Reputation Management Authority (RMA), a company that aims to help gain control of their unique brand, recently announced a 100 % recovery rate to help people redeem their good name once it has been besmirched a …
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NetworkClean Joins Facebook Reputation-Management CrowdAllFacebookThe Facebook reputation-management field just got a little more crowded with the launch of the beta version of NetworkClean, a free tool that offers multiple options. NetworkClean will …
imseopros.com Online Reputation Management Illinois Your online image is NOT just your business website. There is much more to it. Google says this: “Your online identity is determined not only by what you post, but also by what others post about you…