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How to Make PR Content Rank Online

Most PR content does not perform well in search results. This article will help fix that problem.

Reputation X does not call up the New York Times and ask for content to be created; if we did so, we could inadvertently become the story. Instead, we work with and often through PR professionals for that aspect of online reputation management when needed. Here are some tips we provide PR pros we work with to amplify content we direct PR agencies to place for our clients.

9 min read

27 Websites to improve executive reputation

In most cases executive reputation is viewed through the online lens. That lens is most often curated by companies like Google in the form of search or social results. When someone researches an executive or company the search results tell that persons story. In order to control one's online reputation there are certain relevant topic-specific sites that tend to rank better than others for executives. 

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The impact of company image on corporate reputation

Highlights

  • Corporate image and corporate reputation are subjective perceptions that affect how people see and interact with your business.
  • Corporate image is more about how a brand makes people feel, while reputation includes people’s perceptions of a company’s products, leadership, finances, social responsibility, and interactions with its customers, employees, and community. 
  • Both corporate image and reputation can impact a company’s revenue and success.
  • Even if you have a good corporate reputation, a poor company image can hurt your revenues.
  • Incorporating image consulting into your reputation management strategy can improve your brand’s reach and success.

At a first glance, a corporate image and a corporate reputation might seem like synonyms. There are definite similarities between the two:  both your corporate image and your corporate reputation are important subjective perceptions that affect not only how people see your business, but also how and if they do business with you. 

9 min read

Everything a professional personal website should have

Make a big impression with your professional personal website

Highlights

  • A website that represents an individual in a professional context is a crucial reputation element
  • Your professional personal website should include at least 13 essential features
  • These five professional websites nailed their brand personality
  • Investing in professional web development is the best way to make your website stand out

Your professional website does more than you might think.

7 min read

Building a Wordpress Blog that Performs

Here is a list of basic things to do when setting up a new Wordpress blog so that it performs well in search results.

This assumes you've already chosen a them and setup the blog, but that it may not have gone live yet. This article covers adding certain Wordpress plugins like Yoast and Schema, properly setting up Title and Description meta information, setting up Google Analytics and Google Search Console, content length, outbound links, simple ways to test speed, and more. 

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How to Write a Compelling Executive Biography

Highlights

  • An executive bio is a summary of your professional narrative
  • It’s written much the same way as other narratives using key elements about the executive
  • Using these seven tips can make your executive biography more engaging and effective
  • A shorter version of your executive bio can enhance your resume
  • You should keep the length of your bio to a single page to maximize its efficacy 

As a professional, whether you’re an entrepreneur or a key figure at a large corporation, there are times when other people and entities want to know who you are in your industry. Resumes can tell them what you do, but a well-written executive profile will convey your real value and personal brand. It can even work to improve your digital footprint and online reputation.

Writing your executive biography yourself will infuse it with your “voice” and make it stand out as a genuine representation, rather than a fill-in-the-black answer sheet. 

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How Google and Bing Work

The Internet is a bit like a video game—if you want to win the game, you have to master the rules. And when it comes to search engines like Google and Bing, the rules are constantly changing. Coming out on top of the search listings requires ingenuity, dedication, and even a little bit of luck. From the perspective of a reputation builder, search engines look a little different. 

8 min read

How to avoid the corporate pitfalls of reputational risk

What is reputation risk, and how to reduce it

Reputational risk is finally starting to gain some traction among executives and decision-makers as a legitimate and essential part of their business strategy.

Considering the massive and sometimes devastating effects of reputation damage, it’s a wonder there are still so many businesses leaving themselves vulnerable.

Learn more about what reputational risk is, where it comes from, and how you can protect your company from the losses it causes.

6 min read

All about the reputation quotient model

  • We live in an economy where about 70-80% of market value is derived from intangible assets such as corporate reputation.
  • Your company’s reputation is easier to gauge than you might think thanks to the Harris-Fombrun Corporate Reputation Quotient Model (CRQ).
  • Many people consider The Harris Poll/CRQ to be a reliable validation of corporate reputation, so it can drive public perception of a company positively or negatively.
  • The CRQ has become an invaluable tool for companies when managing corporate reputation and identifying new market risks and opportunities.

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What is an influencer?

Influencer marketing has grown from a fringe tactic to a billion-dollar industry. So much so that brands are set to spend up to $15 billion on influencer marketing. There are many types of influencers, from Instagram influencers to Amazon, YouTube and Twitter influencers. Each has her or his own niche. This article explores what they are, factors that make an influencer, and how partnerships work.

In recent years, the word “influencer” has received a new dictionary definition, become a job title, and forced brands to reconsider their marketing strategy and budget. 

15 min read

How to Use Schema to Improve Branded Search Results

Schema markup can improve search results. It helps search engines understand web pages better. It is helpful in letting search engines know many things that may not be present in the text of a web page. Schema does not change the way a web page looks. It exists in the HTML of a page and is normally added by the sites' Webmaster. 

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Use Sentiment Analysis to Win the Brand Comparison War

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People will compare your brand with that of your competitors long before they contact you. Sentiment analysis allows you to track the opinions that people are expressing about your brand online, whether they are positive, negative, or neutral. Sentiment monitoring and analysis tools and techniques will give you a solid understanding of the status of your reputation online and help you to target your own content plan to either improve negative sentiment or to reinforce positive sentiment.

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Anchor text examples - Diversity guidelines for link text

There are many types of anchor text. When spotting "unnatural" anchors (and trying to avoid them), we strive for diversity. Put another way; we don't want a backlink profile that says "Acme Technologies" in every link because it isn't organic (natural). Instead, we want a fully organic and natural backlink profile.

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