People want to work for a company with good reputation. The strongest job candidates are looking for more than just salary, benefits, and whether your office provides catered lunches. They’re looking at your brand’s reputation. Do people think highly of your brand? Is your brand’s values and vision aligned with their own?
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It happens. Someone published negative content about yourself or your brand. Believe it or not, there are ways to get this content removed. Many tactics involve negotiation to get web content taken down.
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The reputation management process usually starts with taking an honest look inward. Since your reputation is a measurement of how you are portrayed online, it is also a reflection of who you are as a person or brand. Every strong reputation starts with an even stronger character.
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They really are watching you.
Whether you realize it or not, everything you do has an impact on your online reputation. Google is quietly working in the background to compile and rank what is said about you online. This includes reviews on websites like Yelp and TripAdvisor, blog posts, and social media mentions. You can control some of these things, like blog posts made on your own website. But, largely, Google’s judgement and your online reputation is out of your control.
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A positive online reputation should be every individual or business’s goal in 2020. An online reputation can be defined as the way that a person or business is perceived based on the information that appears about them online. Hopefully, that information is positive. If it’s not, then it’s time to put in some work to clean up your search results and start your journey to maintaining a positive online reputation and reaping the benefits that come with it.