It was just few months ago when the change of Google’s algorithm to reputation management was announced – and now, professional firms are sprouting here and there offering their expertise in building or cleaning up your image online for a fee. It can be hefty for high profile individuals but for common people with a damaging past to hide, it’s a lot affordable. Actually, you can do it on your own on a small scale – but also very effective. Read these tips and I’m sure you’ll benefit from them a great
By: Susan Adams
That quip helps explain the increased number of players in the field of online reputation management. Reputation.com, Reputation Changer, Big Blue Robot, Metal Rabbit Media, are some of the outfits that promise to hide negative information that comes up on Google searches about you or about someone else with your same name. http://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2013/03/14/6-steps-to-managing-your-online-reputation/
If for once in your life you’ve been attacked badly on social media like in Facebook, don’t panic.You can do something to wipe it out and actually turn it to your advantage. I have implemented all the steps discussed in this article and when I make a search online using my name, I really like what I see in the results. You can do this too!