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My clients, and myself could be the same as yours: I'd rather email, call or Tweet than meet in person. But you still need to meet in person and get some personal "face time." It’s seems easy enough, especially when the tempting to retreat to my office and start typing... read more →
Four Steps to Positive Online Reputation Management and How to Repair Negative Complaintsboard.com Reviews If your professional reputation has been compromised by false ComplaintsBoard reviews or posts, move quickly to resolve it. Here are four steps to help manage your online reputation and repair your reputation: 1. Contact ComplaintsBoard and ask them to... read more →
Pinterest and Online Reputation Management Google and Bing—the major search engines–constantly update and change their formulas for searching. This means that online reputation repair and management consultants must also be updating and changing their approach. However, sometimes those changes don’t come directly from the search engines themselves like Google or... read more →
How Do I Remove a Negative Post? Online Reputation Repair Meetup Bring your online reputation management and repair and brand building questions to discuss, offer tips and suggest solutions to the Online Reputation Management and Repair Meetup on Monday, May 21, 6pm at 590 Madison Avenue New York City. It... read more →
Online Reputation Management NYC MeetUp first meeting, organized by Steve Giovnco. 6PM, MONDAY, MAY 7 IBM ATRIUM 590 Madison Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets, New York http://www.meetup.com/onlinereputationmanagementnyc/
Online Reputation Management Case Study and Real World Quick Tips I thought I'd pass on some quick tips to move down negative posts for a client. Their request was to make some negative posts disappear--quickly. I've been working with them for several months so I knew what will get the... read more →
I came across an interesting article by a friend, Mike Hale of the New York Times, reviewing YouTube's attempt to take on TV and advertisers.
Errol Gluck's Gluck Solutions: SEO Case Study on Hypnosis NYC Moved to First Page in 6 Steps Just a brief review of how we finally got a competitive term, "hypnosis NYC" for Gluck Solutions. It really was just the usual SEO tactics, but YouTube video additions really helped. It started... read more →