The New York Attorney General Fined SEO Firms for Fake Online Reviews Ever think about writing your own online review, just to give a little boost to your online reputation? Tempted by a company offering to write them for... read more →
Recovering Your Internet Brand is Not a "Do It Yourself" Project “Why can’t I just click on the good links?” said a financial executive incredulously while working together to repair his damaged online reputation... read more →
Online Reputation Management New Chapter "You can't start the next chapter of your life if you keep re-reading the last one."
Five ways to help fix your online reputation include learn how to tell stories online; context is everything; build for the long term; new platforms to keep an eye on; and do what you love. 5 Online Reputation Management Tips Learned from Gary Vaynerchuk from Recover Reputation, Online Reputation Management and Repair,... read more →
“Cops and robbers, that’s what is all about,” said the charismatic and opinionated social media guru and consultant/enpreneur during yesterday’s breakfast talk hosted by The Slater-Trainor Group at UBS. How can this help your online reputation? [caption id="attachment_1883" align="alignnone" width="250" caption="5 Tips by Gary Vaynerchuk for Online Reputation Management, photo... read more →
Recover Reputation pinpoints two helpful ways to improve your online standing, gleaned from a recent Matt Cutts' video. First, create good backlinks to your site; second, create trustworthy and helpful content.
Time is precious, so how do we spend it best—especially when helping repair or boost an online reputation? When I mention to clients that being active on social media is extremely helpful, the responses range from a... read more →
Reading the Tea Leaves: Matt Cutts on Online Reputation Management and What to Do About it You know by now a positive online reputation is a good thing (or you should). Knowing where you stand on the web includes everything written about you, including articles, pictures, videos, reviews, and social... read more →
Five Ways a Lawyer Can Combat a Negative Online Reputation See Related Article: Each Negative Link or Review Loses Thirty Customers or $30,000 A lawyer came to me with a problem (unfortunately, a common one). He worked with a client for several months but as a result of many unreasonable demands that were far... read more →
New Meetup dedicated to managing online reputations for brands, professionals and businesses in New York Whether it be a first date, a job interview, or getting a client, the first thing... read more →