Online Reputation Management Services
Take control of your brand and message across the internet.
Build a strong online reputation requires time and so much effort.
The good news is that if you have a good online reputation, when recession hits, you’re ready. You must make sure you have as many positive reactions, so that you can counter a negative comment.
Online Reputation Management
Online Reputation Management (ORM) or SERM (Search Engine Reputation Management) is the practice of monitoring the reputation of an individual or brand on the internet.
To accomplish that, people need to control their online search results because they frequently contain inaccurate, misleading or outdated material which can adversely influence how your customers will view you!
Brand Reputation Management
Reputation management online is pretty much the same exact thing. The more positive reviews you get the more business you will get.
Every positive review acts as a friend saying “yea this company is great for xyz”… just like a referral! Your online reputation can easily make or break your business.
This is not something to take lightly.
Negative Suppression management became necessary with the advent of social networks, online forums, blogs and other forms of online communication and information sharing. But since current laws are insufficient to prevent total strangers from damaging your online reputation… online reputation management is now critical.
Business Reputation Management
Focused on pushing down negative search results.
- Improving the tagging and search engine optimization of company-published materials, such as white papers and positive customer testimonials in order to push down negative content.
- Publishing new positive websites and social media profiles that outperform negative results in search.
- Submitting online press releases to authoritative websites in order to promote brand presence and suppress negative content.
- Submitting legal take-down requests if someone believes they have been libeled.
- Getting mentions of the business or individual in third-party sites that rank highly in Google.
- Creating fake blogs pretending to be a different person that shares the same name in order to push down negative search results on the actual person or brand.
- Using spam bots and denial-of-service attacks to force sites with damaging content off the Web entirely.
- Astroturfing third-party websites by creating anonymous accounts that create positive reviews or lash out against negative ones.
- Proactively offering free products to prominent reviewers.
- Proactively responding to public criticism stemming from recent changes
Contact us if you need more help or if you would like us to monitor your Reputation for you!