You might think there's no need to respond to positive reviews because they don't spread across the internet and ruin your reputation like negative ones can do. However, responding to happy customers is more important than ever before. Here's how to do it the right way.
Your LinkedIn profile is one of the first results that people see when they google your name. As such, it's important to choose a profile picture that accurately represents the professional image you are trying to project--especially if you are looking for a new job. Here are some tips to ensure your photo makes a good impression.
To improve their online reputation, some business owners are resorting to tactics like hiring people to write fake reviews or offering customers rewards in exchange for positive reviews--especially on the top online review platform, Google. However, buying fake Google reviews is a bad idea.
While most companies aim to rank for the number-1 slot in the SERPs, there's an even better position you should be striving for--position zero--also known as a featured snippet. Here's what you need to know.
ReputationDefender has launched ReputationGrower, a new, turnkey online service to support job seekers, professionals, and small business owners by building professional websites designed by experts. ReputationGrower’s features include: - A professionally designed, personalized website that ranks well online - Professional biographies and a mission statement - A presence on top online profile sites - LinkedIn optimization - Social media audit and clean-up - Web monitoring for mentions of your name
In this USA Today op-ed, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains why sharing your personal information is the right thing to do right now. “Just because you’re in favor of stricter data privacy laws doesn’t mean you have to be against all uses of personal information at all times. There’s always room for the judicious and transparent use of personal information for the greater good—and fighting a global pandemic certainly qualifies.”
Should political campaigns protect our personal data? ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta argues that people should have the same rights to privacy from political campaigns as they now demand from Big Tech." Via The Hill.
ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta talks about sharing your personal information right now. "There’s always room for the judicious and transparent use of personal information for the greater good—and fighting a global pandemic certainly qualifies."
Social media is a great way for you to establish credibility as a physician. But, to reap these benefits—and avoid the pitfalls of a bad online image—you need to know how to use it correctly. This article shows you six tips you can use to ensure you're getting the most out of social media.