Our advice in this week’s Reputation Reboot will help you look your best on Google if you are preparing re-enter the job market. It is in response to an MBA candidate who wants to put her best foot forward … Read Full Post
Lawsuits happen for many reasons...and can impact the best businesses. Once they occur, many types of legal notices appear on the Internet. They can stay there for years. In this week’s Reputation Reboot, we … Read Full Post
Video is too rarely used to promote personal brands. It gives you more control over your image and it is an excellent way to establish a new image for yourself (and your organization) as you pursue new … Read Full Post
In Vanity Fair’s current cover story on Rihanna, she discusses the chasm between her reality and her reputation. Jay-Z confirms that her authenticity is one of her biggest attractions. That was our take, too, … Read Full Post
If you’re concerned about age discrimination in the job marketplace, you have plenty of company. It’s a challenge for both men and women...and not only on the upper age spectrum. Entrepreneurs and employees in … Read Full Post
Our CEO offers a few tips for rebooting a damaged reputation in “Repairing a Tarnished Personal Brand,” an article in Dice Insights, the online magazine from recruitment agency DHI.
Along with those tips, … Read Full Post
Reputation Reboot addresses real-life online reputation management challenges faced by CEOs, executives, VIPs and their organizations. Unless they are public figures, their names and related descriptions of all … Read Full Article
Reputation management encompasses your personal code of conduct as well as your company's culture. Following are our top tips for success in both areas.
1. Own your brand. If you aren't proactive about … Read Full Article
The formula search engines use to rank websites and determine whether they merit appearing on page 1 or elsewhere in search results.
The quality of being genuine; a valued quality … Read Full Article
The opening of Chick-fil-A in Manhattan has brought out protesters opposed to the company’s politics. A New York Times story about the situation prompted us to republish this case study, originally posted … Read Full Article
Last February we wrote about the launch of “Apology Watch,” noting that the new Dealbook column would “monitor and report on the actions of CEOs and other public leaders after they have publicly apologized … Read Full Article
At Reputation Communications, we help clients address and improve many types of online reputation management issues. This FAQ draws from years of experience in the private, public and non-profit sectors. We … Read Full Article