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Reputation management Reputation management is the understanding or influencing of an individual's or business's reputation. It was originally coined as a public relations term, but advancement in computing, the internet and social media made it primarily an issue of search results. Some parts of reputation management are often associated with ethical grey areas, such as astroturfing review sites, censoring negative complaints or using SEO tactics to game the system and influence results. There are also ethical forms of reputation management, which are frequently used, such as responding to customer complaints, asking sites to take down incorrect information and using online feedback to influence product development.[1][2] History[edit] In 2007 a study by the University of California Berkeley found that some sellers were undertaking reputation management on eBay by selling products at a discount in exchange for positive feedback to game the system.[6]

A man in Thailand started a religion around The Big Lebowski It was only a matter of time. We’ve seen Big Lebowski festivals and convenience stores, so someone basing a religion around it was clearly in the cards. What I did not see coming was the religion being centered in Thailand. Don’t be fatuous, CNN: Dubbed “Church of the Latter-Day Dude,” the group also invites “mellow, unflashy chicks who hang around in their bathrobes and take baths with candles and whale sounds,” says the religion’s Dudely Lama, Oliver Benjamin. “Everyone feels oppressed by society’s pressures,” he says. How to Protect Your Online Privacy 1. Use instead of Google Search. will give you the same search results as Google, without tracking you like Google does. The Online Reputation Management Guide The following Online Reputation Management Guide will show small businesses how to assess, build, track and monitor their online reputation. In most cases, you can follow these simple steps to easily grow your personal brand and/or small business. If you’d prefer, you can also download the ORM Guide as a PDF.

“Everyone’s Favorite Felon”: An Interview with Bernie Ellis « Democrats for Progress “Convicted felon.” What comes to mind when you read those words? Perhaps you immediately visualize a mobster, a Capone, a Gotti. Or maybe a white-collar crook, a Madoff, a Skilling, an Ebbers. Or a murderer, a rapist, a bank robber, a gangbanger. Bernie Ellis is a convicted felon. Online Reputation Management: 16 Free Tools In the first part of this series, I provided an overview of Online Reputation Management (ORM) and why it’s an important activity to adopt in your business and professional life. This post will outline some of the free tools available for monitoring your online reputation. Blog Monitoring 1. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board pares down inventory on wine and spirits Prices on Cabo Uno Tequila, Little Penguin Pinot Noir and one-liter bottles of Bushmills Irish Whiskey will be slashed in Pennsylvania. Dan GleiterThe Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is reducing its inventory and will sell more than 400 spirits and wine at clearance prices starting March 1. Get them while you can. Before long, these and about 400 other products, will disappear from the state’s liquor and wine store shelves.

Social Media Community Management iScream Social Media Community Management Packages save you time by monitoring your online reputation and managing your brand’s social media community. Each package is as unique as our clients. Here are a few examples: Trust law The trustee may be either an individual, a company, or a public body. There may be a single trustee or multiple co-trustees. The trust is governed by the terms under which it was created. In most jurisdictions, this requires a contractual trust agreement or deed. History[edit] ZeitGeist: Marijuana cola in stores soon now playing Joe: Jeb doesn’t seem all in yet on 2016up next Joe: Putin has no fear of a strong US Married congressman caught kissing staffer Harry Reid’s ‘bush league’ gift move Why wealthy candidates act like they aren’t Debating Jeb Bush’s bonafides from both sides Hoyer: Dems have chance of taking back House Lindsey Graham takes on GOP field in primary RNC head: Dems not having honest talk on pay Ehrenreich: Living wage is a moral issue What did we learn on Tuesday? The role of government in closing wage gap Breaking down the Obamacare support numbers Relationship between Wall St. and White House National Urban League releases annual report Why now for a vote on Scottish independence? Barnicle heads to Fenway’s Opening Day What did we learn on Monday?