Online Reputation Management Resources for Individuals

by Posted @ Jul 15 2013

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For individuals looking to improve their online reputation, there are a number of resources that can help grow their positive online presence and push down any negative search results in Google.

One way to achieve this is to build out social media accounts and create professional-looking online profiles. In our experience, we’ve seen the greatest success with the following sites:

Top Social Media Websites to Engage On

    1. Twitter
    2. Facebook
    3. LinkedIn
    4. Google+
    5. Instagram
    6. Quora
    7. Pinterest
    8. YouTube

Websites Profiles Can be Created On

    1. About.me
    2. Flavors.me
    3. RebelMouse
    4. Corporation Wiki
    5. CrunchBase
    6. Flickr
    7. Photobucket
    8. Slideshare
    9. BBB
    10. Tumblr
    11. WordPress.com
    12. Blogger.com

Here are some additional online tools that may prove useful in improving an online reputation.

Social Media Monitoring Tools

  1. Trackur
  2. UberVu
  3. Radian6

Tech Tools

  1. IFTTT (useful for monitoring websites such as Wikipedia)
  2. Google Alerts
  3. TalkWalker (similar to Google Alerts, only one term free, but more reliable now)
  4. Google Analytics
  5. Google Adwords
  6. Open Site Explorer

Search All Complaint Websites

  1. https://gofishdigital.com/complaint-search/

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4 Comments

  1. Kat Haselkorn says:

    Awesome show today Brian! It was a great group of speakers. Thanks for sharing these resources for ORM.

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