Monitoring online reputation for businesses, brand names, and even persons is a necessary evil in today’s world of consumer generated content via blogs, social media and review sites. It’s not just the search results that one has to worry about anymore but blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Yelp and the list goes on. One negative review can bring a small business to its knees. Monitoring what is being said about your company, its products and services and even its people, can be quite overwhelming to say the least.
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With the advent of social media and online review sites, it is easier than ever for consumers to give praise for their favorite products and/or services. And this is good… at least when consumers are giving out praises. But what about when they are not happy? Often, all it takes is one unhappy client to write a negative review and they end up trashing the reputation of an otherwise legitimate company’s product or service.
Just slapping your logo on your sites and printed matter is not enough. If you want to build […]
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Now that Facebook has officially taken over the world, it has become increasingly important to monitor your account […]
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