What is Social Currency

Definition of Social Currency: Social currency is becoming the new buzzword for your personal and business brands, although the term is commonly misunderstood. Reputation911 defines social currency as the accumulation of social media sites, the level of popularity on those sites, along with the quality of followers that brings a value to your personal or […]

Reputation Management Pricing Factors

Online reputation management, is the practice of making individuals and businesses look good online. Online reputation management has become necessary with the advent of social media because online forums, blogs and other forms of online communication and information sharing has given a public voice to people so they can say anything about anyone from behind […]

Reputation Management Cost

The cost of Online Reputation Management varies based on many different factors, however Reputation911 breaks down pricing into the following two pricing packages: My Business Reputation and My Online Reputation. Each pricing package is designed for one search term, meaning if a client has multiple search terms in need of reputation management, that client may […]

How to Clean Up Your Online Reputation

In today’s online world we live in, your online presence could keep you from landing that dream job, acquire that new customer, or even finding your soul mate. If you have ever Googled yourself, the results can be quite shocking and sometimes extremely damaging. Without reputation management the skeletons in your closet will become the […]

Using Reputation Management to Land your Dream Job

The job market is more competitive than ever, and the last thing you want to do is give recruiters a reason to not even bring you in for an interview. Yet this is precisely what many applicants do, leaving stones unturned by failing to understand how recruiters are currently evaluating new candidates. The job candidates […]

Online Reputation Management Now on Google’s Radar

Last October, Google’s Head of Webspam Matt Cutts released a video that sent shockwaves throughout the online reputation management industry. Cutts used this video to explain how Google’s algorithm detects web spam and uses this information to build its search rankings. The video begins with an explanation of the types of web spam and link […]

Reputation911 Addresses #SochiProblems

Sochi, host of the 2014 Olympic Games, is currently in the midst of a reputation crisis.  Based on the more than 26,000 tweets shared in a 24 hour span, Sochi has become a laughing stock across social media platforms. Trending photos with the hashtag #SochiFail and tweets from user @SochiProblems have gone viral, making the […]

Reputation Management Cannot be an Afterthought

Nobody’s perfect, which is why at some point (if it has not already happened) a dissatisfied customer will raise his or her hand. Unfortunately the internet has made it very easy for customers to voice their dissatisfaction in public forums for the entire world to see. You can effectively respond to the negative criticism and […]

Data Privacy Day 2014: How to Keep from Being the Next “Target”

Data Privacy Day began in 2008 and is observed annually on January 28th. Initially, this day was directed toward protecting the personal information of young adults on social media sites.  However, due to the free flowing data that now exists online, the focus has grown to encompass businesses and consumers as well.  The Online Trust […]

Reputation Management for Teenagers

Today’s teenagers spend a lot of time on the internet but it’s nearly impossible for parents to oversee their every move. One misstep on social media or a blog that is not caught before it is indexed on Google could do major damage to a teen’s online reputation. While it is important for individuals of […]