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SOURCE Reputation Maxx
The reputation experts at Reputation Maxx details some of the steps to take in order to start repairing an online landscape that has lots of negative press on it.
PHOENIX, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Whether it is an individual or a multibillion-dollar company, any reputation is vulnerable online unless steps are taken in order to fortify the first page of search engine results against future attacks. Often, reputations are damaged by a single piece of negative content that can spiral down into further negativity if nothing is done in response. The target of negative press can respond publicly to the issue, but this is only one step in the process of managing a reputation.
Even if the content in the complaint or negative press is not true, it is still there for the world to see, especially if it is on the first page of the company or individual's search engine results. When potential clients or consumers take a look at these negative posts, it will not only deter them from doing business with that company or individual, but they will likely tell their friends and family to avoid that company as well. The fact that the material can still be found in search results has the ability to influence an individual's opinion and perhaps resurface an issue that has already been resolved and left in the past shares Phoenix Reputation Management Firm Reputation Maxx.
Individuals, not just companies, suffer from having a negative web presence. Postings of party pictures on social media accounts, arrest records for minor offenses and more can negatively impact how great a prospective employee looks to an employer. It is of the upmost importance to make sure that privacy settings are strict and to never post anything while intoxicated or angry, advises the Phoenix Reputation Management Firm of Reputation Maxx.
"As seen time and time again with celebrities, things that are deleted off of Facebook and Twitter are not deleted from the Internet – the ability to screenshot anything ensures that mistakes will be around for a long time," said reputation expert and CEO of Reputation Maxx, Walter Halicki.
Nobody wants to have a damaged reputation that can make life more difficult by being alienated by others and not having as many opportunities due to the perceived mark of a bad reputation. By getting professional help, clients will be able to repair the way that they look online and devise a multi-pronged defense plan that is tailored for their company or individual specific needs. Even if there is not an immediate need for online reputation management, it is important to take a proactive approach to make sure that no negativity surfaces later, or at least that it has a harder time of showing up.
Regardless of the situations that may arise, the reputation experts at Reputation Maxx will help individuals and businesses to maintain positive reputations so they can continue to prosper and grow. It is best not to wait for issues to come up or proceed with inaction when negative posts do surface. Taking the initiative before problems happen will save time and effort in the future that can be used for more constructive purposes. For more information, contact the Phoenix Reputation Management Firm of Reputation Maxx today at http://www.reputationmaxx.com.
Reputation Maxx is a full-service online reputation management firm that offers solutions ranging from its trademarked Reputation Rescue™ package to its Media Blitz Package. Reputation Maxx is part of a fine group of companies that includes JW Maxx Solutions, Prensa Ahora and Enterate Ahora. To check out a version of this press release in Spanish, click on Enterate Ahora now.
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