myonlinerep - your personal online reputation score
myonlinerep is a unique reputation management tool that scores your online reputation. We collect a wide range of data about your online life and produce an easy to understand score so you know what all that information means.
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93% of recruiters
check online profiles

What are they learning about you?

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1bn+ names searched
online every day

What do they find when they search for you?

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Has someone killed
your online reputation?

63m+ social media profiles are impersonators

The world’s first online reputation score

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IDENTITIES STOLEN
EVERY MINUTE

How safe is your online reputation?

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APPLICANTS FOR EVERY JOB

50%  of candidates are eliminated from the process as a result of online information.

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PROFESSIONALS CHANGE THEIR ONLINE PROFILE EVERY HOUR

Are you reviewing the right profile?

163
FAKE SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS CREATED EVERY MINUTE

Around 30% of these impersonate a real person.

Checklist for managing your online reputation

In the digital economy your online reputation is your key to success. Employers, colleagues and even boyfriends and girlfriends are all checking you out online. So how do you ensure your online reputation helps rather than hurts you?

fake online profiles

Professionals are over-cooking their online CVs with those claiming to have Masters degrees and attracting a high number of endorsements the most likely to be exaggerating their qualifications and experience. And many online profiles are a complete fabrication with 163 fake social media accounts created every minute.

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A poor online reputation can be devastating but it’s not as surprising as it may sound. Around 15% of people have negative listings appear on the first page of search results while around 25% of people have no positive information about them online at all.

The world’s first online reputation score

What’s your online reputation?

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