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Your online reputation is your key to success. Employers, colleagues and even boyfriends and girlfriends are all checking you out online. Here are 5 tips to manage your online reputation.
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5 tips to manage your online reputation

5 tips to manage your online reputation

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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? Here are 5 tips.

  1. Nothing is a secret – if it’s online it can be found. Be aware that anything and everything about you online is available to the world and will be the basis of many peoples first impression about you. So make sure you only post information that you want the world to find and don’t ever think that time will make something disappear.

 

  1. Be consistent – if your LinkedIn profile positions you as a conservative professional then it probably isn’t a good idea to cover your Facebook page in party pics. Whatever image you are trying to present to the world, make sure your online behaviour is consistent.

 

  1. Be smart about privacy – turning on all your privacy settings isn’t necessarily the only way to manage your online reputation. There is a lot more to your online reputation than just social media. And in fact if your social media profiles present a good impression then opening them up to the world can be a good thing. Always try to protect your personal information but in an online world be careful that you don’t remove yourself from the digital economy completely.

 

  1. Your online presence is about more than just social media – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and a host of other social media platforms dominate many peoples’ online lives. But the online world extends way beyond social media. News articles, academic papers, restaurant reviews and thousands of other interactions all contribute to your online reputation. Pay attention to all of your online activities.

 

  1. Monitor your online reputation – understanding how you appear online is the first step in managing your online reputation. You can’t fix what you don’t know. Take the time to review your social media posts and search for information available about you through major search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing. And of course get your score from myonlinerep.

 

Do you have a bad online reputation. Find out how to fix it.

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  • Marcello Verrecchia
    Posted at 23:30h, 10 November Reply

    Hi there,

    It never occurred to me that some individuals can be that sinister with a malignant intention to damage other Peoples reputation. But I sweetly have come to believe that in a competitive world where the stakes are higher grown up people become like small children again. Some find joy especially if of the jealous kind to act in its own interest for self-preservation.

    Personally everybody should mind their own and if any concern surfaces, these individuals should see any better qualified person as an example. Most of all demonstrate respect for all and for oneself.

    It’s all about intelligence that is promoted by right or left side of emotions, and without reading any particular books we may find the very essence of human behaviour derives from a pattern that will start developing in early childhood and if one awakens during this development you may be able to follow its true phenome through life. But how to improve such wisdom? Could be like false gold, shiny but not true gold. I have no idea, its either a part of your make-up or some just make it up to survive. It’s the hammer vs the nail.
    Good luck, and ensure your thumb/finger does not intrusively show up at the wrong moment.

    The humble Linkedin user since 2008
    Reg. M

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