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High Ranking Public Profiles??? Personal reputation management help

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Ronnie9200, Dec 4, 2012.

  1. Ronnie9200

    Ronnie9200 Junior Member

    Dec 6, 2011
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    So i'm doing some personal reputation management for a college of mine. I'm wondering if anyone has a list of Personal Profile websites for individuals and/or businesses that will fill up the first few pages of google... We would like to post a resume on all of the profiles for her.

    What sites tend to rank well naturally!? Any help would be much appreciated!

  2. charto03

    charto03 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Jun 8, 2010
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    fixing your rep.
    zerply wordpress and blogspot. I run the biggest rep. man company here!
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  3. jsherloc

    jsherloc Junior Member

    Nov 14, 2008
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    ^^^ What charto said, plus check out all of the "brand" web 2.0 websites out there.

    Here is a good list from Know'em (a good number of these tend to rank pretty well in these types of situations)

    Actually here is the thread on BHW with popular web 2.0's too

    In the BHW thread, another member linked to a page containing another Web 2.0 list

    If she really wants to stand out and go "all out" with personal reputation management, try promoting her resume/experiences/portfolio etc through other media as well. Google loves diversity within their search results. (only do this extra stuff if you're being compensated appropriately for your time). So in addition to the popular web 2.0 sites, you can look into stuff like producing simple videos for the popular video-sharing websites, professional and relevant images for the popular image-sharing websites, presentations that will rank for her name, location and relevant keywords, etc.

    Check out the following guide for a lot of useful personal online reputation management tactics. If she is providing the content (her resume, bio, work history etc) to you, there is a lot you can do and a lot of resources/website types/file types you can leverage. Look at some of the techniques in "Step 3" specifically:
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