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High Ranking Websites For Personal Name Reputation Management

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by bosmolskate, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. bosmolskate

    bosmolskate Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I am looking to help with reputation management for a clients specific name. I have created multiple profiles on web 2.0 websites. I have created a personal website with the domain name, facebook, linkedin, youtube, twitter, google plus, yahoo answers, myspace, digg, stumbleupon, wordpress.com, blogger, webs, xing, visualcv, multiply, tumblr, businesscard2, bigsight.org, quora, formspring.me, weebly, typepad, blog, xanga, livejournal....

    So far i have had excellent results with these sites, but I am looking for new ones

    The client wants more of the blogging sites so I can write a positive description rather than Twitter or Google Plus profiles. Any suggestions?

    Also, I was wondering what your reputation management strategy is for a personal name....

    I look forward to hearing your responses!
     
  2. Kaithe.Clarke

    Kaithe.Clarke Regular Member

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    Why don't you try Google knol... Its pretty good in term of content quality.
     
  3. bosmolskate

    bosmolskate Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Anyother suggestions besides KNOL?
     
  4. bosmolskate

    bosmolskate Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Knol did help and I have created other web 2.0 sites that are ranking but my client wants the first 5 pages cleaned.... :/
     
  5. foreclosureking

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    Here ya go!

    blog.com
    Soulcast.com
    squidoo.com
    wordpress.com
    tumblr.com
    xanga.com
    terapad.com
    onsugar.com
    insanejournal.com
    bravejournal.com
    webs.com
    quizilla.com
    wetpaint.com
    blurty.com
    20six.co.uk
    angelfire.com
    beep.com
    blinkweb.com
    blog.com
    blog.de
    blog.ca
    blog.co.uk
    blog.hr
    blogdrive.com
    blogetery.com
    bloghi.com
    blogger.com
    bloggerteam.com
    blogreaction.com
    blogs.ie
    blogsome.com
    blogster.com
    blogstream.com
    blogtext.org
    blurty.com
    bravenet.com
    busythumbs.com
    devhub.com
    edublogs.org
    fc2.com
    fotopages.com
    freeblogit.com
    freehostia.com
    freewha.com
    flukiest.com
    flixya.com
    freeflux.net
    gather.com
    hpage.com
    hubpages.com
    i.ph
    insanejournal.com
    inube.com
    jimdo.com
    journalspace.com
    livejournal.com
    moonfruit.com
    multiply.com
    my.opera.com nofollow
    nireblog.com
    officelive.com
    ohlog.com
    onsugar.com
    posterous.com
    quizilla.teennick.com
    rediff.com
    snappages.com
    sosblogs.com
    squidoo.com
    tabulas.com
    tblog.com
    terapad.com
    thoughts.com nofollow
    tripod.com
    tumblr.com
    twoday.net
    typepad.com
    typolis.net
    upsaid.com
    webs.com
    webnode.com
    webspawner.com
    webstarts.com
    weebly.com
    wetpaint.com
    wikidot.com
    wikispaces.com
    wordpress.com
    yola.com
    yousaytoo.com
    zimbio.com
    zoomshare.com

    Create profiles on all of these then link with contextual links.

    I do ORM too. :)
     
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  6. Thub15

    Thub15 Regular Member

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    What a fantastic list! Would you go into all of these sites and create profiles, or pick a few out of the bunch for a smaller linkwheel? Great Post