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Online Reputation Management

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by brandonabell, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. brandonabell

    brandonabell Newbie

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    Hello everyone,
    I am working for a reputation project for many times but I didn't get more success. So please help me about this I created some sister sites for them and promote them to push down bad reviews but it did give me accepted results.
     
  2. henrikas

    henrikas Regular Member

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    As i understood from your Google translate comment: you have a problem with RM.

    All you have to do is to promote twitter, facebook, youtube, linkedin accounts and etc., also press releases, articles, business listings, etc.

    You have to add links to these pages on other domains. I use forum comments, blog comments, web 2.0 profiles, articles, social media.
     
  3. a813594

    a813594 Newbie

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    Yes, links are very important!
     
  4. markhenry121

    markhenry121 Elite Member

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    I will suggest you some point, I think it's very helpful for you to get more success
    Know your customers
    Know the employee experience
    Watch what you say! Choose your online voice carefully
    Build your online reputation now
    Monitor
    Be sincere
     
  5. brandonabell

    brandonabell Newbie

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    Thanks for your suggestion these are really helpful but these techniques consume alot of time and I am already doing this Please tell me something advanced and faster techniques....
     
  6. moeatwa

    moeatwa Regular Member

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    There are no quick fixes Brandon... :(

    You're just going to have to promise and deliver. Always make sure that you keep in touch with your clients. There's nothing that pisses off these sort of clients off worse than being left in the dark for long patches of time.
     
  7. sonotony

    sonotony Newbie

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    If it was that easy, people couldn't get away with charging $5,000 - $10,000 for the service. Too bad you can't just outsource ORM to a fiverr job.
     
  8. Poppa Rotzee

    Poppa Rotzee Power Member Premium Member

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    Visit TalkORM.com for some free online reputation management advice.
     
  9. Dr.Reed

    Dr.Reed Newbie

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    As everyone above has mentioned there is no quick fix or overnight black hat or white hat method .

    But here is some good advice.

    1. Know the problem: If your client/prospect has a website that has negative stuff i.e a Negative property and is been there since 2008 there is no way that will be fixed overnight as this is a historical problem.

    2. If there is more than one negative property for the same ''keyword/ key phrase'' again this will take time and you will need to know the attributes of each individual negative property: how long its been there, what if any pr rank it has, is it from a credible source i.e news paper article.

    3. The more credible the source the more likely it will be harder to knock off because its sticky.

    4. Most importantly if you're explaining this to the client/prospect and he/she doesn't seem like the patient type you best leave him/her alone and tell them respectfully I don't think we will be able to meet your expectations if you want this done overnight.

    My terms are ''X'' you want ''Z'' it doesn't seem we will be a good fit on this occasion and I value my own reputation as a renowned expert in this field all the best.

    I kid you NOT when the client/prospect returns to ask for your help again after losing a business deal because of the negative property or their profits have sunk due to potential customers not wanting to take the risk because they are in ''caveat emptor mode'' he/she will return with a more humble/tame approach.
     
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  10. SeoTrain

    SeoTrain Regular Member Premium Member

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    Social Media websites can help good.