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Reputation Management Posting Software?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by nam6641, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. nam6641

    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    Anyone know a good reputation management posting software... meaning software that will post to all the review sites so you can put up a lot of positive reviews about a person or product or site?
     
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    yuyo Regular Member

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    i don't know about any software yet! that does this..
     
  3. Dr.Reed

    Dr.Reed Newbie

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    Beware posting reviews on behalf of clients can have legal consequences especially if done incorrectly.

    Fake reviews can open up the client up to litigation who will in turn pass the responsibility to the person who posted the fake review citing he didn't understand that was what was been done.
     
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    seoguru13 Senior Member

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    There's this website called glowingreviews.co . Never tried it, but it can post to msot USA based reputation sites. Worth a try though.
     
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    riverguzzler Newbie

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    It's really best to get authentic reviews, which really isn't that difficult. I coach all my ORM clients and their employees on the importance and benefit or online reputation and how to get reviews. 90% of them achieve glimmering 5 star ratings within 60 days simply by following the pocess and using our software. I say this assuming you are doing ORM for a client. I can elaborate and give you a few pointers if I'm not going too far for my first post in BHW...
    BTW, what does this emoticon mean? I don't get it.... :7:
     
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    You could do it the legit way as well. Ask your customers to leave one for you. Go a step further and offer them a coupon in exchange for an honest review.
     
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    Reviews are probably one of the most heavily moderated systems on the internet. Not only do you have advanced bot detection algorithms, GEO reviews to IP location, moderators, and trust scores to game, but you have user groups that feel very strongly about the integrity of some of these networks like yelp AND your competition watching you like a hawk. Running a tight ship plus incentivize your existing customers to post reviews is not only the best bet, but the easiest with the best results.
     
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