Tag Archives: Online Reputation Management

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22 Niche Review Sites Your Business Can’t Afford to Ignore by @amelioratethis

Think Yelp or Google covers you? Think again. Here are top niche review sites to get your business listed on.

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Why “Puffery” is Bad for Your Brand’s Reputation by @TravinKeith

Puffery – making big claims that fail to deliver – can do costly damage to your brand's reputation. Avoid! Here's why.

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Google Introduces Verified Customer Reviews, Retires Trusted Stores Program by @MattGSouthern

Google is retiring its Trusted Stores program while introducing a brand new way to gain customers’ confidence.

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SEJ Live: Rhea Drysdale on Understanding Your Brand’s Reputation by @rinadianewrites

Rhea Drysdale joined #SEJLive to talk about understanding your brand's reputation through reputation marketing. Rhea also gave examples of companies doing reputation marketing right and shared advice on how teams can work together to build a good reputation for their company.

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Google My Business is Now Automating Ownership Conflict Resolution by @MattGSouthern

Google has launched a new feature which gives business owners the ability to streamline the process of reclaiming ownership of their GMB listing.

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Google thaws (a little) on defamation cases

Would-be-legal remedies for online reputation issues are still up in the air, explains contributor Chris Silver Smith, arguing that it may be time to amend the applicable legislation. The post Google thaws (a little) on defamation cases appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Google Reduces Star Rating Threshold: Why Businesses Should Take Notice by @AdamHeitzman

Google recently reduced its threshold to show star ratings for businesses and owners should take notice.

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Ethics in Online Marketing: Does Brand Morality Matter? by @twitter.com/malleeblue

Ethics in business is alive and well, and those businesses who embrace it are more likely to succeed. What questions should you ask your marketing agency about ethics?

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Paradigm shift: Has Google suspended defamation removals?

Columnist Chris Silver Smith takes a look at what could be a recent policy shift in Google's longstanding informal policy of granting court-ordered defamation removal requests. The post Paradigm shift: Has Google suspended defamation removals? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Watch Out for Malicious Images in Google My Business Listings by @MattGSouthern

There is a new negative SEO tactic going around which involves photos being maliciously inserted into Google My Business listings.

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