The reputation of your brand has a direct impact on your company’s success. If someone doesn’t feel they can trust you, your products or services, there’s no way they’ll become your customer. This is why constantly monitoring your online reputation
A bad Google review can be a tough pill to swallow for any business owner. Luckily, there are actions you can take if you feel that your company has received an unfair or fake view. Unfortunately, the process isn’t as easy as simply clicking “Delete”.
Do you think you’re immune to a reputation crisis? Think again! All companies should be aware of how to manage any issues that arise with their online reputation, as well as problems that arise from potential business, sales and profits.
Online reputation management (ORM) is a mixture of PR, content and SEO strategies to improve the online reputation, public perception and global reach of your brand, ensuring that it is attractive to both partners and customers.
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