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In the age of the internet and social media, it's easier than ever for people to steal intellectual property -- intentionally or unintentionally. The trick is knowing how to combat it when it happens to you.
If you're a victim of defamatory online content, you have options to get it removed -- and educating yourself on what exactly you can do is the first step.
These tips and best practices will help you take back control -- and maintain it.
Eventually somebody will write something unpleasant about your business. You better have a plan.
For entrepreneurs, the stakes of "losing their face" online can lead to disastrous consequences.
Taylor Swift makes certain not one of her fans feels like a number, which is part of why she has more fans than she could possibly count.
This Entrepreneur's Online Reputation Was Destroyed. He Used His Experience Fixing It to Form a Multimillion-Dollar Company.
Here's Pete Kistler's story -- and tips for improving your own online presence.
The most complex and abstract aspect of building your online reputation is the public perception and reviews and it is also one of the most important
The need to find a way out of the puddle created by bad reviews, comments, defamation, and rumors gave birth to Online Reputation Managers
While you are diligently using good-guy tactics to boost your online presence, a malicious competitor can be undoing it all.