On the Internet 444243 Social BlaBla Apr 22, 2020 15:02 internet reputation internet reputationThe good, the ugly, the bad… Anything published about you on the internet can surface in a simple search or just a little digging, with all that that entails. Erik Kopelman , a phone number list development professional for a New York internet agency, has had to deal with an accusation that surfaced online in 1997, when he was on student council at the State University of New York at Binghamton. “The allegation of embezzlement appeared in the student newspaper. He knew that he could give a convincing explanation if there was a problem at some point and, in fact, there was not, but it was a phone number list of concern during the first two years that I was looking for a job.
Kopelman says that over time he stopped thinking about it so much. “In the years since then, no one has mentioned it again. Now my resume speaks for itself.” Twelve years later, this internet entry doesn't get past the second page of results when you Google phone number list name. He hasn't done anything to get rid of the result, but there are ways to build a good phone number list reputation online and ward off negative results that could deter hiring companies. The best way to manage a reputation on the internet is to generate positive search results that appear at the top of the list when searching on Google and displace negative results. Some of Erik Kopelman's early results include his LinkedIn profile and issues related to his involvement with charities like the American Cancer Society and the phone number list Liver Foundation. According to Andy Beal , co-author of the book Radically Transparent.
Monitoring and Managing Reputations Online , personal pages on sites like Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter rank high in Google searches. LinkedIn in particular sends a positive message to prospective employers because it is considered a highly professional network. Andy says that 78% of hiring companies use search engines in their selection phone number list for new candidates. Jason Fleischer , chief human resources officer at Abacus Group , finds that social networks like Facebook and, to a larger scale, LinkedIn, are helpful in some of the searches he does: "The resume usually makes the first impression, but Facebook can transform what you it is a cold search in a much more human process, especially if you have interests or friends in common.