Online Reputation Protection Through Creating Positive Assets
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JW Maxx Solutions is an industry-leading online reputation management firm that provides positive media outcomes to growth-oriented companies, and is now revealing ways to protect an online reputation through the creation of positive assets.
Scottsdale, Arizona - JW Maxx Solutions understands that many individuals and clients are concerned with online reputation protection. When it comes to an online landscape, it is imperative that search engine results come up as positive when prospective clients and customers search a brand name.
Reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions realizes that sometimes, customers will not be satisfied, even if the product is perfect or the service is great. People are much more likely to post negative reviews online than they are to post positive ones. Even if a company's customers are 99 percent satisfied, that one percent can cause havoc when it comes to search engine results. It is for this reason that it is absolutely necessary for businesses to create positive assets in order to deflect any negative press that may potentially be written about them. Reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions is revealing the top tips for online reputation protection through the creation of positive assets.
1. Social Media
The creation of social media accounts is one of the best ways to create robust, positive assets that rank highly on search engine results. Google+ pages, Facebook fan pages, Twitter accounts, Tumblr feeds and more can all be used to deflect negative press. JW Maxx Solutions adds that in order for these assets to become as powerful and robust as possible in deflecting negative content, it is essential to post on them regularly. While this may seem like a chore, it is an advantage to have all of these profiles in order to reach the maximum audience possible as well as to increase engagement with clients and consumers.
Blogging sites such as Blogger and WordPress have extremely high page rankings. Google's algorithms determine a page ranking based on the quality and number of links a website has associated with it, in order to determine a rough estimate of how important the website is. Higher page ranked websites usually show up higher on search engine results, which is why it is advantageous to set up profiles and blogs on these sites. Blogs do very well on the Internet, mainly because of their versatility and ability to be customized. Reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions encourages businesses and individuals to create blogs in order to write about their news, share their thoughts and share pictures, video and other media.
"Blogs are one of the greatest tools that a business can use to create a positive asset," said reputation specialist and CEO of JW Maxx Solutions, Walter Halicki. "Blogs are customizable, easy to use and rank great."
3. Positive Press
Writing a press release about something newsworthy that the company has done recently or about a future event or project and disseminating this press on several press release websites is another way to create robust and effective positive assets. While this may be costly, it is one of the fastest ways to change an online landscape.
Online reputation protection can be achieved through several different ways, but the best way to protect an online reputation is through the creation of positive media assets. While online reputation management incorporates much more than positive assets, it is certainly a great place to start in changing an Internet landscape for the better. For more information about the online reputation management services that JW Maxx Solutions provides, visit http://www.jwmaxxsolutions.com.
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