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For businesses these days, Online Reputation Management is more important than ever before. One of the major reasons is that failure to monitor and be proactive about your business' reputation can and will cost you money - at least it does for most businesses.
Kalem Aquil, Marketing Consultant and owner of www.LongBeachReputationManagement.com will share why online reputation is so important to business owners and how they can ensure that their businesses aren't experiencing "profit leaks"
Today’s guest is Christopher Griffin, owner, of tripple7marketing, LLC. Christopher will be talking with us about Reputation Management; The Brand Review and what it means for local SMB owners.
Christopher Griffin - Internet Marketing Expert and Coach Considered by many as a true pioneer of simple online video creation and marketing,
Christopher has created and published over 40 internet marketing related courses and taught and coached thousand's across the globe on his highly creative marketing and prospecting methods. Inspired by an "over deliver product value" philosophy, over 10,000 students have benefited from Christopher's products. www.triple7marketingllc.com
Businesses need customers in their stores. Imagine the impact of leveraging a good reputation…You’ve earned it.
People are talking about your business, and others are reading posted reviews. Provide your customers a managed portal to share personal reviews and/or comments about your business.
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It’s your reputation…And it is a lot harder to repair one.
HR Happy Hour 171 - Workforce Reputation Management
Recorded Friday, August 23, 2013
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve Boese and Trish McFarlane sat down with Mark Bennett, Product Strategy Director for Oracle Social HCM Cloud, Fusion Profile Management, and Workforce Reputation Management, for an interesting and informative conversation about how concepts like influence, reputation, and social connectedness between and among employees can help organizations better understand the capability of their workforces and help individuals better manage their careers.
On the open web the ideas of influence and reputation are not new, services like Klout and Kred have been attempting to understand, quantify, and provide insights as to who might be influential and in what areas do people have strong reputations. Taking these ideas and applying them inside organizations, and thinking more deeply about how people's interactions with one another, how they are evaluated by their peers, and what artifacts of their work reveal about their reputation represent some of the most cutting-edge thinking about workplaces today.
Mark is a friend and really interesting guy, and I think you will find the discussions challenging and interesting at the same time. And I encourage you to think about your own workplaces and how some of these ideas might help you in your HR and Talent challenges.
Thanks Mark for taking the time to join us this week!
Hi Everyone today's topic is "Online Privacy and Reputation Management". My special guest today is Polly Wood. Polly is the Senior Team Leader Special Projects at Reputation.com. Polly oversees the management of the firm’s most complex and sophisticated case work. Her clients include politicians, Fortune 100 companies and their executives. Prior to her work with Reputation.com, Polly Wood served as a Private Equity Research Analyst with Hall Capital Partne
When it comes to attaining and even more important, maintaining your reputation online, you had better mind your Ps and Qs. More importantly, you need to mine your social sites to keep track of what customers, prospects and competitors have to say about you. Tis is one lesson you don't want to learn the hard way. On this episode we will show you how to keep track of what's being said about your firm, as well as the ins and outs of steam cleaning any black marks from y
There is more to Product Management than just building and launching new functionality to the market. At some point the product will need to contrbute to the business too. In this weeks Brainrant Natalie Yan-Chatonsky speaks with Roy McBurney to discuss the Business Management of Products.
Can you explain what is meant by the business management of products? What might some of the activities be when we undertake the business management of product? Why is business management of the product important? Is it the job of the Product Manager to do this? If we’re not doing it now, how can we start? To keep up with brainmates follow us on:
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Apartment Marketing Gone Digital: Episode 88 Residents have more ways than ever to voice their opinion about their apartment community, and there are a number of solutions coming online to help apartment marketers track ratigns, respond to reviews and monitor their overall online reputation. On this week's episode, the group discusses online reputation management for apartment communities, including new vendors, best practices and other tips to keep in mind when it comes to your apartmen
Ross Goldberg is a best selling author who has released dozens of training programs, and helped thousands of internet entrepreneurs get more leads from the web. A former gang leader and disabled army veteran who has had two near-deather experiences, he turned his life around when he discovered that he could make money online. He started by selling on eBay, but decided after his first year online that he would be better suited to helping others succeed. He now focuses on creating info products and software to help people build their own businesses.
Ross can attest that reputation is everything, and that honor and integrity makes a big difference in achieving success. Establishing an online reputation includes SEO, which Ross is a master at. These days it also includes social media, blogging, and other ways that we present ourselves online. And if false rumors or accusations appear, we need to know how to deal with it effectively. But reputation is both seen and unseen. Creating a fake persona no longer flies... it's about being congruent, genuine and transparent with and about ourselves, and accepting the karma that comes with our choices.
Brainrants from Brainmates Inaugural Show with Adrienne Tan, Nick Coster and Natalie Yan-Chatonsky "New and Old Product Management", language was raised at the 2013 Product Management Festival in Zurich. 1. Is there such a thing as Old and New Product Management? 2. Why is this language emerging? 3. What does it mean for the Product profession? 4. What benefits does it drive? 5. What are the issues when we use this language? http://www.brainmates.com @brainmates music "Hurricane" intro courtesy of @BlameSally
Greg Geracie, President of Actuation Consulting, will discuss the newly available ProdBOK, The Product Management Body of Knowledge!
For the last three years approximately sixty of the industry’s leading product professionals banded together and contributed to the development of the ProdBOK Guide. The goal? To distill a collaborative cornerstone that can be built upon to ensure that the product management profession better supports the needs of the product community at large.
Learn about managing products to success at Product Bootcamp San Francisco Oct 10-12! http://bit.ly/14ZagOP
Oct 10: workshops re: competitive space & Lean startup way. http://bit.ly/14SMcaC
Oct 11 Startup Product Summit SF2 lightning talks w/experts & practitioners.http://bit.ly/1bvsOFm
Oct 12 Product Camp San Francisco! true community unconference: You propose topics & present http://pcampsf.com
Anas Bahsas is Head of product management Toyota - Telematics in Saudi Arabia at Abdul Latif Jameel Company. He has more than 10 years of experience in Software management for enterprise , has been head of project management office and led large software implementation projects in his company.
Anas traveled from Saudi Arabia to attend Product Bootcamp SF, Startup Product Summit SF2 and ProductCampSF October 10-12, 2013
This is part 2 of how to manage your reputation online. This episode is all about how to monitor your reputation. This also includes how to use monitoring to find new clients and understand the size of the potential market for your service or product. I recommend you listen to the first part of this series on building your reputation or read my book that covers much of this information in detail. As always the show will be high paced with a lot of great info being given out. If you have questi