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Curating a positive reputation is different than simply leaving it up to the random opinions of others. Advertising and PR are examples of how brands try to curate their own reputation. Coca Cola tries to associate itself with young healthy people through advertising.
Today, most people understand the reputation of a brand through the lens of search engines and social media with a certain amount reserved for the physical world. Online reputation management works to actively affect how a person or company is perceived by channeling positive information about a brand in a way that increases positive sentiment, while causing negative sentiment information to lose visibility.
First, we look into each unique case to determine if removal is possible. If so, we take every step necessary to initiate removal of the offending news item. In cases where removal isn’t possible, we then design a customized campaign to focus on suppression; a process involving the creation and curation of positive items aimed at helping you safely remove the news content from appearing in Google search results.
Regardless of the nature and location of your negative news article, we go to work fast, creating and implementing a strategy that begins the removal and suppression process. Our goal is to build you a better, stronger reputation as soon as possible.
Unpublishing can still inspire some deeply ingrained resistance in newsrooms, magazines, and other media outlets. It’s an area where newspaper practices and the overall news media have failed to catch up with technological changes, either because journalists still view themselves as writing the first draft of history, or because of plain old bureaucratic inertia.
If the information published about you is malicious and false–and you can prove that–you’ll have a good shot of getting the publication to correct, retract, or delete the information online. Typically, when determining whether information published online is factual and legitimate news, the most important factor in determining whether a removal is possible is by figuring out who the webmaster or organization who published the content is. In most cases, the only way to remove factual news stories is by contacting the publishing organization or webmaster. In other times, organizations and webmasters sometimes don’t even have a formal policy or framework in place to honor removal requests – therefore it’s imperative you reach out to an experienced online news article attorney.
After all, publications stand to lose a lot of money in a libel judgement if they refuses to correct a story that is wrong and defamatory.
In this piece, you’ll see why it isn’t always the easiest task when reaching out to online news organizations and media agencies to remove negative news articles and content.
Reputation can stem from one person’s judgment via a negative review or complaint, and then this can initiate a chain reaction as it negatively sways the collective judgment of a person or business. This new "identity" (reputation) can become overwhelming, and be all that consumers focus on.
There are also many subsidiary benefits to having a good reputation: businesses that enjoy a high standing may not have to spend a fortune advertising and marketing as their customers will frequently advertise their products and services by sharing with their friends.
Moreover, when it is endowed with a good reputation, an online business may be successful in avoiding lawsuits as a complainant may concede that the company's excellent public reputation could thwart their chances of winning. This may well reduce the company's legal legal costs, which in the case of smaller companies can prove so threatening.
A business reputation comprises the sum total of what consumers communicate that they feel about the company. They may feel a certain way, but if they don't communicate it then it doesn't affect reputation.
Much like with personal reputations, a positive corporate reputation can result in many benefits for your company.
To name a few:
Increased revenue and stock prices
Decreased churn rate
Increased customer lifetime value
Better job candidates and employees
Reputations can change quickly, so that is why it is so important to dedicate time, budget, and thought to building and maintaining your business' reputation. There are so many factors at play, in the form of online reviews, word of mouth, articles, blog posts and social media.
These can all have a significant impact on the way your company is perceived - for better or worse.When handling online removal of news articles and other online publications from Google and the Internet, it’s important to reach out to an experienced defamation and news article removal attorney to explore your options