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Tamy Bond
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How to protect your reputation online: Recognize it’s a long-term project. There is no "quick fix" to building a solid online reputation. Make sure to have plenty of positive content available for search engines to find and overcome any negative content.

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When you stop chasing the wrong things, you give the right things a chance to catch you.
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Protect your reputation online: I have 2 questions. If not now, when? If not you, then who? No one cares about your business more than you. Take care of your hard work!

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As a business owner, your biggest responsibility is to make sure that all operations run smoothly and you limit risks. Many business owners turn over their online reputation to other individuals or companies but it is important to understand the benefits…

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Knock, knock
Who’s there?
Doris
Doris who?
Doris locked! Please let me in!
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How to protect your reputation online: Protect your name! Be proactive and list your name across several different platforms. If possible, include it in your domain name.

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Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations.
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How to Protect Your Online Reputation: Harness the power of social reviews. Ask people to leave a review and then follow up with a thank you. Have a negative review? Be sure to respond and listen to their issue. Interaction online is great for building a positive reputation.

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The Internet is loaded with information. When we want to know the answer to a question, we simply Google it or ask Siri. We assume that what we find is true and, for the most part, it is. But, what if this information isn’t true or helpful to our…

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A little boy went to the library to check out a book titled Comprehensive Guide for Mothers.
"Is this for your mother?" the librarian asked.
"No," said the boy.
"So why are you checking it out?"
"Because I started collecting moths last week."
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