Ever wish you could scrub embarrassing college pics from Facebook? Or the string of negative reviews about your small business that an embittered customer posted?
Do you worry that prospective employers will see the youthful mug shot that you can’t get off the first page of your Google results?
As we increasingly live out our lives online, we’re finding that not only are there major downsides to all of that social media over sharing but we may have little control over the way we appear on the internet.
A person who wants to do damage to your reputation will find few obstacles online, easily tarnishing your good name.
Enter online reputation managers.
Part PR gurus, part tech experts, they specialize in providing online makeovers often by burying negative search results and promoting content that accentuates a client’s desired image.