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Everything you need to know about taking control of your online reputation.
The greatest reason to manage and improve your online reputation is to maintain the ability to earn leads. It matters less if consumers find your brand through online marketing campaigns, offline campaigns, or word of mouth.
When executing an online reputation management campaign many people fail to realize that there are two significantly different categories of online reputation management. At Rank K.O. classifies ORM campaigns as either “Proactive” or “Reactive” ORM.
Rank K.O. categorizes our online reputation management campaigns into “Proactive” or “Reactive” ORM campaigns. Reactive reputation management involves the assistance with improving search traffic to owned assets, and decreasing traffic to negative online properties.
In 2013, Google released the “Domain Crowding Update”. After the update, search engine users became much less likely to see multiple search results from the same domain.
Search engines take into consideration over 200 different factors when they determine the rankings of search results. UX signals and click through rates are two of those signals.
Online reputation management for individuals is drastically different than reputation management for businesses. The first major difference is that you are a person, not a company. Consequently, consumers won’t be reviewing you or providing a star rating.
Our team of analysts will conduct a thorough analysis of your brands online reputation and provide a comprehensive report of our findings. In this report, our team will analyze your brands reputation from a local and national perspective.
When gauging your brands online reputation, understanding your strengths and weaknesses is extremely important. An Online Reputation Management (ORM) Keyword plan can be defined as “search terms that are of increased importance for online reputation management”.
For both enterprise reputation management and reputation management for individuals, backlinking is at the very core of controlling your brands online reputation management. Search engines see backlinks as a vote of confidence for a particular website and webpage.
On September 14, 2012, Google announced an algorithm update which has been unofficially labeled as the “Domain Crowding Update”. The goal of the update was to improve “the diversity of search results in terms of different domains returned”.
Rank K.O. specializes in every reputation management campaign based on the status of the client’s current online reputation, potential vulnerabilities, and the client’s needs.