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Posts Tagged ‘Reputation’

7 Ways to Totally Destroy Your Reputation on Twitter

You spend weeks upon weeks carefully crafting your reputation on Twitter, only to see all your efforts demolished by a single tweet. It’s an uphill battle to make yourself into who you want to be 140-characters at a time, and all it takes is a single mistake to see all of that effort crumble. Here are 7 ways to destroy your reputation on Twitter, in case you did want to take a dive.
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How To Manage Your Digital Reputation [INFOGRAPHIC]

Your online reputation can make or break your business. As much as you might be hesitant about “being fake” online, there is a big difference between managing your reputation and sanitizing everything you tweet – and the former can help your business immensely.

This infographic from KBSD shows you how you can effectively manage a positive corporate reputation on social networks, while maintaining your brand’s voice.
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The Fail Trail: Understanding 3 Social Media Crises [Infographic]

Social media and its viral platform cousins have changed the dynamics of public relations crisis. Word of mouth spreads the news faster and “facts” [true or not] and “opinions” [informed or speculative] tend to have a very long life on search engines.

Alterian recently took a deep look at three infamous social media driven PR crises — Nestle, United Airlines and Domino’s — to understand the effect they had on each brand’s reputation. In all three instances, Alterian found that the more proactive the brand was in handling the crisis, the more quickly they were able to recover.

The infographic below provides analysis and offers advice should you be in the PR crisis hot seat.
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