Reputation Management: How To Remove Bad Reviews Online
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Have you been affected by bad reviews online? Has an angry ex-employee, or a hard to please customer ruined your online reputation? If so, I'd like to teach you how to fix it and reclaim your brand.
Reputation is important. SearchEngineLand recently published a survey that showed 79% of consumers trust reviews they read online as much as a personal recommendation from a friend.
What does that mean for you?
It means when a potential customer looks you up online and sees bad reviews, they're going to find someone else to spend their money with. That's a scary thought, isn't it?
Don't worry, my course can help!
Fixing your bad reviews and managing your reputation has never been easier. In fact, I'm convinced that my course is the most comprehensive course out there for fixing a persons reputation online. Referring back to those stats earlier, fixing your bad reviews could mean nearly an 80% increase in business.
So don't wait. The time is now to hide those bad reviews... To remove Ripoff Report... To get rid of the angry review an ex-employee left you.
You'll also get access to all of the templates and tools I use to repair an online reputation.
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|Section 1: The Review Portal|
Editing The PostcardPreview
Creating The Bad Review FormPreview
Installing The Portal
Flagging Inappropriate Reviews
|Section 2: Wiping Out Sites Like Rip Off Report|
The Copyright Loophole
Researching Authority Sites
Using Drop My Link
Taking Advantage of Expired Domains
Running A Press Release
Paul James, 26 years old, has built a stellar reputation in the internet marketing community for providing clear, effective training material that works. His unique methods and strategies have taught numerous people how to make money online, with many of his protégés posting their results publicly.
But life wasn’t always so great for Paul.
Just three short years ago, Paul lived in his brother’s garage. He drove his 1993 Nissan Maxima to work as a part-time cashier job at Walmart, where his wages barely covered food and gas. Life could have been better, far better, and he knew it.
Paul’s strong passion for music kept life interesting – he played guitar in his band, occasionally contributing keyboard and vocals too. In these days, he spent much of his free time promoting his band online to build up a following. One day while browsing the web, he came across a make money online (MMO) ad.
He felt skeptical, but also curious. By this time, Paul had developed considerable computing skills and knowledge – he learned HTML when he was only eight years old – and it made sense to him that he could make money online given his strong background in computing. He bought the product.
Today, he believes it was destiny, because he certainly wasn’t looking for what he found.
It said that to make money online, he should build several small blog websites in different niches, rank them in search engines, and then monetize them with Google Adsense ads. He followed this advice and to his surprise, it started to work – he was making money! Next, he expanded his business footprint by pushing CPA offers through MySpace and marketing for local business owners, helping them rank their businesses in Google (using the same skills he had acquired from ranking his own blogs).
He continued down this path, learning and expanding every day, and before long, business was booming.
A mere three years after living in his brother’s garage, driving his ’93 Nissan Maxima clunker to Walmart, and hoping for something more, Paul had gained something much better – freedom. Paul bought his first home at the young age of 26 and retired the Nissan Maxima in favor of a nicer, more reliable Mercedes-Benz SUV.
Today, Paul has no boss, and works from home on his own schedule. He is grateful to have stumbled upon the ad that eventually enabled him to live life on his own terms. And of course, some things never change – he still loves to play music and write songs.