- May 23, 2010 -
May 23, 2010 - Boca Raton, Florida -- Earlier this May, Syracuse University gave this year’s graduates a very special going away present—a six-month subscription to an ‘online reputation’ service that will help them manage their Internet reputation.
The university did not say how much it paid for the service but said the “online reputation’ service helps people manage the image portrayed about them on the Internet.
“Syracuse University gets it” said Herbert Tabin Co-Author of Do It Yourself Online Reputation Management – A Step-By-Step Guide ($24.95 Amazon.com ISBN-13: 978-0578050867)
. “They understand that often an employers’ first place to research a potential job applicant is right on the Internet and when the time comes to chose between two seemingly equal job applicants, employers will often chose the one that presents the best online image. The fact is this is one of the most challenging job markets in years and employers are only going to pick the best applicants and if you have anything online that is embarrassing on controversial those employers will most likely find it in a simple search and significantly reduce your chances of getting hired” .
“People believe what they read on Google” said Craig Agranoff Co-Author of Do It Yourself Online Reputation Management “That is why it is so important to have your most positive attributes pop up first when anyone does a search of your name on search engines like Google and Yahoo. So the question is what does the Internet say when you do a vanity search of your own name? If its not the image you want portrayed you need to do something about it and that’s where our book Do It Yourself Online Reputation Management can really help.”
About the Book- Do It Yourself Online Reputation Management
Do It Yourself Online Reputation Management (http://doityourselfonlinereputationmanagement.com
) The Internet, untruths, lies, exaggerations are easy to spread. And in this brave new frontier the Internet has become a place where the attackers have gained the upper hand, and the people who are victims are disadvantaged -- but you don't need to feel powerless any longer. If you know how to type in a web address, you can learn how to claim, repair, and monitor your online reputation. There is no software to buy, or computer languages to learn. This book teaches you how to get bad stuff about you off Google -- and good stuff on. Anybody can repair an online reputation using the simple, step-by-step guides in this book - a guide that that requires absolutely no programming or web development experience. With this book you will learn: * How to have search engines show what you want them to display about you * How to suppress information on search engines * How to remove information from search engines. Do It Yourself Online Reputation Management is now available on Amazon.com bit.ly/9o62lA
About the Authors
Craig Agranoff (www.craigagranoff.com)
is an entrepreneur, and national Social Media consultant as well as a noted specialist in online reputation management and monitoring. He has worked with many Internet startups and founded the tech blog sCommerce.com and Rev2.org. He was also a Tech/Social Media Correspondent in the New Times, and VentureBeat.com.Agranoff has been featured in the Miami Herald, New Times, The Palm Beach Post, AOL Digital Cities, Slice, CenterNetworks, Thrillist, Daily Telegraph, and The Sun-Sentinel. Also has appeared on Gary Vaynerchuck's Wine Library TV, Fox News, NBC News, Weekend Sunrise, and CBS News. He is a frequent speaker at tech events such as Refresh,and New Tech Community. He was also nominated at Mashable's Open Web Awards as a finalist for creating best Large Scale Social Network, winning best "Photo Sharing Website Category". Currently Craig is a columnist at InternetEvolution.com and The Palm Beach Post. Additionally, in his spare time, Craig's the Pizza Expert and founder of WorstPizza.com.
Herbert Tabin (www.herbtabin.com)
is a consultant, entrepreneur, venture capitalist, merger and acquisition expert as well as a noted specialist in online reputation management and monitoring. He has worked with many Internet startups and founded Vois.com, the blog sCommerce.com and operated Rev2.org. Tabin has been featured on the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine - Entrepreneurs Business Start-Ups, The Palm Beach Post, and in Steve Spalding's book - 'All the Little Things' - Get the advice you will need to get your idea out of the garage and onto the web. He is a frequent speaker at technology events such as Refresh and LaidOffCamp. Over the years he has received various entrepreneurial award nominations including Ernst and Young's Entrepreneur of the Year Award, received The Award for Business Leadership. He was also nominated as a finalist for best Large Scale Social Network, winning best "Photo Sharing Website Category" at Mashable's(tm)
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