Online Reputation Management – The Do’s and Don’ts

Online reputation is very important. Especially todays day and age with technology. Many companies are becoming integrated with technology and especially the background research reputation of the person. Many people are on social media websites and constantly on the internet. What really matters to employers is what people update their status saying. The pictures they upload, or even the friends that they have. When viewing someone else’s profile you can tell what kind of person they are. 


On Twitter, with many celebrities everything that they tweet would be very crucial. There are four main controversial topics that people with a higher status should avoid is Sexuality, Religion, Politics and Race. When talking about Sexuality on twitter now a days, when you believe in on straight forward perspective of how ones sexuality should be, many can back fire with their own opinions. With Religion there are many different religions out there where as people have only grown to know that particular religion. Stating your own opinion on their believes only creates a more so negative controversy. Singling out any race can quickly grow into a “internet sensation”. Politics can create a certain conflict of interest amongst other individuals. Those who feel very strong about a certain politic can instantly create a ongoing opinionative conversation. On a more personal level it is best to avoid discussing your personal life on social media.


With the internet becoming a growing popularity, more and more employers are only going to depend on it for background checks or anything. For example if you are trying to get into law enforcement, the human resource wants to see your name come up some sort of system. If you are doing community service somewhere it shows as something good as a reputable source as to why you should get the job. This new way of doing a background research will show just how much you taking interest in what you truly want to do and not just apply for a job of having a job.



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