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5 Steps to Fix Your Personal Brand When Insults Stick
How do you redirect public perceptions when criticisms stick, especially if these labels are based in reality?
Inside the Mind of the Modern Intern: 5 Things You Need to Know
Internships should include compensation and opportunity for mentoring.
Battling Brand Sabotage: The Angry Critic
Only one negative online review can destroy your company's reputation. Here's how to prevent that from happening.
3 Steps to Repair a Damaged Reputation
Has your personal brand suffered a serious blow or maybe even sabotage?
This Creepy, Yelp-Like App Lets You Rate People Like Restaurants
Imagine if Tinder, Facebook and LinkedIn had a snarky stalker baby and, yuck, you're there.
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Prepare to Protect Your Online Reputation Before It's Under Attack
The content you put online now could save your reputation if you or your company are ever in the news for unwelcome reasons.
5 Ways to Protect Your Brand's Online Reputation
Take control of your company's online narrative by following these tips.
Take Control of Your Personal Reputation Online With These 6 Tips
Successful entrepreneurs spend countless hours building and protecting their company's brand, but far too little managing their own.
3 Communication Lessons Businesses Can Learn From Donald Trump
To sustain long-term success, you should think of your brand as an extension of your personality and ideals -- just make sure your brand is receiving attention for the right reasons.
6 Keys to a Positive Online Presence and Reputation
People who can't find you or any mention of your startup anywhere on the Internet assume you are not savvy or have something to hide.
3 Ways to Manage Your Online Reputation Like a Pro
With the proliferation of social channels, it's getting more complicated to manage your online reputation, which is why it pays to watch what the experts in the field are doing.
What Companies Can Learn From Taylor Swift's Backlash Against Apple
Building relationships is always worth the money it costs you.
How Subway Can Recover From the Jared Controversy (VIDEO)
The fast-food chain announced that the two parties decided to suspend their relationship.
Girl Scouts Raise $250,000 After Rejecting Donor Who Didn't Want Funds to Go to Transgender Scouts
The Western Washington state chapter of the youth organization has piggy-backed on growing awareness and acceptance of what it means to be transgender.
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