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How to Find Out Who's Talking About You Online

Get ahead of the commentary with these simple tips.
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Entrepreneur and Online Marketing Expert
2 min read
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If you don't know what people are saying about you online -- good or bad -- it can be a little like middle school gossip. You want people to speak to you, not behind your back, and in this video, Entrepreneur Network video partner Neil Patel walks you through how you can make sure that happens.

He gives you tips about how to track online comments about yourself and your business, then breaks down exactly what you should do once you see those comments. It often takes a few hours from the time someone posts a story or comment online for other people to become aware of it, so you have a window during which you can respond and put your interests in the best light going forward.

Click play to learn more.

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