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29 June 2016 BY Wayne Denner Warren Buffett said it well, ‘It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently’. If we look at the world today in which businesses now operate, realistically that’s the time it can take for a tweet, post, news or video to go viral.
3 February 2016 BY Wayne Denner Estimated reading time: 5 minutes, 47 seconds Online Reputation is fast becoming the currency or revenue of many businesses. What is being said about your small business, large corporation or public sector organisation online, via social media and other review based websites has a real impact on trust, credibility and even your bottom line.
If you are a regular Twitter user you have probably started to notice a whole of people tweeting about going ‘Live’ – many businesses and brands are even starting to get in on the action. It seems at least for now the whole craze is live streaming, so here’s a little run down on the 2 main players in the market and a look at some of the potential pitfalls for you and your business.
Oh yes. Try not to panic. Now’s a good time to start regularly ‘Googling yourself’. As of now, the ever-increasing importance of Online Reputation for businesses and individuals is about to reach a whole new level. The content that we post/share/upload/comment on has just been kicked up a notch in terms of how this is going to impact what appears about you, your services an ...
Reviews are one of the core decision making factors affecting businesses and organisations reputations in today’s digital world. Peer reviews influence how you are thought of and whether a product or service will be bought. So much so that businesses like hotels have been blackmailed by guests threatening to post bad reviews in return for better rooms and services .