How to monitor your online reputation

The most effective tools for online reputation management

Do you know what people are saying about your business?

People are talking about your business online, and what they say affects your reputation.

Not knowing what they’re saying potentically places your reputation at risk.

Why Monitor Your Online Reputation?

When people say good things about you, you want to thank them. When people say bad things about you, you want to follow up and find out what happened.

In this article we’ll share some of the best tools that help you monitor your online reputation.

Google Alerts

Google Alerts is is a free tool that sends you the results of a predefined Google Search Query every day. It’s great for finding out what people are sying.

Google alert is a customized Google search that sends you notifications when new content is added for keywords that you’ve specified.

Google Alerts is very easy to use. Simply enter the search terms you want alerts for then specify the types of results you want and how often.

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This tool helps you track and manage your social influence. This tool rates your influence across different social networks, such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and others.

Remember that the higher your influence, the more positive your reputation is.

This tool assesses what people think about your business and what makes your business unique.

Hootsuite

Hootsuite is a social media management tool that allows you to maintain all of your social media networks in one place. Hootsuite helps you schedule your messages in bulk, and receive more enhanced analytics reports.

The tool also helps you monitor for mentions of your business online, which makes it possible to use the tool for online reputation management.

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