We’re on a bit of a webinar frenzy lately here at serpIQ, but this one is a bit special. Before we released v2.0 of serpIQ, we had recorded a great online reputation management webinar with three great SEOs. Unfortunately there were some technical difficulties that made it difficult to view the video…so we didn’t release it. That bummed us out a little bit, so we reached out to our guests and they were happy to hop on a call and go over the material again. We can’t thank them enough for this and hope you enjoy learning about online reputation management!
About Our Guests
Julian Sutter is a branding / inbound marketing consultant. Focusing on creative solutions to expensive problems, any chance to influence people or algorithms is worth pursuing. Julians current projects include HealthShire, his personal blog and a reputation management blog. You can follow Julian on Twitter, Google+ or Facebook.
Mitchell Wright is an experienced SEO who has worked with many clients in the reputation management space. With a wealth of experience as both a freelance SEO and an in-house SEO, he brings a unique dual perspective to the table when discussing ORM. Find Mitchell on Twitter and Google+.
Lauren Starling specializes in Online Reputation Management (ORM). Her passion is educating people on the importance of controlling all the content that shows up when people – such as hiring managers or potential clients – search your name. Currently, she’s working on an ORM project which shows how to dominate the SERPs for your name or brand in real time. Find her on Twitter.
Thanks for Tuning In!
We hope that you have a better picture of online reputation management: what it is, how to deal with clients, and some strategies for putting a campaign into action. All of our guests are extremely experienced and had some great tips to share, and for that we thank them!
If you’d like the slides, click here to download the online reputation management ppt file.
We’d love to improve our webinars for you in the future. If there’s something you would like us to cover in a future webinar, or a way that we can make our webinars better, let us know in the comments!