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- Written on: October 7th, 2009
Working in the Service Center at Shcrock Innovations we have at least one person every day on our bench who is infected with a program that attempts to steal their financial information simply by asking for it.
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- Written on: February 5th, 2009
Online reputation management is more than having a website about what you do. Potential employers, business partners, investors, or even the girl you meet at the bar can learn everything about you with a simple Google search.
Anyone can write anything about you on the Internet, so its important to know what is being said and how you can enter the discussion in a tactful way that furthers your goals. The online information about you or your company paints a public portrait of who you are and what you represent.
Here are some examples of situations my clients have experienced in the past, mistakes they made, and what you can do if you find yourself in similar situations. Have you ever had to deal with any of these common online reputation missteps:
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- Written on: June 22nd, 2008
Here’s my message to Victoria’s Secret – a company credited for bringing happiness to the evenings of so many married couples… Thanks for TANKING my wife’s evening, making her upset, and forcing her to spend the wee hours of the morning RE-SHOPPING your entire website.
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- Written on: October 16th, 2006
In the past I have not been a big fan of Symantec’s online renewal system. Over the past two years however, they seem to have made great strides in improving the system. My main beef was that renewals were too complicated to install and were often fraught with technical glitches.
I had the opportunity to renew my Norton Antivirus this week and I noticed that the online renewal was much easier, but there was also a LOT more fine print. As usual, I tend to read the fine print so my readers do not have to. Before you click I agree to that online payment for renewal, there is something you should know…