Reputation Management Firms Can Help Keep Personal Information Private as Well as Clean Up Reputations
Having a significant online presence can result in mayhem if haters get ahold of personal information. No one knows this better than Sally Kohn with the Daily Beast who wrote the article, “I Got Doxxed So You don’t Have To,” after her information was leaked. Kohn wanted everyone to know what they should do to prevent the same thing from happening, or what to do if it does happen to them.
In her interview with Status Labs president and co-founder, Darius Fisher, Kohn goes over some things to do to prevent a personal information leak. Fisher explained the first thing to do is remove information from all databases such as Spokeo and PeopleSmart, which sell personal information to anyone. Also registering any website domain names privately will help. Fisher is adamant about people knowing what information is on the web about them. Googling yourself will help you figure out what information is topping the web. Since people rarely navigate away from the first page of Google search results, anything on that page can be detrimental. Checking social media privacy settings is also important.
Not liking what you see? A reputation management firm such as Status Labs can help clean up any negative information. The company is based out of Austin, Texas, and has helped hundreds of clients to date. Started in 2012, the company has grown exponentially as their services continue to be needed. The firm now has offices in New York City and Sao Paulo, Brazil. High profile people and businesses rely on Status Labs’ expert staff to help them clean up their reputations.
Darius Fisher has lead the company through some difficult times and helped it become the premier reputation management company it is today. With clients from all over the world, Status Labs is continuing to grow under the leadership of Fisher. He has been featured in PRWeek’s Innovation 50 as well as in other publications such as Dujour. People look to Fisher’s expertise in marketing. He has been the speaker in marketing conferences and worked as a political consultant and copy-writer prior to the founding of Status Labs.
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