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Have You Googled Your Good Name Lately?

Have You Googled Your Good Name Lately? | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Googling your good name is an exercise that needs to happen regularly and frequently, preferably on an automated basis.

 

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The Ultimate Social Media Event Marketing Checklist [Infographic] - Business 2 Community

The Ultimate Social Media Event Marketing Checklist [Infographic] - Business 2 Community | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
The Ultimate Social Media Event Marketing Checklist [Infographic]
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Having a solid social media plan in place around your marketing events is essential to boosting engagement and overall awareness.

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Realtors should consider incorporating a version of this checklist for open houses and other events, including community events that they want to support and raise their profile through.

Mike Ellsworth's curator insight, March 13, 2013 11:37 AM

Great infographic if you plan events.

HomeActions's curator insight, March 27, 2013 1:30 PM

Social Media Event Marketing is a vital tool and an essential element for building a trustworthy relationship between your business and community. 


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Attorney Reputation Building News

Attorney Reputation Building News | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

 

Tracy TC's trending topics on reputation building for attorneys in the digital age. Click through the photo for recent news.

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How To Use Social Monitoring Tools To Track Brands And Competitors

How To Use Social Monitoring Tools To Track Brands And Competitors | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

"If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

 

Sometimes I think brands carry this philosophy into the social media realm. Several case studies have pointed to brands ignoring their customers on social media, believing their small, individual voices won’t be heard by others.

 

Social monitoring helps you tap into these conversations to capitalize on positive sentiment and mitigate negative sentiment, while understanding how competitors are perceived and industry trends are changing. Ignore it at your own peril.

 

I know how overwhelming tracking this vast and never-ending stream of information can be when you have never-ending lists of tasks to perform (All the late nights I’ve worked overtime are testament to this!).

 

To help make it easier for you to stay on top of this information overload, here are the social monitoring tools I use to quickly connect with the information I need to effectively manage SocialMotus".

 

Read More At: http://www.business2community.com/social-media/how-to-use-social-monitoring-tools-to-track-brands-and-competitors-0307620


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Finding Social Media's Most Influential Influencers

Finding Social Media's Most Influential Influencers | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

Look out, Klout! Here come two upstarts!

 

Click through the photo for the full story on Tellagence and Little Bird, and how they're different.

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5 ways to get the most out of LinkedIn

5 ways to get the most out of LinkedIn | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
I'd say I get about 10 requests each week to join someone's network on LinkedIn. And while it's the place to be when looking for a job or to otherwise connect professionally, many people use it only...

 

Click through the photo for the full article. As the author reminds us, it's not called "BlendIn."

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Gmail In Google Search Results

Gmail In Google Search Results | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

Google released a “field trial” allowing people who enroll to do Google searches and get information from their Gmail messages mixed in with their web results.

 

Don’t worry. Only those enrolled see their own messages this way.

 

If accepted into the program, after you do a search, you’ll find matching messages appearing along the right-side of your screen.

 

 

Full Article: http://searchengineland.com/up-close-the-gmail-in-google-search-results-field-trial-130035


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Lying About Your Credentials Is Not The Only Way To Get Yourself In The Conversation

Lying About Your Credentials Is Not The Only Way To Get Yourself In The Conversation | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

This article shows that you can still get where you want to go without lying. Like the author, you might have to do something creative to get yourself into the conversation, but lying is not the only -- and certainly not the best -- path to the conversation.

 

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Social CRM: An Interview With Jon Ferrara

Social CRM: An Interview With Jon Ferrara | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

Are you using social CRM? Click through the photo for an interview with Jon Ferrara, founder of Nimble, and find out why social CRM is something for you to pay attention to.

 

Effectively managing social relationships is important for job seekers, as well as attorneys working on growing their digital reputations.

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Your Klout Score Just Changed. Here’s Why

Your Klout Score Just Changed. Here’s Why | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Your Klout score may have just changed, by a lot. Tuesday the company rolled out updated scores for all of its users and began pushing out an updated Klout interface that focuses not on your Klout score, but the individual posts that got you there.

 

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Jan, thank you very much for the re-scoop.
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Top 5 Reasons Social Media Sentiment Should be Your Focus

Top 5 Reasons Social Media Sentiment Should be Your Focus | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

From The Article: "There’s been a long standing debate on what social media metrics matter the most and how we should be tracking them.

 

Here is where social media sentiment comes in, sentiment is important and should be a main focus when evaluating your company’s social media presence and strategy. These 5 reasons can give you insight on why sentiment is so powerful and why you should be tracking it":

 

1. Sentiment Can Help You to Understand Your Audience

2. Learn from Past Successes

3. Learn from Past Failures

4. Compare Yourself to Others in the Market

5. Work to Improve your Sentiment


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Jennifer Colmenares's curator insight, August 5, 2013 4:27 PM

With it all being trial and error, knowing what you are looking at and why give you an upper hand. 

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Social Media Monitoring 101

Social Media Monitoring 101 | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

 

 

Social media matters and people are using it. Do you know what they're saying about you??

 

Click through the photo to get the 101 on monitoring the conversation.

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Never Trust Sentiment Accuracy Claims

Never Trust Sentiment Accuracy Claims | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Social media monitoring and research tools with natural language processing often claim 75, 85 or even 95 percent accuracy in their machine sentiment scoring. Which is baloney.
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A Further Blow to Online Lurking: Quora Will Now Publicly Show Who Has Read a Post

A Further Blow to Online Lurking: Quora Will Now Publicly Show Who Has Read a Post | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Quora today is introducing a feature that shows which of its users have read each Quora post, and how they found it.
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Break The Social Media Code To Grow Your Digital Reputation In 6 Easy Steps

Break The Social Media Code To Grow Your Digital Reputation In 6 Easy Steps | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

Search engines matter for lawyers and their practices, even if you're an AmLaw 100 5th year associate.

 

Are you taking steps to make sure you're ranking in the search engines for your name and your skills?

 

Click through the photo for 6 easy to follow steps to get you going.

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3 Social Media Tricks to Improving Your Online Reputation

3 Social Media Tricks to Improving Your Online Reputation | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Social media has revamped the Internet through its ability to not only build influence, but also humanize a brand or individual.

 

I love, love, love that photo. I can picture more than one lawyer grabbing that little piece of paper. Click through the photo for the full story.

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Google offers a new tool to disavow dicey links to your site

Google offers a new tool to disavow dicey links to your site | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

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Your Klout score must be greater than 35 to read this

Your Klout score must be greater than 35 to read this | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

"Hated by some, social scores are becoming the new normal on the web."

 

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How to Use Social Listening to Track Clients and Competitors

How to Use Social Listening to Track Clients and Competitors | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Use these four social listening tools to keep track of what's being said about your brand, your clients and your competitors.

 

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Social Reputation for SEO, Traffic Cannibalization & Google Transparency - Q&A with Matt Cutts

Social Reputation for SEO, Traffic Cannibalization & Google Transparency - Q&A with Matt Cutts | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

Matt Cutts gave an in-depth SEO Q&A session at SES San Francisco.

 

"Google can only use social signals from Open Graph sources. It can’t crawl Facebook pages to see who is reputable, reliable or has real world impact as a brand has on those platforms".

 

“Google is cautious about using [Twitter or other private social networks it is able to crawl] as a signal – Twitter can shut it off at any time.”

 

 

Full Interview Here: http://www.brafton.com/news/qa-with-matt-cutts-at-ses-san-francisco-social-reputability-for-seo-traffic-cannibalization-and-the-promise-of-transparency-from-google


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Very interesting
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Lawyer Content Marketing Strategies To Grow Digital Reputation

Lawyer Content Marketing Strategies To Grow Digital Reputation | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

Click through for the stories that caught my eye recently on the topic of content marketing for lawyers.

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Can Women REALLY Have It All? - Forbes

Can Women REALLY Have It All? - Forbes | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it

Can women really have it all?

 

That depends on your own personal definition of "it."

 

Click through the photo to read two perspectives from women of very different ages.

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Have You Googled Your Good Name Lately?

Have You Googled Your Good Name Lately? | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Googling your good name is an exercise that needs to happen regularly and frequently, preferably on an automated basis.

 

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Who Googled You? This Website Knows

Who Googled You? This Website Knows | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
After a date, a pitch or a job interview, there's a good chance you're going to get Googled. This site shows who is searching for your name.
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5 parameters to effective social media monitoring

5 parameters to effective social media monitoring | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
Summary: Companies should not focus simply on accuracy of monitoring metrics, but figure out how to analyze data, use the insights, and engage with customers where possible.
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Get Ready To Get Naked

Get Ready To Get Naked | Managing Online Reputations Lawyer-Style | Scoop.it
A small announcement by Facebook points to a larger trend away from passive Web use and toward online accountability.

 

Click through for the full story on how your privacy on the Internet is evaporating with your good friend, Facebook, taking the lead.

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