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Online Reputation Management

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As presented for San Jacinto College Social Media Week

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  • Some of these also look up candidates before they've contacted you.
  • Recruiters are twice as likely to find something to disqualify you as a candidate than to hire you.
  • Scott Bartosiewicz, Watch the type of information you post personally, because even though you may not accidentally post to a company handle, be aware that what you post can still reflect upon your online reputation
  • James Andrews from Ketchum (New York office) who made some unflattering remarks about Memphis this morning before he presented on digital media to the worldwide communications group at FedEx (150+) people.
  • "Timothy DeLaGhetto," aka @Traphik, Timothy, a server at CPK, was none too happy about a recent uniform change, so he turned to Twitter to tell his company how he felt. The Twitterer was tracked down to a Long Beach CPK store and fired for his behavior.
  • Up 10% in just two years.
  • Don’t be this guy.

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