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Presentation by Toni R. Crisolli during Seminar organized by European Liberal Forum (ELF), sponsored by European Parliament, in Croatia, 2011.

Presentation by Toni R. Crisolli during Seminar organized by European Liberal Forum (ELF), sponsored by European Parliament, in Croatia, 2011.

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  • Wenn Google löscht, ist das Hauptproblem gelöst - die prominente Platzierung der Verunglimpfung. Verschwunden ist die Schmähung aber nicht, sie hat ihren festen Platz irgendwo im Internet. "Das Löschen, Vergessen aber auch Verzeihen gehören schon längst nicht mehr zum Grundvokabular des digitalen Zeitalters", sagt Hendrik Speck.

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  • 1. Online Reputation Management and Branding
    Do I really have to care?
    Moderator: Toni Richard Crisolli FNSt Western Balkans Project
  • 2. Online Reputation Management
    The digital times we live in
    The Digital Dark Ages
    „We can not just remove results, because someone claims that the information is wrong. We can not know if that is really so!“
    Arnd Haller, Head of Legal Department North- and Central Europe Google
  • 3. Online Reputation Management is:
    - a process of searching for and managing the public perception of a `brand` and its services online.
    2. - a field that encompasses public relations
    and search engine optimization (SEO).
  • 4. Online Reputation Management
    Why is it important for you or your `brand`?
    If you don’t control your
    brands`s reputation,
    online and offline,
    someone else might!!!
  • 5. Online Reputation Management
    Why is it important for you or your `brand`?
    • Search engines and social channels play a central role in building one’s identity online
    • 6. 50% of Croatians are online already
    • 7. search engines and social channels are more trusted than ever before
    • 8. ORM influencespublic perception
    • 9. ORM affects target groups` decisionmaking (support, votes, sales!)
  • Online Reputation Management
    Problems
    The Potential Problem
    If you find that you have a number of search results ranking for your brand that aren’t about you (especially in the top 10).
    The Not-So-Obvious Problem
    If there are a number of search results that are about you, but they’re indifferent. How many of those results are within your control?
  • 10. Online Reputation Management
    Problems
    The Obvious Problem
    The results are not under your control and damage your public reputation. Competitors actively follows you around leaving negative comments, flooding the zonewith negative and discrediting material.
  • 11. Online Reputation Management
    The Unwritten Laws of Reputation Management
    Law #1 – Everyone has an online reputation
    In 2011, you should make sure that what’s found in Google, Facebook, Twitter et al is something you’d be equally comfortable showing your mom or your boss!
    Law #2 – Your reputation is an extension of your character
    “Character is like a tree and reputation like its shadow. The shadow is what we think of it; the tree is the real thing.”, Abe Lincolm
    Law #3 – Every reputation has an Achilles heel
    Recognize and acknowledge your weaknesses, before your customers, you can craft a response before the public outcry. Toyota
  • 12. Online Reputation Management
    The Unwritten Laws of Reputation Management
    Law #4 – Listen twice, act once
    Fix the problem, but make sure you fix the underlying issue that created the problem in the first place!
    Law #5 – A crowd is louder than a solitary voice
    Your choice in 2011 is to determine whether you want that crowd to be a choir or a lynch mob?
    Law #6 – If you build it, they will come
    If you build an official, company supported social network, then your customers will know exactly where to head, should they have a question or complaint.
  • 13. Online Reputation Management
    The Unwritten Laws of Reputation Management
    Law #7 – If you don’t build it, they will
    If you don’t have an official presence then you are leaving these dissatisfied audience to define your reputation for you!
    Law #8 – Your reputation WILL come under attack
    Oxford Metrica warns that during the next five years, 83 percent of companies will face a crisis that will negatively impact its share price by 20 to 30 percent. (BP)
    Law #9 – Being stubborn is more expensive than saying “sorry”
    It would have cost you $1,200 to fix Dave Carroll’s guitar, United Airlines.
  • 14. Online Reputation Management
    Dave Carroll’s guitar
  • 15. Online Reputation Management
    The Unwritten Laws of Reputation Management
    Law #10 – Three strikes and you’re …
    Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me a third time and you may as well kiss your reputation goodbye. Companies rarely re-brand when they have a great reputation!
    Law #11 – The laws of reputation management will change
  • 16. Online Reputation Management
    So, what shall I track?
    • Anything and everything related to your organization or product
    • 17. All `brands`, names, and trademarks
    • 18. All campaigns and actions
    • 19. Key-figures of your organization
    • 20. News in your line of work
    • 21. Everything related to your competition
  • Online Reputation Management
    The Strategies
    Pro-active Methods
    • Create a presence, everywhere
    • 22. Link content to your hub
    • 23. Protect your name on social net
    • 24. Be (in) the news
    • 25. Initiate a buzz
    • 26. Engagethe newsmakers (traditional & social)
  • Online Reputation Management
    The Strategies
    Reactive Methods
    • request for review update
    • 27. correct the language
    • 28. address the issue
    • 29. bury brigade (SEM), Flooding
    • 30. engage lawyers and private eyes
  • Online Reputation Management
    Bad ideas for leaving a good impression
  • 31. Online Reputation Management
    Bad ideas for leaving a good impression
  • 32. Online Reputation Management
    Bad ideas for leaving a good impression
  • 33. Online Reputation Management
    A few simple tips to manage your online reputation 1/3
    You Are Your Network – ORM starts at home
    (Example: MI6, John Sawers, July 2009)
    If You Can’t delete, compete
    (Ask to delete, first, but be prepared for an offensive)
  • 34. Online Reputation Management
    A few simple tips to manage your online reputation 2/3
    Take some time to create a profile on relevant social networks
    Grab your brand name in as many of the !!!BIGGEST!!! social networks as you can (Knowthem.com, chkname.com)
    Own your .com and .net along with hyphenated versions of your brand sites
  • 35. Online Reputation Management
    A few simple tips to manage your online reputation 3/3
    6. Link to and promote content that you want to rise to the top (create traffic)
    7. Use Google services liberally
    8. Do not respond to negative results on sites that are against you - opinion sites
    9. Focus on the things that matter for you
  • 36. Online Reputation Management
    Common mistakes made in ORM 1/2
    Ignoring what people are saying about you online
    Trying to respond to every criticism – only when it makes sense
    Astroturfing – fake comments are a boomerang
    Treating all feedback the same – concentrate on the right people
    Being disrespectful – don`t start a rebellion
  • 37. Online Reputation Management
    Common mistakes made in ORM 2/2
    Making threats – check No. 5
    Not knowing when to agree to disagree – take the high road
    Focusing only on the negative – stress the positive effects
    Treating 'online reputation' as distinct from 'offline reputation‘
    Forgetting that respect and trust is earned
  • 38. Online Reputation Management
    Dealing with Haters 1/2
    It doesn’t matter how many people don’t get it. What matters is how many people do.
    10% of people will find a way to take anything personally. Expect it.
    3. “Trying to get everyone to like you is a sign of mediocrity.” (Colin Powell)
    4. “If you are really effective at what you do, 95% of the things said about you will be negative.” (Scott Boras)
  • 39. Online Reputation Management
    Dealing with Haters 2/2
    5. “If you want to improve, be content to be thought foolish and stupid.” (Epictetus)
    6. “Living well is the best revenge.”
    (George Herbert)
    4. Keep calm and carry on. (WWII)
    Focus on impact, not approval.
  • 40. Online Reputation Management
    The advise always is
    Don’t ask “how can we improveour brand`s reputation?“
    Instead ask, “howdo we builda betterproduct / service / solution / vision?”
    When you put the effort into building a better brand, the improved reputation will follow.
  • 41. Online Reputation Management
    Essential tools
    Addict-o-matic(http://addictomatic.com):
    Enter your name into the site, and you'll see the latest mentions arranged in boxes from sites such as Bing, Google Blog Search, Twitter, YouTube, Digg, Flickr, FriendFeed, Bloglinks and more.
    SocialMention (http://socialmention.com/):
    It is a social media search and analysis platform that aggregates and streams user-generated content. It allows you to track and measure what people are saying about you, your company, a new product, etc., in real time
    KnowThem (http://knowem.com/):
    Search over 350 popular social media networks to instantly secure your brand across the social web.
  • 42. Online Reputation Management
    Essential tools
    4. Technorati(http://technorati.com/):
    Technorati is a search engine for blogs. You have two options for search: You can search mentions of someone's name in blogs and you can search blogs belonging to that specific person. Other sites to search blogs: BlogPulse and BackType.
    5. Tweetbeep(http://technorati.com/)
    TweetBeep is like Google Alerts for Twitter. The site e-mails you when someone tweets your name, company or product (you can also track who's tweeting your website or blog, even if they've used a shortened URL like ow.ly or bit.ly). Also try Twitter Search.
    6. Yasni(http://yasni.com/)
    Yasni is a people search engine that provides an overview of someone's associated networks, including contacts, pictures and other publicly available information. In searching for a name, Yasni will aggregate mentions from sites including LinkedIn, Google, Amazon, Technorati and more.
  • 43. Online Reputation Management
    Essential tools
    7.Google Trends
  • 44. Online Reputation Management
    Networks you need to know
    LinkedIn is representing 150 industries around the world, LinkedIn is a fast-growing professional networking site that allows members to create business contacts, search for jobs, and find potential clients. Individuals have the ability to create their own professional profile that can be viewed by others in their network, and also view the profiles of their own contacts.
  • 45. Online Reputation Management
    Networks you need to know
    Twitter is a microblogger. It allows users to post text updates via SMS, instant messaging, email, Twitter’s website and third party applications. Users have their own profile page that displays their latest updates. In addition, users can become “friends” with one another, or simply be a “follower.” Other than reading another person’s profile page, a user can also receive others’ updates through text messages, RSS or third party applications.
  • 46. Online Reputation Management
    Networks you need to know
    YouTube was founded in 2005 by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen and Jawed Karim, who were all early employees of PayPal. YouTube is the leader in online video, sharing original videos worldwide through a Web experience. YouTube allows people to easily upload and share video clips across the Internet through websites, mobile devices, blogs, and email.
  • 47. Online Reputation Management
    Networks you need to know
    Total Registered Users: 100 Million
    Global Monthly Unique Visitors: 16 million
    Daily Users: 3.5 million
    Monthly Page Views: 7 billion
    Total Monthly Minutes: 796 Million – #3
    New friend connections made everyday: 10 million
    New daily registrants: 75,000 – 100,000
    91% of mobile users do social networking, more than desktop user!!!
  • 48. Online Reputation Management
    Best practice example
    “Will it blend?”
    BlendTec
  • 49. Online Reputation Management
    Thank you!