Reputation Workbook  –  Is a workbook to help you manage your own Do It Yourself online reputation management (ORM), Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and reputation repair available at (Click here) Reputation Workbook

Don’t pay $10,000 in up-front fees, and $2,000 to $5,000 to even $10,000 per month OR MORE like some reputation services charge, when in most cases you can do the same thing yourself for free.

We’ll teach you “how to” SEO, reputation management services, creating  a website, choosing keywords and the in’s and out’s of online reputation management in easy to follow steps.

Some online otimization and reputation management firms outsource work to foreign workers who are spamming the Internet — throwing it all against the wall to see what sticks. Not to mention in questionable English. That’s a recipe for disaster and you are likely to have your site penalize by Google and other search engines.

We’ll walk you through all the steps to do your own responsible reputation fix,  reputation enhancement or reputation repair the right way.  It’s easy and it’s inexpensive. And you don’t need to know programing or complicated computer-speak to be highly effective. The workbook explains the how and the why of the necessary steps.

As they say, a good defense is first and foremost a good offense.  If you have not already done so, buy your name (or some close variation to it) as a “.com” domain name for  less than $12 a year.  In fact, buy your kid’s and your spouses’  “.com” names while you still can before they are gone.  ”.com” domains are running out is still going to be the primary domain extension for many years to come, and your kids will appreciate having them sometime in the future.  We’ll show you how and where to buy specific domain name(s),  ways to easily create one or more free websites, and how and where to “host” your website and bring it to life without needing any technical knowledge.

Are you creating a new on-line reputation? Or repairing damage done from negative comments that were said in a blog or on another website about you?     Perhaps you are dealing with very negative and untrue comments posted by a disgruntled employee, or perhaps a competitor, that are popping up in searches of your name in the search engine results. We’ll give you a Do It Yourself (DIY) roadmap to help solve this situation.

We’ll explain in detail how to create new sites to “push down” the offending remarks to the second or third or lower page search result. Also easy ways to do your own Search Engine Optimization (SEO) on your site to make sure your good information ranks substantially higher than the bad comments.  The search engine spiders for Google, Yahoo, Bing, Ask and others comb through your site regularly to decide how high they will rank it in their search results.  Each have their own criteria.  We’ll show you a variety of free “plugins” to your site that work in the background to make your site especially attractive to the spiders and don’t require any computer programing knowledge on your part. We’ll show you step-by-step how to fill out any on-line forms as well.

Another item the spiders look for are how many other sites link to your site (known as “backlinks”), and to see if your site has new blog posts or comments from time to time and is not just static. You site needs to be kept “fresh” to attract the kind of attention that keeps your site highly ranked.   We’ll show you how to build and maintain a site for the purpose of enhancing your reputation, or to repair problems, with the criteria the spiders are looking for and easy ways to ensure it is made up of active content. We’ll also show you the ins and outs of Social Media and Social Marketng that will drive your site up the ranks of site listings.  In some case specific items can actually be removed, but in most cases the best way to deal with offending information to push it down to where it won’t readily be seen.  76% of people doing an search look no further than the end of the first results page.

Search engines too are looking for “original content” on your sites (i.e., that each linking site does not use identical wording).  Unlike what some services recommend, you can’t just cut-and-paste a paragraph or two about your or your company into 50+ website listings and expect any favorable results. In fact, you’ll get just the opposite.  We’ll teach you a simple way to deal with that issue too.

Wikipedia will be discussed in depth, especially the pros and cons of getting listed in its pages or on other wiki sites. There are definitely significant dangers in a place that you cannot control, such as Wikipedia, and which can get out of control in a hurry.

This and much more in-depth information is the form of an easy-to-use inexpensive workbook: at

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