Monthly Archives: October 2012

Online Reputation 230 Defense

Websites are akin to newspapers in the early 1900′s. You could post anything you wanted to about anyone you wanted to. Newspapers and Magazines now are very much regulated and often get sued (and lose) when they post something that turns out to be proven false. For some reason, websites like rip off report, complaints […]

Google Doesnt like exact match domains, now what?

A part of most reputation management campaigns has been the use of exact match domains in order to quickly rank. Well, in a quick tweet by Matt Cutts (head of Google Search Spam), that is all going by the wayside. Last week Google handed what will be the first of many filters to help deduce […]