Igniyte’s Simon Wadsworth spent a day helping out The Guardian’s Tim Dowling look into his Online Reputation Management.

For the article Search Me – Online Reputation Management Igniyte took Tim through his own reputation as seen on Google’s search results.

The time spent with Tim allowed us to take him through the process of evaluating his own online presence and giving him some hints and tips about how to manage his profile and own digital assets. Aside from an incident with Mumsnet (easily done) and a drop down issue claiming he’s “unfunny”, Tim is lucky to be referenced in high ranking newspapers and other article websites. Google gives these a high authority and with lots of online content written by Tim, he has a good page 1.

For most individuals and companies, fighting negative PR and posts is costly, professionally, personally and in terms of sales and brand or personal reputation. We help a wide range of individuals, companies, charities and brands. We’re completely transparent about our approach and we ensure that content created or optimised brings value to a clients Page 1 search results.

Our services are accessible to everyone, but we do think about our team and who they work with, so there are certain cases that we simply cannot take. For the majority of people with negative search results we’re happy to talk to you and the team adhere to confidentiality agreements with our clients where they are needed.

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