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Do you know what is on the Internet about you?
Take charge of your online reputation!
Submitted by charisse.pagan 1 year ago
Submitted by Lysa Martinelli 2 years ago
Submitted by Michael Diaz 1 year ago
Chances are you already have an online reputation, even if you do not know it.
On the Internet, you create an image of yourself through the information you share in blogs, comments, tweets, snapshots, videos, and links. Others add their own opinions (good or bad), which contribute to your reputation.
Anyone can find this information and use it to make judgments about you. For example, research commissioned by Microsoft found that of the U.S. hiring managers and job recruiters surveyed, 79% routinely review online reputational information when considering job applicants.
Most of those surveyed count online reputation as one of their top selection criteria. In fact, 70% of the U.S. hiring managers in the study they have rejected candidates based on what they found. Top disqualifiers included unsuitable photos and videos, concerns about the applicant's lifestyle, and inappropriate comments.
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