Past and present clients of InternetReputation.Services mostly require ORM services alongside online reputation monitoring. Some past clients have decided to monitor their online reputation on top of the firm. When clients are paying thousands of dollars for private issues, they are often very diligent and very involved with the process. Employees at InternetReputation.Services appreciate when their clients are involved and it is that involvement that contributes to the success of their mandates. For those that are not clients of a firm or are trying to monitor their online presence themselves, these are the tools that InternetReputation.Services recommends:
- Google Alerts – Google Alerts is the most basic version of an online reputation monitoring tool. This, like many of Google’s apps, is for the beginner or primarily individuals that are trying to do it themselves. This application will not only clearly tell you what is happening with your social media, it will let you know when you/your company is mentioned at any point on the Internet. This happens when the user of the application enters the keyword they are being searched for and the app tracks anything related to it.
- Brandseye – Brandseye is not a free tool but it hosts many complex features that focuses on brand management. It is primarily used for larger businesses that have a budget to use all of its features. If small businesses can afford this ORM tool, it is one of the best.
- Social Mention – Social Mention is another free online reputation monitoring tool that is often used mostly to keep up to date with mentions across all social media platforms. However, it can be used to filter out more than just social media like blogs, websites, press among other forms of media.
Online reputation monitoring is the least companies can do to establish and ensure that their image online is as healthy as possible. For more information about online reputation monitoring, click here to visit InternetReputation.Services.