Guest post by Dana Rasmussen
Starting a business of any kind is difficult, but what’s perhaps even more difficult is establishing a reputation, especially a good one, when the general public and target demographic are not fully aware of what you can do, who you are, what it means to them, etc.
So how does one establish a good reputation from the ground up? First, take a look at what makes up one’s background.
Thanks to the Internet, a reputation can be broadcast far and wide – great for businesses with a good one, but horrible for those with a bad (deserving of the status or not).
Take a look at some facts about how much the Internet, especially social media, plays a role in reputation management here.
As you can see by the link, 70% of people hear about a consumer’s experience online...Read More