NEW YORK – (August 3, 2016) New online reputation management book, “How to Protect (or Destroy) your Reputation Online” today was named to the C-Suite Book Club, the premier source for the world’s leading business books for c-suite leaders, business executives, and celebrities. Featuring premium content from top thought leaders, designed to increase knowledge, deepen understanding, and build skills to enhance readers’ personal and professional lives, the C-Suite Book Club includes bestsellers from today’s top business book authors.
Author John P. David, a public relations and marketing consultant with more than 25 years of experience building publicity campaigns and guiding companies through complex communications crisis situations, developed the book after working with a number of individuals and corporations facing online attacks. Initially available in paperback for $16.99, the book will be available on e-readers and digital audio download at publication.
Subtitled “The Essential Guide to Avoid Digital Damage, Lock Down Your Brand, and Defend Your Business,” the book provides a wealth of practical information on how to protect your online reputation and even remove negative content from search results.
The book describes a number of tactics including how to take control of your online voice and build a reputational firewall, react and respond to an online attack, understand and manage online reviews, and use marketing strategies that will both improve your online reputation and bolster your bottom line. Published by Career Press in Wayne, NJ, the book is scheduled to ship in October.
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The book also offers in-depth information about popular review sites like Yelp, TripAdvisor, and Angie’s List, while also offering new information on revenge porn, hate blogs, Google’s “right to be forgotten” in Europe, the business of online complaint sites and even the covert ops of reputation management.
More information on the book as well as its author, who frequently speaks and consults on online reputation management issues, is available at www.OnlineRepBook.com.