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Re: Your Reputation Online, Part 1: How Damage Is Done
Posted by: Vivian Wagner 2008-07-10 06:08:40
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Our reputation is one of our most valuable possessions, determining in large part where we work, how much money we make, whom we date or marry, and many other aspects of our lives. The Internet, however, has made protecting, maintaining and defending our reputations difficult. Photos from college parties, blog posts by ex-boyfriends or disgruntled employees, court records: they're all out there, free for the Googling. And unlike the days when our reputations were confined to a relatively small group of friends or acquaintances, our digital reputations spread instantly around the world.

Reputation Proceeds You
Posted by: kmccartney 2008-07-10 06:15:28 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
Great information. Be up front and honest will bring you many points in the online community.
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