Status Lab-Reputation Bodyguards


Posted by LLJ43 | Posted in Internet, Reputation | Posted on 22-10-2015

The Internet makes it possible for companies to project themselves around the world. People now derive their beliefs about you and your company from the information they get off the web. Additionally, the openness of the web has made it difficult for companies and individuals to protect themselves from unwarranted and unsubstantiated online attacks. Status Labs is a company that protects people and companies by managing their online presence both defensively and with aggressive reputation management campaigns.

Status Labs can re-engineer a company’s digital presence in numerous ways. Using proprietary technology combined with image management, Status Labs can help increase your visibility in search engines. Google is the standard for search engines and you want your company to be on the first page of Google results. Studies have shown that most searchers on the Internet never click to page two on searches. So for a company to stand out in their market it’s imperative they have a page one Google response.

As the e-commerce grows so does the need to rethink public relations. The strategies that worked a few years ago might not be relevant now. Status Labs is responsive to this new era and crafts public relation campaigns based on proven methods combined with new methods relevant for today’s technology.

These methods include Google Image Curation, making sure your company logo and pictures related to your company and executives are presented on the web as you want them. This includes removing the negative photos and promoting the positive images.

Executives, athletes, politicians, and even non-celebrities need to be acutely aware of how they are presented on the web. Whether they are re-branding themselves into another market, or protecting their online reputation from attacks, executives need to be proactive in maintaining their reputation.

Status Labs is a multinational corporation with offices in the United States, Brazil, and Mexico. The President, Darius Fisher, was listed by PRNewswire as one of the top 50 rising young starts of the public relations and digital relations field. Status Labs was also commended by Yahoo and the New York Times for their assistance to victims of the Ashley Madison hack. Additionally they have been featured in the Daily Beast where tips were given to ordinary people on how they could most effectively protect their online reputations.