It seems like every month there’s a new site for us to sign-up for. Another online account added to the list. I’ve often wondered what kind of breadcrumb of accounts I leave behind as I sign-up for new sites and let other ones fade away. What kind of story do my online profiles say about me? Do they talk about my college years back when everyone had a Xanga page? Or do they reflect my new career as a graphic and web designer?
A new site, www.reputation.com, is an online reputation management website that helps us see how we look online. Not only do we see our “online reputation”, but we can also protect our information by finding and removing sensitive account information from unwanted sites.
Signing up for an account is easy. Simply fill in your basic information and create your password. BAM! Easy. Once you’re logged in, you can update your profile and add links that are you to help feed your online reputation. Reputation.com will search Google, Spokeo, Facebook, and other sites for information and profiles that could be you. Want to know if someone is talking about you online? Sign-up for their realtime alerts to monitor and be notified when you’re mentioned on the Internet.
The basic account on the site is free and with it you can find out how many people are searching for you, monitor your data, and get alerted if you’re mentioned online. Upgrade your account for even more features. This is a great way to keep tabs of your information out on the internet. You’ll know what people are saying and if they’re saying something you don’t like, you have the option to do something about it.
What does your online profile say about you?
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.