NewsOnline Reputation Management now provides a new service for companies dealing with negative criticisms and articles that are posted online by disgruntled ex-employees. The company first removes the negative comments, which can show up on social forums, blogs, various websites, and industry related websites, and then continues to monitor any activity.

Next, the company places emphasis on creating several marketing and technical techniques to showcase the company in a positive and productive light when it shows up in search engine listings, such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing.

Ed Eshel, founder of Online Reputation Management, made this statement about the new service: “We have seen a significant increase in cases where companies have contacted us because an ex-employee, usually someone who has been fired or left under stressful circumstances, has posted disparaging comments online”

Recently, Online Reputation Management assisted a reputable media company in Texas to remove slanderous comments and articles that were posted online by a disgruntled ex-employee. The attack on the company was having a negative effect, as fewer applications for graduate positions were coming in. Once the company found out why there had been a decrease, they quickly hired Online Reputation Management to take control of the situation. Removing most of the negative articles and posts, Online Reputation Management made sure that the company’s profile was seen positive once again online.

Not only does Online Reputation Management repair online reputations, they also maintain them with various tools and strategies. For more information, please visit their website at:

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