Online Reputation Management
Branding never sleeps
Redline’s online reputation management team is ever vigilant for kudos in the media, customers who need help, and trolls seeking to stir up trouble. Online reputation management is an ongoing process of distributing content to promote your brand, while monitoring all your digital channels 24/7 to keep tabs on what others are saying about you online. After Redline conducts your online review to see what’s in circulation, we’ll work on an online reputation management strategy to surface the good stuff people say about your company to the top of search engine results. Done right, people searching for information about you will find more of the positive and up-to-date information that drives sales and sign-ups.
Where we specialize
Brand reputations are built through social media more than any other channel these days. Redline’s social media strategists will work with you to create a plan to enhance your online reputation. Continually sharing all of the important things you’re doing, who you’re helping and your achievements strengthen your brand.
Googling yourself might turn up a Facebook photo of you dressed as a purple gorilla. Googling your company will probably turn up some good things about your company, some really old information about your company and maybe some things you would rather people didn’t find. Redline conducts thorough online reviews to see what’s out there.
For organizations with more than one office, restaurant or studio listed on Google, location ownership allows you to differentiate your locations. Redline can help you with interior photos, and even create 360° tours. Location ownership also improves your search engine ranking.
People chat about businesses and brands on social media all the time. Social feeds and blogs are an invaluable source of unvarnished opinions about everything your organization is doing. Redline will monitor social media, websites and blogs for mentions of your business, so you can correct any unfair or misleading threads before trolls start spreading them.