For businesses and public figures alike, one of the most important resources to have is an online reputation manager for the purpose of containing negative feedback as well as promoting positive feedback if any scandal were to surface. One company in particular, though a recently formed company, has become an internationally renowned company for online reputation management. This particular company is called Status Labs and is a company that utilizes the web browser in order to promote positive feedback concerning their client.
Recently in news, Status Labs has announced the name of the company’s new Board of Advisers. This new Adviser is Mike Paul who has also been nicknamed as the reputation doctor. Mr. Paul has been considered to be one of the top crisis PR experts and will be sure to provide expert insight to Status Labs’ growing clientele list. Darius Fisher, leader of Status Labs is excited to work with Mr. Paul as he has dedicated his life to building a reputation management empire that has attracted thousands to his services.
Mike Paul, when asked about Status Labs, stated that he believes Status Labs is a company that has set itself apart from unethical business strategies. He beliefs that Status Labs understands the importance of values, character, honesty, as well as transparency to each individual or company that requests their assistance.
With Mr. Paul’s positive outlook on Status Labs’ success, he is excited to work with Darius Fisher who he believes is a rising star within the reputation management industry. What makes Status Labs a unique company is that each decision to improve a reputation is done so to be exactly tailored to the customer. The customer combines SEO with positive feedback on the browser which will result in positive feedback from the public.
At Status Labs, the expert workers understand how important it is for SEO to be used in order to build a reputation. With that said, they find the web browser the most beneficial source to improve a reputation due to the fact that the first page on Google is always read by the public.