Category Archives: People Search
Protect and Manage Clients’ Online Reputations with Curated Search Results: A Recent Talk at the PRSA National Conference in San Francisco
PR crisis management expert James Lukaszewski (Google Me via Vizibility) and Vizibility founder and CEO James Alexander (Google Me via Vizibility) gave a […]
Offline, there are tons of factors that can validate our presence, like street addresses, phone numbers, identification cards, etc. However, doing the same online is not so easy. Since we live in a digital world, it’s more difficult to not […]
Spring is finally here, and with the season brings a sense of newness. It’s all about starting fresh, from your clothes to your habits.
With this in mind, you should also be thinking about cleaning up your online presence, specifically your […]
Imagine going to an invite-only party. You wait in line in the blistering cold until you reach the burly doorman, who takes your invitation and identification and scowls at it for a moment. He checks the list, looks at your […]
You may think you have a unique name, capable of attracting a correct Google search. However, the bigger the population gets, the more likelihood someone has not just a similar name, but the same name.
Why do you need to worry […]
I recently sat down with Keith Petri, founder of eBranding Me, and discussed how Vizibility got started, the importance of standing out in search results, and mistaken identity online. Keith’s interview was also a great opportunity to discuss the parallels […]
The web has made a lot of things easier. From research to staying in touch, the Internet is usually our go-to place when we want more information. Unfortunately, it has also taken things like bullying to another level. According to […]
It’s the new year, and with the unemployment rate down for the first time in months, many hiring managers and recruiters are gearing up for a sudden rise in hiring. According to BSG Team Ventures, there are numerous things that […]
There are many ironies on the Internet. Privacy is one of them. Simply put, when we want to be invisible, social networking sites make it virtually impossible to figure out how (and if you do it doesn’t seem to matter […]