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Category Archives: online reputation management
For those of you who follow my blog regularly (so both of you); you might know that I have recently made a change in my career; moving from Deloitte Consulting to HKLM – a strategic brand and communications agency. As part of my new role as Head of Digital Marketing I am looking at ways to augment our delivery.
I have not written about Klout in a while; in fact I have not logged in to Klout in a really long time either. The craze of checking to see what my “Klout Score” was kind of passed and dwindled into obscurity slightly. But be that as it may I logged into Klout again during the week and I was pleasantly surprised by 2 things.
Google are no longer happy with just indexing the internet by keyword relevance. They have now, with the launch of Google Knowledge Graph started indexing the internet in terms of contextual relevance.
I am not generally one of those who get up on their soap box and start sprouting negative sentiment until the cows come home. I am also aware that some of my followers and readers of this blog are not fans of “brand trashing” through social channels. But (as there always is) this time I feel that I have been seriously betrayed by a much loved and admired brand in South Africa. Not only that, but there is a major example here – real life – of how brands can damage themselves should they not be adequately prepared.
Klout.com has been getting a lot of flack lately, with many blogs and bloggers saying that it is only as important as you want it to be. But has Klout’s latest move shed some light on their intentions of where they are wanting to take the platform?
By the looks of things; some South African political parties are finally waking up to the digital revolution and are beginning to embrace online marketing and its integration with offline media. From having a functional website, through to using social media like Twitter and Facebook – the times they are changing!
My usual disclaimer when starting a controversial post. This article is a real rant about the last few communications that I have received from Planet Fitness. I want to illustrate how business operations can greatly affect your marketing campaign and leave you with little control over the backlash is to follow.
In a tide of social media activity – both offline and online, Cell C have become the most talked about cellular provider in South Africa.
Online Reputation Management (ORM) has become one of the biggest talking points of the online marketing industry of late.