High Quality and No Cost

Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Tuesday 24 May 2011 4:09 am

There are a host of websites on the Internet that claim to give users free websites for nothing. Lots of them are even telling the truth. But few of them really deliver any sort of quality product–and for free, how can the customer really complain? However, finding a site that will not just give you a free website, but make sure it’s high quality, that is a tough thing to do.

Jimdo is a site that is both free and high quality. You can create your own domain and website at Jimdo. Essentially, you are creating a subdomain that can be found at BlahBlah.Jimdo.com. If, for example, I’m a soccer enthusiast, I might put “SoccerFan.Jimdo.com” as my URL. I do, in fact, have my own website, but it is a subdomain of Jimdo.

For people who are out to use their website for online reputation management services reasons, this is perfect. Google reputation management is a big reason why services like this even exist. People want to make sure theirname.jimdo.com is taken by them, instead of some anonymous Internet malcontent who wants to do their online reputation harm.

Average Readership of One

Posted by admin | Uncategorized | Monday 16 May 2011 9:20 am

Celebrities know that when they became famous, they became the subject of much public attention. This is just a fact of life, unfortunately, for these people. Celebrities are under public scrutiny at basically all times–nowhere is that scrutiny more narrow or abusive than online. On the Internet, the famous or even semi-famous can easily find that they are the subject to ridicule.

According to powerful public relations figure Lord Bell, stars that have their reputations trashed online must be careful not to overreact. “I think it was the chief executive of Google who said there were a billion blogs and they have an average readership of one.

This is certainly true. There are countless blogs on the web which are really more like personal diaries. People may occasionally stumble upon them, but for the most part it is simply a small piece of the web that will only ever be seen by its author. Google reputation management still has to take these thousands of blogs into account, though,  because they can be quite damaging to an online reputation if used correctly.