March 19, 2014 By Walter Halicki
It is hard to believe that in the 21st century, some business owners still think they do not need a website, social media or an Internet presence to grow your business. The 21st century is well-known for the development and growth of digitization and the management of information globally. We are living the information age, and who controls access to it will always have better opportunities.
Without doubt, word of mouth marketing has always been helpful, and now, more than ever, because of the Internet, reveals JW Maxx Solutions. But because of this new era, marketing has evolved and now offers various branches that cater to the rapid growth of technology. One of the new options is the Buzz Marketing.
Buzz marketing approach “mouth to ear,” which arises from a fact or relevant, surprising and striking news that captures the attention of the recipients so that they feel the need to pass it someone else. Thanks to the Internet, the buzz becomes viral.
JW Maxx Solutions shares that viral marketing is a new technique, which causes people to talk or share a product, service, company or brand spontaneously and rapidly, so that it takes the Internet by storm and spreads like a virus.
Knowing this and knowing the extent you could have your brand or company if you used these tools, do you still believe you really do not need the Internet and new strategies to boost sales and increase visibility of your business?
If you changed your mind, here are some things to consider strategies for Buzz Marketing or Viral Marketing to be successful:
- Provide a product / service value for customers
- Be concise, clear and easy to transmit
- Be scalable quickly
- Exploit common motivations and behaviors
- Use media and social networks
If you do not know how to start, the best option is to seek professional help. Call JW Maxx Solutions today, a specialized company that will guide you through every step of your campaign.
Online Reputation Specialist Explores the Leading Public Relations Changes and Developments from 2013 that will Characterize PR during 2014
February 3, 2014 By Walter Halicki
Online Reputation Specialist Explores the Leading Public Relations Changes and Developments from 2013 that will Characterize PR during 2014
JW Maxx Solutions, an experienced online reputation management firm, is sharing valuable PR trends and tips. The public relations industry advanced to an increasingly important role in the communications sector, according to industry experts. JW Maxx Solutions, an expert in online reputation management services, is taking time out to list major 2013 developments that will define public relations initiatives in 2014.
1. Medium and larger-sized public relations agency growth
Overall, the public relations industry is expanding fast and continues to outpace global economic expansion. Top-tier large PR companies like those of Weber Shandwick are growing in size rapidly as compared to slower growth medium-sized organizations. Online reputation specialists note that this development makes it vitally important for businesses of all sizes to monitor their web authority and presence in 2014.
2. Marketing, sales and public relations collaboration
PR professionals and others in the reputation management services industry affirmed interest in constructing a more integrated marketing and PR plan in which marketing coordinates with public relations efforts. PR professionals can utilize specific aptitudes to work closer with marketing executives in order to increase ROI. Leading online reputation specialists recommend that firms begin with identifying goals for each department to work on cooperatively including social engagement, reputation and customer retention.
November 5, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions is taking the time to explain exactly why it is so important to promote positive content – whether it be pictures, videos, press releases, articles, blog posts or more – about your brand and name. In order to change the way a person or business looks online, it’s essential to create and maintain positive assets. The “positivity” comes from the fact that these assets do not harm the reputation of the company or person they are about in any way. JW Maxx Solutions is revealing exactly why promoting positive content is so important.
One of the best ways to promote positive content is through the use of cross-promotion on several different platforms. There are many routes you can take to achieve this goal, but one of the best ways to do it is through the use of social media. Positive reviews, positive comments, and positive press can all be shared on the various social media platforms that a business or person uses. This way, it is sent out to the greatest number of people for them to see and click on.
2. Promote the positive through asking for reviews
Another way to get positive press is through simply asking for reviews. There are plenty of satisfied customers out there who never post anything online about their experiences. You don’t want to be pushy or annoying, but politely asking members, users, patrons and guests to rate their experiences online when they express their satisfaction and pleasure is a great way to positively boost an online reputation.
October 30, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions understands how to use social media platforms to create incredibly powerful positive media assets that can change any individual’s or company’s Internet landscape. One of the platforms that is extremely effective for this purpose is a Google+ page. Because it is Google’s own social media platform, it ranks very highly on its search engine results.
Announced recently is the ability for all Google+ users who qualify to create their own vanity URLs for their Google+ pages. Online reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions knows that these URLs will allow these pages to be more searchable and even more powerful when it comes to search engine results.
The conditions in order to qualify for a custom URL are as follows:
1. Have a Google+ page or account for at least 30 days
2. Have a profile photo
3. Have at least 10 followers
Users who meet these criterion can sign up for their custom URLs by clicking the “Get a custom URL” button on their Google+ page. This is great for individuals who wish to build a brand name for themselves. As always, businesses with Google+ pages can get a custom URL by linking their website to the social media platform.
October 29, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Reputation management specialist JW Maxx Solutions stays on the cutting edge of technology by utilizing the latest and greatest social media platforms available on the market. The use of these platforms not only increases engagement, increases reach and brings in new customers, but it also creates robust and powerful positive media assets that can dramatically change a client’s online landscape.
Just today, Google announced that its social media platform, Google+, has seen a 37% increase in the number of users from the number of users it had in May. These numbers increased from 190 million to about 300 million. This is truly an impressive accomplishment, as Google+ is quickly emerging as the latest and greatest in social media. The company’s stock enjoyed a significant increase as well, as shares were being traded today at $1,000, which is the first time that prices have been that high in weeks.
Reputation management specialist JW Maxx Solutions shares that Google+’s innovative platform allows social media users to share their information more like real life. Because it is set up through Gmail, contacts are easy to find. There are “hangouts” that users to can up that act as video conferences, pictures can be uploaded, links shared and more. Google’s algorithms respond to its own social media platform very well, which makes it an ideal platform for both businesses and individuals to use.
October 24, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions knows the importance of understanding Google’s search engine algorithms. As a leading online reputation management company, JW Maxx Solutions utilizes many different strategies in order to provide positive media outcomes to growth-oriented companies. The update, nicknamed “Hummingbird,” was the first time that Google has updated its search engine in nearly 10 years, and while users have probably not noticed any difference when they have searched for things, the way that Google pulls up these results has changed for the better. There are several different things that content marketers need to know about this new update, and the online reputation experts at JW Maxx Solutions are taking the time to detail the most important aspects of this historic update.
1. Get acquainted with synonyms
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions uses various strategies when implementing key words for clients. One of the best ways to direct traffic is through the use of several different targeted key words. For example, if a company had a car washing business called Benson’s Car Wash in Dallas, the online reputation experts at JW Maxx Solutions would utilize the key words, “Benson’s Car Wash,” “Benson’s Car Detailing,” “Car Wash Dallas,” and more. These key words would be centered around the company’s name, the type of services they offer and their location. It’s important to note that synonyms should be used, as Google is now intuitive enough to pull up car detailing services when someone searches for a great car wash.
2. Grow a long tail
JW Maxx Solutions has utilized long tail keywords for quite some time. With the new Google Hummingbird update, these long tail keywords will be indexed better than ever before. Long tail key words are groups of words or phrases that are more complex that the average search. Going back to the Benson’s Car Wash in Dallas, some long tail key words would be, “best car wash in Dallas,” “best car detailing service in Dallas,” “friendliest car wash in Texas,” and other such key words. In short, long tail keywords are more of a phrase that is searched than a set of key words.
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions is looking forward to seeing how the practices they have already been utilizing for so long will be positively impacted by this new set of updates. For more information about the online reputation management services that JW Maxx Solutions provides, visit www.jwmaxxsolutions.com
October 23, 2013 By Walter Halicki
JW Maxx Solutions understands the use of online reputation management to further a brand name. Through using several different social media platforms, various websites and other avenues, this web reputation management company is able to dominate search engine results in order to create a positive Internet landscape.
Recently, broadcasting giant CBS has been having some trouble with their Monday night comedy “2 Broke Girls.” The sitcom follows the misadventures of two young women who work at a diner during the day, and who are trying to start a cupcake baking business by night. The colorful cast of characters always seems to get into some sort of predicament with abundant comical situations. The acting leaves something to be desired, but overall, it is not a bad show. In a recent article from the Associated Press, Brad Adgate, an analyst for Horizon Media said, “It’s an OK comedy, but I don’t think it’s a show that creates appointment viewing.”
While the writing on the show could be improved, online reputation management could also be utilized in a more effective way. Online reputation management company JW Maxx Solutions knows that one of the best ways to get viewers is to create social media buzz. This sitcom is definitely geared towards a younger crowd, so why not market directly to those viewers on the platforms they frequent the most? 2 Broke Girls does have a Facebook page, a Twitter page and a Youtube channel, but that’s all we could find in terms of social media. Pinterest, Tumblr, Instagram and more could definitely be used to create some hype and buzz about the show. The advantage to using these platforms is they are usually free. Visuals work well with these platforms, as they are easily digested and shared.
Web reputation management won’t save this show from bad ratings or decreased viewers, but it might create some extra buzz and expose more people to the brand of humor that this show ascribes to.
August 27, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Recently, singer Chris Brown has had a lot of legal woes: from an alleged assault at a club to a hit-and-run case. Recently, the “Don’t Wake Me Up,” vocalist went on a Twitter rant about the 1,000 hours of community service he was recently sentenced to. The tweet accused the District Attorney of being racist and suggested that the court’s time would be better spent taking care of people who are on skid row rather than to concern itself with Chris Browns’ exploits.
This is not the first time Brown has used Twitter to express anger and frustration. Time and time again, he has expressed his lack of concern for what people think about him and his music. In fact, Brown even deleted his Twitter account after a nasty back-and-forth exchange with comedian Jenny Johnson over the social media platform.
Although Chris Brown has a huge following of nearly 13 million Twitter followers and nearly 32 million Facebook fans with even more fans of his music around the world, he is damaging his reputation by directly attacking individuals through social media. His use of vulgar language is equally as damaging.
Social media reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions advises that celebrities refrain from using curse words in social media posts. It is not a good idea to directly engage with cyber bullies over Twitter, either. Back-and-forth attacks over social media are viewable by the entire world and are extremely hard to erase, especially if the original message has been retweeted.
Interestingly, the R&B crooner’s official Facebook fan page is completely free of any and all negative content, and instead focuses on the singer’s strong suits, hobbies, and news. While Brown’s Twitter feed also includes promotional content about upcoming singles, music video premiers and recent concerts. However, this positive content is interspersed with tweets that are scathing and hateful in tone.
“If Chris Brown can’t clean up his Twitter feed, there will more than likely be serious repercussions in the future,” CEO of JW Maxx and online reputation management expert, Walter Halicki said.
Recently, Brown deleted the vulgar posts he had made regarding his imminent community service sentence and replaced the tweets saying; “The community service isn’t a problem anymore…” While this tweet was much more positive than his previous posts and the negative posts had been removed, they had already been retweeted and many writers and media outlets had already taken screen shots of the singer’s rant.
“Just because something is removed from Twitter, doesn’t mean it’s removed from the Internet,” Halicki said.
JW Maxx Solutions is one of the industry leaders in fixing online reputations. For more information on how JW Maxx Solutions can help with your online presence, visit http://jwmaxxsolutions.com
July 22, 2013 By Walter Halicki
The internet reputation management specialists at JW Maxx Solutions say that knowing how to monitor your online reputation is especially important over the summer months. With many families and businesses having extra time to research big-ticket items and services, negative information showing up high in search engines or on social media can at best make it difficult for a company to grow and at worst make it difficult for them to survive. Companies need to be able to adapt to changes in search engines, negative news stories, and social media trends.
One important thing that a business wanting to learn how to monitor your online reputation needs to do is take a look at its own website. Enabling users to post reviews, questions, feedback, etc. on your actual site makes it much easier to monitor the business’s reputation because that is the place customers will be most likely to post information. Those that choose to have such a feature are taking a risk, but the risk can pay off if properly managed. This opens up the possibility that users of a company’s products or services will post negative feedback. Some may be tempted to moderate comments so that negative reviews don’t appear. This is a terrible idea since those users would then complain elsewhere that the business was censoring its site, something that creates an image of dishonesty.
Instead, businesses need to respond to criticism, especially that on their own sites, immediately, directly, honestly, and in a way that offers a solution to the problem. Doing so shows potential customers that the business cares about customer satisfaction and can be trusted to conduct its business honestly. Depending on the product or service, that advantage alone can give one business an edge over another.
Knowing how to monitor your online reputation on the business’s site is one thing, say the experts at JW Maxx Solutions, but monitoring the rest of the internet can be a challenge. Knowing the business’s customers and how they find information is very important. For example, younger customers are more likely to use social media to research companies while older customers would be more likely to use search engines. Frequent searches for Facebook groups or Twitter posts about a company are important, as are searches in the most common search engines, along with terms like “scam” and “negative reviews”. Although fortnightly searches may be enough through much of the year, summer searches should be conducted at least once or twice a week.
July 19, 2013 By Walter Halicki
The online reputation experts at JW Maxx Solutions say that protecting your online presence is especially important for businesses in the summer of 2013. While internet security gets most of its attention from the very real threat of identity theft, businesses can also suffer severe damage to their reputations should their personal information fall into the wrong hands. Beyond having money stolen directly from their accounts, future earnings, and even jobs, can be lost thanks to insufficient security.
Online reputation experts say that protecting your online presence starts with the use of secure servers. Secure servers encrypt and decrypt messages, making it more difficult for third parties to steal information that is uploaded to or downloaded from the internet. This step is a sine qua non of internet security and should not be ignored regardless of what other security steps are taken.
While protecting your online presence starts with the use of secure servers, it certainly doesn’t end there. Company passwords must be secure and extremely difficult to guess. Each user should have a unique password that contains uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols if possible. These passwords should be changed at least every six months, but more frequently if there is any reason to think that the company’s internet security has been compromised.
Protecting your online presence carries over into social networks as well. The sharing of passwords for these networks should be on a need to know basis only, as this raises the level of accountability for those who have access to them and makes it easier to determine who misused them and how in the event of a problem. Careful records should be kept about who has what passwords, as well as the log-in locations, times, and frequencies of their use.
Another step in protecting your online presence is avoiding the use of accessing business accounts from public computers or those that do not belong to the business or its employees. Other computers are far more likely to have spyware that can enable thieves and competitors to gain access to professional websites and accounts. If a business relies heavily on its website, this can effectively grind it the business to a halt until the problem is resolved.
Finally, protecting your online presence means sometimes taking actions that others deem unnecessary or offensive. Should an employee give notice, his access to their internet accounts, be they company websites, social networking accounts, or anything else should be revoked except for those duties that absolutely cannot be done by anyone else. Once an employee leaves, all passwords should be changed. In the event of an employee being fired or downsized, the passwords to which he has access should be changed prior to informing him of the decision to prevent him from posting damaging information about the company.
July 16, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Creating a positive online presence is critical for new businesses and entrepreneurs say the online reputation experts JW Maxx Solutions. With so many challenges facing new businesses, from funding and office space to staffing and sourcing, entrepreneurs have to understand just how important their online reputation is. This seemingly ancillary challenge could be the difference between building positive momentum and petering out like so many others.
JW Maxx Solutions say that the reason that creating a positive online presence is so important is that it will impact every other aspect of the business. If they do nothing else, anyone and everyone with whom the business’s leaders interact, whether electronically or in person, will have a quick look around the internet for some background on the company and, likely, the individual(s). What they find will set the tone for the rest of the interaction. At this early stage, there will likely be very limited information about the business, meaning that just one or two negative statements or reviews can potentially create a serious problem for the company.
Due to the lack of information about the company, many of those with whom the entrepreneur(s) interact will conduct a quick search for information about him, generally looking at his background, education, experience, etc. In some cases, this could even include a Facebook profile. Although nobody is likely to care about what shows up in those photos, they could well be concerned about the discretion and judgment of an entrepreneur who has them available for public viewing. Creating a positive online presence demands that entrepreneurs take steps to control what is and is not publicly viewable about them online.
Beyond Facebook, though, Google, Yahoo, and other search engines could turn up little to no information. While this would not be devastating by itself, even a small bit of negative information could be problematic. The solution to a dearth of information, or, worse, negative information, is proactively creating a positive online presence. Small business leaders should make an effort to enable satisfied customers and business partners to post information about them online. It’s even better if such information appears at least in part on the small business’s website. The more positive information that is presented at this early stage, the easier it will be to maintain and build the business’s reputation moving forward. As with a building, it is far easier to start with a strong foundation than to attempt to prepare the foundation after the house has been built.
Brand Reputation Management Specialists State that a Business’s Online Reputation is More Important than ever
June 25, 2013 By Walter Halicki
The brand reputation management specialists at JW Maxx Solutions say that in the summer of 2013, a business’s online reputation is its reputation, with very rare exceptions. How does a business know if it’s an exception? If they have to ask, it’s not.
Consumers have more access to information now than ever before. Whereas comparison shopping once required exploring several options throughout a mall, or even a city, it’s now as easy as typing a few words into a computer or phone to conduct a search or ask Facebook friends or Twitter followers for feedback. Adjusting to this new reality is not just a bonus for businesses, but a necessary step for survival.
While relying on brand reputation management specialists to help companies adapt to this new reality, there are other steps they can take. For starters, a company needs to build at least one large website and keep it regularly updated. The more pages a business has and the more frequently those pages are updated, the more likely it is that they will dominate search engine results and force customers to try to find negative information about them. Since most users go not more than three pages into search results before either trying another search or working with the information they have, this alone can go a long way toward protecting a business’s reputation.
The brand reputation management specialists at JW Maxx also recommend paying careful attention to the comments and reviews on major sites that sell their products or services. Amazon and Ebay, thanks to their massive, frequently updated websites, are placed high in search engine rankings, and negative reviews on these pages can do serious damage to a business. Rather than try to discredit these reviews, as many businesses do, it’s best to make an effort to respond to the concerns and, if possible, help that individual customer resolve their problem. This shows to customers who see it that a business is serious about customer service and committed to providing the value it promises.
Finally, monitoring news and new information about a business both locally for regional businesses and nationally for others is an absolute must say brand reputation management specialists. Setting up alerts and an RSS feed can help to prevent small, manageable problems from becoming business-threatening nightmares. Negative stories about a business can be managed if responses are direct and immediate because the business gets to tell its side of the story along with the initial report. Missing this opportunity can frequently mean that the story gets repeated both online and in every-day conversations without that critical response. Even if one comes later, it becomes much more difficult to erase the negative image that has already been created in the consumers’ minds.
June 18, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Knowing how to monitor your online reputation over the summer is critical, say the online reputation experts at JW Maxx Solutions. The summer months offer unique challenges and opportunities for businesses, especially those that sell seasonal or higher priced goods and services, i.e. ones that would be considered “major purchases” in the budgets of most families. Most people take their vacations in the summer months, which gives them more time to research goods and services that they may have put off purchasing. Companies that have a lot of bad information about them posted high in search results are likely to lose out to their competition.
It is possible to learn how to monitor your online reputation without the help of professionals, but it does require some time and effort. A good starting point is learning how your current and new customers heard about the company. Many websites require registration or include an online purchasing process that includes questions about name, address, phone number, etc. Including an optional field about how the customer heard about the company will offer some insight into what is currently working for the company. The more specific the answer choices for such a question are the better. While information online is ever-changing, most businesses will find that the information included on the sources that customers site is positive.
The other advantage that this offers companies trying to learn about how to manage your online reputation is that they will be able to learn what’s not working. For example, if most of the company’s customers are coming from the Yahoo search engine, there could very well be a problem with the information showing up in the company’s Google search results. The same is true for monitoring social media. If no new customers first heard about a business on Facebook, there could well be some very damaging information on the site.
Another effective way for learning how to manage your online reputation is the use of focus groups or test buyers. A company with the resources to do so could hire people to be part of a study that examines how they find information about the company online. When the customer arrives, they can sit them down at a computer and monitor both the computer screen and the users’ eye movements. This will help the company to learn more about how potential customers find information about them, as well as the results that they get and what part(s) of various pages their would-be customers actually see.
Online Reputation Expert, JW Maxx Solutions, Offers the Best Assistance in Maintaining Better Public Relations in 2013
June 17, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online reputation expert, JW Maxx Solutions has been among the most prestigious online reputation experts, promising secure online reputation management for corporate entities, small business owners, and entrepreneurs as an aid in accomplishing their business goals.
In this era of e-commerce business, maintaining a solid online reputation, and thus ensuring smooth and secure business operation, has become one of the most crucial issues for nearly all types of business and corporate entities.
As the business grows, the importance of rendering the assistance of an online reputation expert is necessary for accomplishing the goals of any business organization. Understanding the necessity of developing and maintaining better public relations, JW Maxx Solutions offers complete social media packages for all types and classes of business entities.
In this era of the World Wide Web, most businesses are reachable through the Internet, either directly or indirectly. Business entrepreneurs as well as established business entities are proactive in keeping close relations with their customers so that a strong online reputation is preserved. JW Maxx Solutions, an established and trustworthy online reputation expert, has brought together the advice of professional public relations experts to develop and provide clean and attractive company profiles for businesses on the web.
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions has dedicated itself to ensuring professional and quality online reputation management services for businesses along with suitable continuous online reputation building and maintenance strategies. These services by this company have led it to become a trustworthy public relations expert to many business organizations.
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions has been helping business, and corporate entities to provide a stable online reputation to their customers as well as the search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing, and others. Effective and trustworthy SEO service along with perfect media marketing strategies by the professional SEO experts and media marketers of this company are promising, according to its customers.
Walter Halicki, the founder and CEO of online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions, believes that building and maintaining a better image to ensure a strong public relationship is important for any business unit, even if the company has no or limited online business involvement. “The modern era of Internet marketing has created an opportunity for businesses, regardless of their types and classes, to connect themselves with people around the world. Therefore, a spotless and positive company profile is what most of the companies should be looking for,” stated Halicki.
As a premier online reputation expert, JW Maxx Solution also offers free consultations to potential customers throughout 2013. Therefore, JW Maxx Solutions is building and maintaining businesses’ positive images, which highlight their business profile and allow them to catch customers’ attention.
Online Reputation Expert JW Maxx Solutions Talks Reputation Management Following Royal Caribbean Cruise Fire
May 31, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online Reputation Expert JW Maxx Solutions is discussing the steps that Royal Caribbean after a fire aboard one of their ships, and how that affects their online reputation.
On Memorial Day, a fire broke out at the rear of Royal Caribbean’s cruise ship Grandeur. The ship was on course for CocoCay, Bahamas when the fire started around 2:50 in the morning. By 5 in the morning, the fire had been extinguished, and the ship had changed courses for Freeport, Bahamas.
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions has learned that the fire began within an aft mooring deck which then spread to the fourth deck and crew lounge area before it was finally put out. The fire caused significant exterior damage in the areas it swept through. Royal Caribbean canceled the rest of the cruise, and the passengers were told they would be flying home from Freeport. Thanks to the new Cruise Industry Passenger Bill of Rights, which went into effect just a week before the fire took place, passengers aboard the Grandeur will receive a full refund for the trip.
Online reputation expert JW Maxx Solutions points out that having a system in place, like the recently enacted Cruise Industry Passenger Bill of Rights, is integral to maintaining a strong hold on a business’s online reputation. Some of the main guarantees that the new Bill of Rights promises passengers is the right of partial refund, right to an emergency power source, and the right to disembark a docked ship if adequate resources are not available onboard. These rights come after the February Carnival Triumph disaster and the 2012 Costa Concordia disaster in which thirty-two people perished.
Simply saying the Bill exists, and actually following through with it are two very different things, though. However, following the recent incident with the Grandeur, it looks like Cruise Industry Passenger Bill of Rights are a real safeguard for the cruiseline’s customers. This is very good news, in regards to the company’s online reputation. Now, when a customer starts thinking about going on a cruise, they will be reassured by the fact that they are now protected under certain rights, should something go wrong on the cruise.
Online reputation expert, JW Maxx Solutions, knows that with such a plan in order, people are more likely to trust a brand and conduct business with them. The bill also helps people to see that the industry leaders are paying attention to customer needs, and are enacting new guidelines all the time to help ensure their guests have a positive experience.
JW Maxx Solutions is offering free consultation for prospective clients throughout the rest of 2013.
Online Reputation Management Firm JW Maxx Solutions Weighs in on 2013 OJ Simpson Trial and Reputation Management of the Guilty Parties
May 25, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online Reputation Management experts, JW Maxx Solutions talk about the newest set of charges against former NFL player OJ Simpson, who was previously tried of murder, and later acquitted.
Last week, OJ Simpson testified in a Vegas courtroom, claiming that his former attorney, Yale Galanter, suggested that Simpson could use force to get back personal property from sports memorabilia vendors in 2007, so long as he did not trespass. Simpson took the advice to the next level, and held up the various vendors at gunpoint, with other individuals backing him up, forcing the vendors to give up their items. Out of the five other individuals that accompanied Simpson in the robbery, four pleaded guilty in order to obtain reduced charges in exchange for their testimony.
“The overall advice that [Galanter] gave me is that you have a right to get your stuff. He gave me an example that if you’re walking the street and you see your laptop in a car, you can use force to break the window of the car,” Simpson explained to the court. In 2008, Simpson was found guilty of all charges and sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Now, while imprisoned, Simpson is seeking a new trial, on the grounds that Galanter ineffectively represented Simpson.
Online reputation management firm, JW Maxx Solutions points out that Simpson never discussed with Galanter about whether weaponry would be used in the alleged robbery. Simpson and co-defendants were accused of intimidating the vendors with weapons. Today, Galanter is scheduled to testify in the Simpson trial.
Now, on trial, Galanter testified that Simpson confided to him that Simpson knew that two of his robbery accomplices were bringing guns. “He knew he screwed up,” Galanter said. “He said, ‘The other guys had guns and I didn’t.’” Now, online reputation management firm, JW Maxx Solutions, has learned that Simpson is seeking counsel with two new lawyers, Patricia Palm and Ozzie Fumo, in his new case against Galanter.
Galanter claims that Simpson told of his plan to rob the vendors, the night before the incident, but that Galanter never gave the go-ahead, and instead urged Simpson to call the police, instead of getting involved himself. Now, Galanter and Simpson are expected to face off, in court.
Online reputation management firm, JW Maxx Solutions points out that when such a lengthy and publicized court case, such as OJ Simpson’s original murder trial take place, it is nearly impossible for the public to forget about it. Because of that reputation-damaging trial, it can be difficult to find a jury that can be called to provide a fair trial for Simpson.
JW Maxx Solutions’ online reputation management experts work around the clock to repair their client’s damaged online reputation. Free consultation is available through the rest of the year, for prospective clients.
Online Reputation Management Company JW Maxx Solutions Looks at Recent Court Cases as Examples of Reputation Management
May 22, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online reputation management company, JW Maxx Solutions discusses how OJ Simpson’s new court case claiming his former attorney did not properly represent him, is just as damaging to his reputation as previous court cases.
In a Las Vegas courtroom, OJ Simpson testified that his former attorney, Yale Galanter, recommended that Simpson could weild an amount of force to reclaim stolen personal belongings from sports memorabilia vendors back in 2007. Simpson took the alleged advice to the next level, and backed by a group of individuals, held up the vendors at gunpoint and intimidated the vendors to give up their items. Out of the five individuals that accompanied Simpson in the robbery, four pleaded guilty in order to obtain reduced charges in exchange for their testimony.
Now, while imprisoned, Simpson is seeking a new trial, on the notion that Galanter improperly represented Simpson. “The overall advice that [Galanter] gave me is that you have a right to get your stuff. He gave me an example that if you’re walking the street and you see your laptop in a car, you can use force to break the window of the car,” Simpson explained to the court. Back in 2008, Simpson was found guilty of all charges and sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Online reputation management company JW Maxx Solutions has learned that on Friday the 17th of May, Galanter is scheduled to testify in the Simpson trial.
Currently on trial, Galanter testified that Simpson secretly told him that Simpson knew that two of his accomplices were armed, going into the incident. “He knew he screwed up,” Galanter said. “He said, ‘The other guys had guns and I didn’t.’” Now, online reputation management firm, JW Maxx Solutions, has found out that Simpson is seeking counsel with two new attorneys, Ozzie Fumo and Patricia Palm, in his recent case against Galanter.
Claiming that Simpson told him of the plans the night before the incident, Galanter says he never gave his approval or suggested that course of action and told Simpson to simply call the police, instead of taking matters into his own hands. Now, Galanter and Simpson are expected to face off, in court.
As an industry leading online reputation management company, JW Maxx Solutions is quick to point out that when such a well-publicized court case, such as OJ Simpson’s original murder trial takes place, it is nearly impossible for the public to dismiss the established reputation of those convicted. Because of the reputation-damaging trial, it can be difficult to find a jury that can be called to provide a fair trial if a second case branches out from the first.
JW Maxx Solutions’ online reputation management experts work around the clock to repair their client’s damaged online reputation. Free consultation is available through the rest of the year, for prospective clients.
Online Reputation Management Expert JW Maxx Solutions Shows Off New Tips for Recharging an Online Reputation
May 3, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Online reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions specializes in creating, maintaining, and promoting a company’s online reputation and they are now sharing some of their most common suggestions.
Online reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions, led by CEO and founder Walter Halicki, has been steadily growing within the reputation defense industry for several years. Since the internet is always in a constant state of change, it is very important for a reputation manager to be on top of all these new developments. With the reveal of these new tips and tricks, JW Maxx Solutions remains the best at keeping business seen online and also positively perceived.
Online reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions has heard many clients complain about how negative reviews are hurting their business. It is irrelevant whether or not these reviews are based in fact—they are not good for business. However, there is a very low possibility that these negative reviews can be removed completely so it is best to fight back with positive ones. Not a lot of companies these days are harnessing the power of their happy user base to review them on the multitude of review sites out there. “Many businesses fear these review sites, thinking that they are only a source of negativity,” states Halicki. “They need to remember the possible positive outcomes and potential business that can come from them.”
Although saying that nothing can be done about these negative reviews isn’t completely true, according to online reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions. They work very closely with a law firm that specializes in online defamation, and people who spread untrue and hurtful allegation against a business can be prosecuted according to Internet law. In that case the negative material will also be deleted forever.
Online reputation management expert JW Maxx Solutions also suggests that businesses check their online presence regularly. In doing this, they will be always aware of what is going on with their reputation and can quickly take action against anything negative that pops up. “The longer a negative post stays at the top of page one, the tougher it is to remove,” says Halicki, “and the business that isn’t doing its homework will suffer.”
May 1, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Every year the internet becomes a more active place for online businesses and online shopping. Online marketing and sales is one of the top ways businesses can promote and sell their products. As the internet becomes easier to use for the general public it is important to make sure that you and your businesses online presence is almost spotless. Reputation Experts JW Maxx Solutions share the top 3reasons why it is important to protect and monitor your online reputation.
1. Positive Online reviews
Reviews about your business can make or break you. If a consumer were to Google you or businesses name would the content that showed up in the search engine’s results be negative or positive? Most of the time it’s negative. Whether it is well deserved or not. People love to complain and be nasty if they have felt they were scammed, treated poorly or just had an experience with you or your business that wasn’t up to their expectations.
The best way to monitor and protect you or your businesses reviews is to ask your consumers or client’s to write positive reviews for them after a purchase or service. Not everyone will do this but it doesn’t hurt to enlighten them to the fact that there is a place where they can give you positive feedback online.
2. Create Social Media Sites and a Positive Engaging Presence
It is important to invest your time by creating and engaging in social media networks like Facebook and Twitter. Make sure that you use you or your companies name as the user name is important. If you don’t secure you or your business’ name someone else will. Engaging in positive online conversation on social media networks will also work in your favor. This will show the consumer that you are active and trying to communicate with them in a positive light.
If there are negative posts or messages visible to everyone take them off the public’s eye and deal with them in a kind professional manner. Sometimes it is also best to not respond to a negative post or email if it is getting out of hand. An angry consumer might take your kind gesture or attempt to correct the situation wrong and blast you online for it.
3. Unique and Organic Content
When people go to your website or social media sites they want to see fresh organic content written by you. If your site looks spammy it can deter your from business. Google and search engines use an algorithm to determine how relevant and resourceful your site is. If your site looks spammy and gets reported as spammy and the search engines are notified. This can make your site harder to find on the search engines results preventing business and giving negative posts (if any) about you or your company surface when your site should be number one for your name or search terms.
By writing content that is your own will help prevent this from happening. It will also give you the ability to take your post and share it via social media sites you own.
Recent Press Release: Reputation Experts JW Maxx Solutions Warns Public against Hacking Attacks like the “Fake Obama Injury” Tweet
April 25, 2013 By Walter Halicki
Check out the latest press release from JW Maxx Solutions “Reputation Experts JW Maxx Solutions Warns Public against Hacking Attacks like the “Fake Obama Injury” Tweet” regarding the Associated Press Twitter account hacking earlier this week.
Earlier today the Associated Press’ Twitter was hacked and falsely reported a “Fake Obama Injury” and explosions at The White House. Forbes reported that the tweets stating “Breaking: Two Explosions in the White House and Barack Obama is injured” was false information, shortly after the @AP Twitter account was hacked.
These tweets were not stopped in time and reached thousands of users, even affecting The Dow in the Stock Market, Forbes reported. The White House announced shortly after the Associated Press announced they were hacked and their Twitter account suspended that the tweet was false. Unfortunately the damage has been done. Reputation Expert, JW Maxx Solutions not surprised that the Associate Press was hacked and offers solid advice and warnings to social media users everywhere.