We all make mistakes occasionally and in the internet age, bad reviews and low star ratings can stay in Google’s search results and haunt you for years if not addressed.
Whether your customer service was lacking when trying to transition from part-time to full-time IT support, you made a poor hiring decision, or bad comments were undeserved, you don’t have to be defined forever by those negative online mentions.
Knowing the steps to take to clean up a bad online reputation can give you a fresh start and a whole new attitude about yourself and your tech business.
No matter how much technology might cause us to spend time looking at screens, nothing can replace that in-person interaction that connects people and helps us truly get to know each other.
In-person networking is an age-old practice, but one that’s more relevant than ever in today’s internet focused world. There’s just something you get from meeting people, shaking hands, and connecting with them in person that you can’t get through email.
There are multiple benefits of upping your face-to-face networking game, not the least of which is contributing to your tech business reputation, which is like the torque in your marketing engine… where the real power comes from.