Although a bad reputation can seriously affect your career, business, credibility
and future prospects, I could think of a dozen things from the top of my head that
are far more important.
That said, for some people, a good reputation is worth more than money, with
a handful prepared to go to extremes to protect their good name.
In the (relatively) new age of social media, anyone who cares about their reputation
will be assessing the potential risk of hurtful, misleading or untrue content on
the internet and investigating ways to correct or remedy the situation.
Below is an infographic from New Jersey-based Digital Firefly Marketing.
Thoughts on customer service, communication and, of course, reputation management.