Yasni is a nice free tool that lets you search for people and services. The results of those searches will tell you how that person/service is seen from an online point of view. The only downfall of Yasni is that it will include any results that match your criteria. For example, if I search for my own name, I find results from Louisville (me), Kentucky (me), and Michigan (not me).
Five tools to help keep your reputation clean
by Jack Wallen | June 11, 2012, 11:47am PDT | Image 10 of 11
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Then I read the comments, only to find that about half of them strongly disagree with one recommendation, with no rebuttals from other readers. Since there is no healthy debate regarding the value of this one recommendation I've inferred that TR didn't do its homework and gave poor information. This one recommendation seems to be not only unhelpful, but also one to be avoided.
I thought the purpose of sites like TR is that industry insiders distill the gobs of relevant industry information into accurate and useful articles for subscribers. Am I missing something here?
Once more, we give up more of our Personal space
If I have to rely on programs like this, heaven help me!
I Signed up for Reputation.com...
Excellent subject matter lacking substantive value
... disappointed here too
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