Why and How Online Reviews or Positive Branding Matters?
SEO Digital Gurus13
April 26,2020 at 11:43AM UTC
Nowadays everyone has the ability to access the internet. Internet facility helps man to get everything within a few minutes. Most of people use smartphones and laptops today and use social media to stay connected. Internet facility makes the world smaller by proving information to a large number of people. So it can be said that the internet has brought each and everything to our fingertips. Nowadays we can purchase everything online.
Since people are buying the products and services online, customer reviews are also important to increase the business. Before buying any particular brand, the customers go through and read the reviews given by the previous customers who had used the product. So customer reviews are very important for the upcoming customers too. The customers read reviews to understand what products and services to purchase. By seeing the image and by reading only the information about a product, a customer may not understand about the actual quality of the product. Thus reviews are vital for them.
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Reviews make the customers aware of a particular brand. Customers search for various websites to know about a product or brand, so customer reviews can help them to search the appropriate one.
Positive reviews always attract customers. They encourage customers to purchase their products and services.
Reviews (whether positive or negative) helps in the decision making process. A confused customer can easily decide what to buy after reading the reviews.
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Every aspect of a company should say something about the brand that the company wants to offer. So branding is very important for a company that distinguishes it from other companies. The logo of the brand must be attractive so that it can catch the eye of a customer. Customers go through the websites to see the different brands. Positive brand image helps in developing goodwill. Online reputation management services provide the best online image for a particular brand of a company. Thus positive branding is very important to establish the business.
A good brand can always express the importance of the product and service to the customer based on positive branding. To develop trust among the customers, a company must set up a brand that is real and transparent. A customer purchases a brand when he or she understands the actual use of the product.
Positive branding helps to increase the growth of the company. The employees present in a company are likely to work efficiently when they can spread the positive uses of a product. Thus it helps to increase the brand awareness too.
Marketing and advertising also become easier because of positive branding. Positive branding also helps in increasing the sale of the product.
Link building plan helps to develop the business by promoting the brand of a company. Even it helps to increase the SEO ranking. Online Review Management Services in India provide fully managed review management which includes monitoring online reviews and improving the trust among the customers. They also catch negative reviews before they are posted on the internet.
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I was removed and benched and now fired.
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Hello I am a fresh graduate industrial engineer, it's been around 3 months since I started my journey to get a job and until now I couldn't get an offer.
What are really the requirements needed in order to get a job? And tbh I am starting to doubt myself.
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Is this a red flag?
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Not sure what else I can do..
Just over a year ago I got a new boss. She came in strong and made some changes that a lot were not happy with. She claims to be holding people accountable but she’s really just pointing the finger and persecuting everyone for their mistakes.
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Just need to mildly vent.
I recently lost my contract job and have had to start the applying and interview process again UGH! Anyway, have a second interview with a company for a position that I’m over qualified for and will be making a lot less money. The second interview is where I have to do a presentation followed by questions. Not thrilled by no issues. What I am annoyed with is having to send them my presentation in advanced. I was more prepared to just take over the screen and present. Why do companies feel that they can ask for your work and possibly use a later date. It is bad enough when you are asked questions about a past project that the company may also be considering and want to know your ideas and processes on how you accomplished it. (You see them writing down notes during this specific conversation), and not call you back for the next stage of interview.
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Just needed to get this off my chest
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I'm going to go a little differently on this.
While I appreciate the employee's personal challenges, you both have roles that need to be performed for the company. I actually am sensing some manipulation by the employee and you stepped straight into it. If she is messaging you on Facebook, that means that you probably added her as a personal friend. It sounds like potential manipulation lured you into blurring boundaries that could set you up for a challenging situation down the road particularly if her performance is not up to par. It is possible to be an empathetic leader while also maintaining appropriate workplace boundaries. Many people today are going through different types of struggles. The balance is in finding humanity while also having realistic expectations of them to perform their role and being clear on the boundaries. It's fantastic the employee is in therapy but therapy is not something to be weaponized for poor performance. Incredibly, there's nothing in this long post about how this employee is actually performing their job. I think more of your time should be spent on helping her achieve career goals versus getting into her personal situation about which you only hear one side. I found that it's best to maintain professional boundaries especially with someone who reports to you. If you decide to be friends after one of you leaves the job, that's completely fine. But while you're on the job, situations like this are fraught with landmines.