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The Age of the Internet has been known to be merciless to celebrities. These days, online criminals seeking a profit can create malicious sites and attach well-known celebrities’ names to them in order to lure unsuspecting Internet searchers their way. Once there, visitors might not be able to leave without being stuck with some malware on their computers. This is certainly not the type of stuff a celebrity would like their name associated with.
Bad news concerning their online reputation was recently delivered to Emma Watson, Jessica Biel, Halle Berry, and Salma Hayek, among other stars. All appeared on McAfee’s top-ten list of Most Dangerous Celebrities to Search for Online. Watson, in fact, got the number one spot. Given the pressures of the online scene, how can celebrities protect their online reputations?
How Celebrities Can Improve their Online Reputation:
- Create sites with your name in the domain (CelebrityName.com) using content that is different enough on each to get through duplicate content filters
- Participate on social media (Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, or Flickr). We recommend bulk social profile registration services.
- Hire an online reputation management company to develop and manage your content across all the platforms you use
- Following the points above can help push down negative results when people search for your name