Whether you like it or not, everywhere you go, other people will be able to instantly access information about your reputation - with or without your knowledge or consent. It's the least aspirational non-fiction book I think I've ever read. They say that reviews are posted mostly by dissatisfied customers resulting in low ratings for their hotels and that they would like me to help them balance it. Reputation can affect how other deal with you, whether or not they are willing to extend credit to you, and who may potentially employ you, among other things. In a world full of social networking, people often do not realize what they post, or what is posted about them, can have an impact on their reputation. I was drawn to this book because I had been job hunting and wanted to make sure I was keeping my professional and personal lives separate.
Now, I'm pretty deliberately doing what the book tells me not to do here: Yes, I am putting negative content online. Maybe even the odd perk or upgrade along the way too. This book sounded interesting, but I dismiss its claims as invalid. A practical and engaging guide offering cutting-edge strategies for how to control, curate and optimise your digital reputation to improve professional, financial and social prospects In a world where technology allows companies to gather, aggregate and analyse data about us that includes our buying habits, our financial behavior, our professional and personal networks, and even our physical whereabouts - our digital reputations are becoming our most valuable currency. He lives in Los Angeles, California. Ever heard of the term? Fortunately the book only took a few hours to read, but unfortunately I cannot imagine this book is of much value to anyone who has grown up in the digital age.
In many aspects of the business and financial world, reputation can be just as valuable as money. As for the rest of us kids, keep doing what you are doing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. In spite of all the enthusiastic arguments of the authors, I am not convinced that we are that close to such an Orwellian world. You will learn: · What keywords to put in your resume, performance review, and LinkedIn profile to come up at the top of potential employers' search results. Your reputation may be analysed and a decision taken by computer — no human involvement will be necessary! It seems 1990-ish to me.
Maybe you might like this book, since it's short and not hard to understand. You are usually the same or similar to your friends, so who your friends are will also dictate your reputation and credibility score. They were told that their 'branding' is unimpressive and so it is not good for the company to hire them in senior roles. Along the way, she also provides insight into how these companies have responded to and shaped the ways we think about image and reputation in the digital age. Is this a good thing? The other day, a couple of my friends who are currently unemployed but experienced software engineers in the Silicon Valley, lamented to me about not being able to land a senior position in any company now. We need to act as though we are being watched all the time. Tracking the successes and failures of companies claiming to control our digital ephemera, Draper takes us inside an industry that has commodified strategies of information control.
You will learn: · What keywords to put in your resume, performance review, and LinkedIn profile to come up at the top of potential employers' search results. Own the conversation by being proactive. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School, Michael lives in Palo Alto, California. Additionally all of your loyalty programs you are apart of at your favorite retailers. In a world where technology allows companies and individuals alike to not only gather all this data but also aggregate it and analyze it with frightening speed, accuracy, and sophistication, our digital reputations are fast becoming our most valuable currency.
New York: Crown Business, 2015. David Thompson was the first General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer of Reputation. You will learn: · What keywords to put in your resume, performance review, and LinkedIn profile to come up at the top of potential employers' search results. Our social networks develop shadow profiles and those associated with our online connections could have the potential to impact trustworthiness, wealth, or even advancement in a professional field. You have to control your own conversations and your own digital footprint. We are there because we think we are unique, we are the best, we are worth following. A former clerk for Justice Antonin Scalia, his a graduate of Yale College and Stanford Law School.
Thompson because I learned so much about how important your online persona really is. But——in this private life, he's just a first time dad who became smitten with his son and his son's enormous, round chee Michael Fertik is the founder of Reputation. I hope this review doesn't sound too snobby! This book explains the whole concept of the Reputation Economy while giving you tips to improve your reputation. Michael Fertik and David Thompson shed light on The Reputation Economy and tell How to Optimize Your Digital Footprint in a World Where Your Reputation Is Your Most Valuable Asset. Because today, thanks to rapid advances in digital technology, anyone access huge troves of information about you — your buying habits, your finances, your professional and personal networks, and even your physical whereabouts - at any time. You will learn: · What keywords to put in your resume, performance review, and LinkedIn profile to come up at the top of potential employers' search results. · Ways to improve your review or rating on sharing or peer review sites like Yelp or Angie's List, or your standing - as buyer or seller - on sharing economy sites like AirBnB or Uber · How to create false tails and digital smokescreens to hide the negative information that's out there With a good digital footprint, the world is your oyster.
It is hoped that the book has a detailed index for deep-diving although it was not present in this pre-release review copy. The reputation economy: how to optimize your digital footprint in a world where your reputation is your most valuable asset. Thoughtful analyses are good; drunk photos are bad. Because today, thanks to rapid advances in digital technology, anyone access huge troves of information about you — your buying habits, your finances, your professional and personal networks, and even your physical whereabouts — at any time. Your reputation defines how people see you and what they will do for you.
Because today, thanks to rapid advances in digital technology, anyone access huge troves of information about you — your buying habits, your finances, your professional and personal networks, and even your physical whereabouts - at any time. As things stand today, if we leave everything to automated algorithms, we are likely to miss out on the Outliers which are the ones that often make the crucial difference. And while there are plenty of things you can do influence the conversation and shape public perceptions, at the end of the day the best reputation management strategy is simply to earn it by bringing more value to your employer and your customers, treating others well, and being socially and environmentally responsible. If this book is anything to go by Fertik is as much a privacy advocate as a campus security chief telling girls not to drink and not to wear short skirt is a feminist or anti-rape advocate. It determines whether your bank will lend you money to buy a house or car; whether your landlord will accept you as a tenant; which employers will hire you and how much they will pay you. I guess it won't stop me from using it. His new book shows the many ways that we produce data about ourselves — and how we can harness the power of reputation to thrive in our new highly transparent, highly connected world.