A new kind of tech company has emerged to help people outrun their bad online reputations. Reputation management companies will execute comprehensive plans to ensure past controversies and bad publicity fade out of someone’s Google search results. One of the industry’s biggest movers is Status Labs in Austin, which has been listed on Inc.’s list of the 5,000 fastest growing companies in America in 2019. A growing market is developing for reputation management companies, which help client’s flood Google’s search algorithms with positive stories about their clients and drown out past controversies A new report in the Wall Street Journal sheds some light on how Status Labs and company’s like them operate, flooding the internet with fake news sites that post positively-slanted stories about their subjects. The company has worked in some capacity with a variety of clients, including a former member of the adultery website Ashley Madison, and a University of Missouri professor who became a target of conservative media after ending up in a viral protest video. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next DNA analysis of ancient birch ‘chewing gum’ reveals it was… Apple’s $250 AirPods Pro SELL OUT at almost every major… Cows are twice as likely to… Read full this story
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