Is Your Reputation Hurting You Behind Your Back?

A great opportunity could be passing you by. To determine if it is, answer these three questions:

  1. Will you send an email today?
  2. Will you meet someone new this week?
  3. Will you use social media this week?

If your answer to any of these is yes, this post is for you. These questions all revolve around your personal brand. Your personal brand is essentially your reputation. What people say about you. We want to ensure that they’re saying great things.

How to Use Email For Reputation Management

If you want to stand out from the crowd, get your emails returned and impress others, it’s a must to have digital charisma. Digital charisma means getting people to pay attention to you when you’re communicating, well, digitally, not in person.. The easiest way to have digital charisma is with a free e-mail signature.

With an email signature, you present yourself like a top professional. You give people both a reason to respond to your message and you also make it easy for people to learn more about you with just one click.

How to Ace Introductions

Whether you’re attending a networking event, a business meeting or on a cross-country flight, you never know when you’re going to meet someone new.

One of the best ways to stay in contact with people and be memorable while doing so is by sending them an Intro. This free digital business card app links to your page and provides key contact information and where people can find you online.

How To Win On Social Media

If you tweet on Twitter, pin on Pinterest or post on Instagram, people will eventually find their way to your profile page and want to learn more about you. Make this easy for them by sharing your URL to point them to your page. Now, when people find you on social media you’ll represent yourself like the dynamic person that you are.


Antonio Neves is a nationally recognized leadership speaker, award-winning journalist and author of 50 Things Every College Student Should Know and 50 Ways To Excel In Your First Job (And In Life).

One response to Is Your Reputation Hurting You Behind Your Back?

  1. Thanks for the information, and for making it easy to understand as well as interesting.

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