Are you an avid poster on social media, allowing viewers and friends to follow you around in your day and posting quick photos of what you’re wearing or thinking without giving it a second thought? Perhaps some of the photos that you’ve posted are the type that only the best online reputation management can help you get rid of once you realize that potential bosses are checking up on your history. The situation has happened far too many times before that you should know better if you were born in the late 90s, the first borns of the digital era.
Your reputation should be the most sacred thing to you, even more sacred than your dear phone by all means. Then why are you going ahead and posting such tragic reputation damaging content on your by no means “private” (nothing is ever private online) social media platforms. Alicia Ann Lynch didn’t realize she would be putting her job on the line when she posted a photo of herself in her Halloween costume. The most shocking part is that the photo was taken at her work’s Halloween event. It was any image of a marathon runner with scars and blood all over her body, depicting the after-effects of the Boston bombing that happened during the marathon.
Many people took to the post badly, sending her death threats, finding the address of her home thanks to the license plate that she had posted a while back, calling her father and saying awfully crude messages such as that they would slit the families throat if she did not pull down the post. She thought she was being funny, however it was far from the truth of the situation. A public massacre is no laughing matter, and you can sure bet that the people online will have no restraints making that known. If she had hired the best online reputation management such as internetreputation.services, then she would have been able to either entirely remove the remnants of that post or suppress it off Google and perhaps she wouldn’t have lost her job and gotten very scary death threats.