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Have you been searching online for Emma Watson as you try to emulate her chic transatlantic style? Searcher, beware. Watson has just been named as the Most Dangerous Celebrity to Search for Online by McAfee, the security software company from Santa Clarita, California.
Putting the search fear in people who are more than likely to be your most loyal followers can go a long way in dampening their enthusiasm for your brand. In other words, the danger to a celebrity’s reputation — in this case, Emma Watson’s — is real. What’s a fashion-forward 22-year-old with a career to protect to do? Read on.
Information on How Celebrities Can Improve their Online Reputation:
- Set up several legitimate sites that use your name in the domain, something like “MyCelebrityName.com”; keep in mind that each of the multiple sites should have slightly different content because search engines have duplicate content filters
- Set up personal social media profiles, if none exist, on major sites like Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or YouTube. We recommend bulk social profile registration services.
- Contact an online reputation management company for help in developing a plan of action to mitigate the effects of topping such a list; these companies can help you manage all of points above by creating and managing your content
- All of these measures will help push down negative sites and help make searching for your celebrated name safer.