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Reputation is perhaps one of the most important and vital things for a politician. No wonder they say that earning reputation is difficult, but one mistake is enough to spoil it.  Everything is potentially dangerous – starting from a defamatory article to a photo or video showing you not in the best of your qualities. You know these things happen often in the world of politics.

 

That is why YBMG offers you SERM (Search Engine Reputation Management). This main objective of this service is to find, delete, or replace the negative information from search engines with the positive or neutral information.

 

Political career and image, the success of the election - it all depends on the reputation of the party, politician or leader of the movement. To attract attention or gain more supporters, activists, voters you need to choose the right reputation management strategy.

 

The main focus of our work will be monitoring of the elements appearing in the Internet. The next step is identifying the sources of negative information about the client and quickly and effectively neutralizing it or replacing with a positive or neutral information.

 

We are constantly online, monitoring all the mentions of our client and reacting to the emergencies. We also reduce the visibility of the sources of the negative information. We also offer creation of the positive image of your party or movement on the web.

 

The uniqueness of our approach is based on the development of an individual strategy and the concept of reputation management for each client. Each of our clients is unique.

 

We will provide you with a monthly report that will demonstrate all the necessary work dynamics so you’ll be able to see the difference.

 

By ordering reputation management at YBMG, you get comprehensive analytical document that will give you clear answers clear answers to the following questions:

 

1. Whether you or your party are actively discussed on the Internet, how many references do you get on the first page of search results.

 

2. What topics related to you are the most interesting for the audience.

 

3. Where can you find negative reviews about you. Are there any of those and what can you do to improve the situation.

 

4. How to deal with negative information and what to do to improve its reputation.

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