Manage Your Online Reputation by Controlling What People See Searching on Google
Jun 2, 2014
May 30, 2014
Google has launched new tools, which will enable you to manage your online reputation on the web or internet, by controlling what people see when they search for your information on the world’s most popular search engine. You will be able to delete personal information from Google’s Search Engine and receive alerts when new information about you, like your email address, phone number or other information, is published on the web or internet.
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With the popularity of social networking websites, more and more personal information is surfacing on the web or internet. Your friends can mention your name, phone number, email address or post an embarrassing photo of you in a comment, tweet, blog, article or a Facebook post, which will quickly appear in search engines.
Google knows that the first place people look for information that is published about someone is on their search engine, so that is one of reasons they have decided to help persons control or manage the information published about them.
For information about managing your online reputation, by deleting your personal information and receiving alerts when new information about you is published on web or internet, please click here.
It is recommended that you Google yourself online every month, to determine how much information about yourself is published on the internet or web.
For information about Googling yourself online, please click here.
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