How To Destroy Your Online Business Reputation
When it comes to doing business online, your online business reputation is everything. It is important to remember this when you are networking on forum boards and business groups.
When people 'feel' they have been 'wronged' by a business or business person, they are not afraid to post about their experience. All it takes is one 'bad act' and the entire Internet work at home community will know about it.
Here are a few ways on how you can ruin your online business reputation by networking on forum boards.
1. Join forum boards and only post spam ads.
2. Join business boards and post nonsense every day topics.
3. Steal another person's business ad content and then post it as your own.
4. Steal another person's business article and then post it as your own.
5. Always respond to other members posts with redundant one-liner replies. Members want 'real' input, advice and answers, so if you want to ruin your online business reputation, keep on replying with everyday one-liners.
6. If someone decides to do business with you, take their money and run.
7. Disrespect other people for their thoughts and ideas. Remember, your opinion is the only one that counts.
8. Make all of your message board postings all about yourself. We all love hearing from a bragger 24/7.
9. Consistently make typos and grammar mistakes in your message board posts.
10. Use vulgar and derogatory language in your postings.
11. Consistently lie. These days, you can find out just about anything about any person with a little online research.
12. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. So, after you have picked a few fights, riled up an entire message board community, its now time to move on to the next community and do it all over again.
If you want to build a professional online business reputation, you will want to avoid all of these common mistakes.
Shelly Hill has been working from home in Direct Sales since 1989 and is a Manager with Tupperware. You can contact Shelly at:
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