reputation


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public estimation of someone

wide recognition for one's deeds

a person's high standing among others

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the state of being held in high esteem and honor

notoriety for some particular characteristic

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the general estimation that the public has for a person

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RI said by bringing in Mettle Consulting's proprietary digital trust analytics and social media consulting expertise, the company is better equipped to provide clients with real-time reputation insights.
Online Reputation Management services(ORM) are not just simply hiding negative reviews; it's about building and stabilizing a positive image for your brand online and on social media platforms.
Keywords: corporate reputation, corporate identity, corporate image, integrative framework
If you're an individual, small local business or large enterprise, one or two negative online reviews can ruin your reputation and cost you sales", says Jeff Vincent, Marketing Manager for Reputation Upgrade.
LeBoudec et al, proposed in our approach, everyone maintains a reputation rating and a trust rating about everyone else that they care about.
The 2015 Harris Poll reputation quotient study says 35 percent of the general public has given the financial services industry a positive reputation.
But only the government and tobacco sectors place lower in the survey, with just 15% of the general public saying each has a positive reputation.
As social responsibility is one market value that seems certain to go on rising, a good reputation is a priceless, if unquantifiable, asset.
Building corporate reputation is relatively old practice for the firms; however, it has been recently conceptualized as an academic discipline.
It fills a lacuna in the current literature and provides a comprehensive view of the latest state of research on corporate reputation from a number of communication perspectives.
She was not able to generate the public support that Armstrong and Rodriguez enjoyed initially because there was no previous public reputation to counterbalance the charges.
Fombrun and van Riel's (1997) seminal work started a new era of reputation studies based on the Corporate Reputation Review and the identification of several key research problems related to the theme.
Proactive brand reputation management as opposed to enlisting public relation firms to deal with criticism and crises is the mantra for retaining a sound reputation and in turn possessing the potential to stimulate stock prices.
Repeat offenders will find themselves with a negative reputation score, while players will clean or relatively clean slates, who play without cheating and without giving abuse to other players, will earn a good reputation.
By acknowledging the differences between reputation as property and reputation as dignity, defamation law could begin the task of devising distinct doctrinal structures appropriate to each form of reputation.