(PRWEB) February 19, 2014
Overnight Reputation has announced a new service that is specifically geared toward executives and mid to upper level managers. The company has recognized that the earning potential of an executive or manager is often directly tied to their reputation, something that is often attacked in the competitive world of business. The company believes that targeting this specific market will not only help executives and managers, but it will also help in the expansion of their business.
“Our goal has always been to help people who are dealing with the many problems caused by a poor online reputation,” said Brandon Hopkins of Overnight Reputation. “Over the years, we have worked with a number of clients in management and executive positions that have greatly benefited from our help, so it makes practical sense to offer these expanded services.”
In dealing with past clients, the company has come up with several core procedures that are specifically designed with executives and management types in mind. Since every client’s situation is unique, the company individualizes the remaining procedures to meet the needs of each client.
“We have found that there are certain strategies that are particularly effective for clients who work in these positions,” said Hopkins. “We use our established strategies and combine them with other individualized components to arrive at the ideal reputation management campaign.”
Due to the high profile positions that many of these clients occupy, any issues relating to their reputation can be very damaging to their career. A manager or executive may be passed over for a promotion, or it may become difficult for a prospective executive or manager to move past the vetting process.
“Reputation issues can seriously impact someone’s ability to earn or their ability to find meaningful employment,” said Hopkins. “These new services will help executives and managers from having to deal with the impact of a poor online reputation.”
Hopkins also noted that Overnight Reputation focuses on promotion as part of their reputation management campaigns.
“All of these managers and executives have accomplished a great deal in their careers and in their personal lives,” said Hopkins. “We make every effort to promote our clients while also reducing the impact of any negative information that may be available.”