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1.Introduction. The New Abnormal PART I - UNDERSTANDING 2.Defining Online Reputation Threats 3.Strategic & Financial Threats 4.Societal, Cultural & Political Threats5.Legal & Behavioral Threats6.Operational & Technological Threats PART II - PLANNING 7.Identifying Online Reputation Threats 8.Analyzing & Mitigating Online Reputation Threats9.Learning How To Listen 10.Preparing For A Crisis PART III - DEFENDING 11.Handling Online Issues & Incidents 12.The Changing Face of Crises13.Responding To A Crisis 14.Recovering From A Crisis The Online Reputation Management Survival Kit.
"The internet and social media make managing a company's reputation significantly more challenging. While consumers and stakeholders wield new powers to champion and damage brands, many organizations continue to manage their online reputations in a piecemeal and reactive manner. Managing Online Reputation sets out a structured and comprehensive approach for middle to large companies and governments to plan, develop, control, and manage their online reputation in today's fast-paced communications environment. Drawing on recent examples of organizations managing their online reputations effectively and ineffectively, it provides a practical tool-kit of processes and techniques to safeguard and respond effectively to negative situations online. Palgrave Pocket Consultants are concise, authoritative guides that provide actionable solutions to specific, high-level business problems that would otherwise drive you or your company to employ a consultant. "--