See on Scoop.itModern Marketing Revolution

In the past few years, the focus of your so-called “reputation” has shifted from how you present yourself in person and on the telephone to how your present yourself in a digital environment.

Art Jones‘s insight:

Using the Internet to establish your reputation can be great. With all of the social networks and sites out there, it’s easy to paint a picture of your skills, talents, and interests. People can get to know you more thoroughly, as you can use social networks to highlight many different attributes. In person or on the phone, many times first impressions can be deceiving, and if someone only meets you once, you might not get a chance to share everything that’s great about yourself.

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