Tag Archives: positive

The Dell Hell Case study – How to turn negative into positive?

Synopsis: On June 21, 2005, a “citizen journalist” by the name of Jeff Jarvis posted a single negative blog-post about his experience with one of the top computer and technology companies in the world- Dell Inc.  His rant was lengthy, and unforgivable, with sentences like, “DELL SUCKS. DELL LIES. Put that in your Google and […]

BELKIN – Online Reputation Management

One representative from Belkin, a global manufacturer of computer hardware, was caught offering money to anybody who posted a 100% positive review of certain Belkin products .  He also asked the reviewers to vote down negative comments on Amazon.com and other e-commerce sites. The employee was busted after The Daily Background found an ad on […]

HONDA – Online Reputation Management

Honda Product Manager gets caught AstroTurfing (ASTROTURFING : The use of paid shills to create the impression of a popular movement, through means like letters to newspapers from soi-disant ‘concerned citizens’, paid opinion pieces, and the formation of grass-roots lobbying groups that are actually funded by a PR group (AstroTurf is fake grass; hence the […]

Pepsi I-phone app “before you score” – Online Reputation Management

Date : 22nd October 2009  (http://mashable.com/2009/10/22/pepsi-amp-before-you-score/) The energy drink AMP and its parent company PepsiCo came under fire for launching an iPhone application called “Before You Score.” The premise was essentially to help AMP’s target audience – adolescent and young men – “score” with members of the opposite sex, and then share their exploits on […]

Pampers – Online reputation Management

Greeting my fellow course mates… My given topic for assignment is  ONLINE REPUTATION MANAGEMENT. It is defined as  “Online reputation management (ORM) is the act of monitoring search engine result pages or mentions in online media and Web sphere content.” ORM primarily involves tracking what is written about a client on the Internet, then utilizing […]