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Online Reputation Management

Manage how your dealership is perceived online! Learn how to handle consumer review & ‘Rip Off’ sites, bad press, unethical competitors and protect your trade name and inventory.

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Started by Stephen Barrett. Last reply by Ryan P Craig May 21, 2009. 9 Replies

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Comment by Cars.com on February 25, 2011 at 11:32am
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Comment by Craig Lockerd on June 19, 2009 at 10:35am
Need some help....own a Recruiting/Sales Training Company called AutoMax,our core business is the recruitment and initial training of inexperienced people for dealers U.S.,Canada Puerto Rico....been in business 11 years,not counting tomorrow....only kidding,sort of.For what its worth we are the biggest and most visable of the companies that do what we do....there are many smaller competitors and tons of "one man bands" we have conducted 10,000 of these recruiting campaigns and trained over 85,000 people.A few years ago one of my competitors and I need to be careful here,started a blog on a Rip Off Site playing the role of a person one of our trainers had trained,well pretty much one is all it takes and then some "real" people found the post and it started building,a few of my trainers saw it and put in their two cents which only helped to fuel the fire.I have retained a PR firm to help and we have tons of positive feedback for both myself and the company but it does and will continue to hurt what we do.I have been told by many people that this particular "consumer site" has a very powerful search engine and not much can really be done to "push it down" on a search......any thoughts?
 

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