Using Fake References…
Not Recommended at All
Unlike some service providers, some use testimonials from people that don’t exist or they don’t even know. This is strictly digital bullshit.
Misleading the world is not our cup of tea. We go into a market, disrupt it and always become one of the top 3 leaders. This is why we use real names from real people, we worked with and for.
From time to time, competition even go after us with false statements on Twitter. Managing on your online reputation is crucial in digital marketing and SEO alike. The purpose of this short blog post is to illustrate what SEO “colleagues” are likely to do, so they can trash your image.
The golden rule is to reply to any accusation found on the web.
Our preferred tools for online reputation management are HootSuite and Sprout Social. Unlike Buffer, these tools managed it very well. On the other hand, Buffer may be the best social media management tool, when it comes to posting and scheduling messages on all your social accounts and in different time zones.
Who is Paul Fawcett?
We simply don’t have a clue, as anyone can create dummy social accounts on Twitter.
- Whoever he is, he claims he paid us the amount of £ 5.000 for SEO services (we only charge in US $)
- He wants a full refund of £ 5.000
- We are in the process of ruining his business
- We have never been in touch with him
- Not a single call, e-mail, quote and contract with the “so-called customer”
- Paul Fawcett Twitter profile does not show any website
Once again, we urge “Paul” to publish any correspondence, contract and proof of wire transfer into our bank account. This is not the first time we are asking. We also recommend to Paul Fawcett to report it to Met. Police – without any further delay.
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Who is Scam SEO Catcher?
He is one of Pau Fawcett’s friends, as they follow each other and share the same messages.
Scam SEO Catcher claims that our testimonials are false. The example shown above was published today on Twitter. In business, references are crucial to demonstrate your credibility and authority. Using fake testimonials can easily be proved, the same way we can show this “so-called Twitter user” our reference is NOT a baker.
Fake testimonials may result in negative SEO, the same way these 2 Twitter accounts boost the noise level around my name.
Is it negative for a brand? Not at all, as long as you take the time to respond to 50% of them & share with your networks. At the end of the day, it will partially build your credibility and increase your ranking in search results with the help of social signals.
This is what social marketing is about!
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How about our “fake” testimonial?
She does exit and I did work for her.
She can be found on LinkedIn and she really is in the fashion and cosmetic industry. All recommendations given to Didier Delmer can be found on LinkedIn – the world’s largest social media platform for professionals. If your SEO is as good as your searching…
Can you (2) try to be more professional next time?
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