Admit it: You’ve Googled yourself quite a few times. But were you happy with where your name appeared in your Google search results?
Each day, one billion names are Googled. Unfortunately for many, half of all people don’t find themselves in the first page of results when they Google their own name. Only 2% of individuals own the entire first page of their results.
BrandYourself, an online reputation management startup, created this infographic to help you learn how to make results that are actually you appear higher up in search results.
We won’t give away all the tips, but we’ll leave you with this: Out of 100,000 profiles analyzed with BrandYourself, LinkedIn was the social network most often appearing at the top of results.