Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
There’s no shame in admitting that you occasionally Google yourself; it’s worth keeping an eye on what the internet has to say about you. But if you’re manually searching your name on Google, revisiting blog posts you’ve commented on to see if anyone’s replied to what you’ve said, and searching for (non-@)mentions of your company on Twitter, you’re wasting a lot of time. Instead of sitting in front of your computer for an hour a day just to satisfy social curiosity, you can automate the process—and turn your ego search into an ego watch, instead. Here’s how.
Earlier this week, we talked about performing an “ego search” to see what people are saying about you online. Even though it’s the best way to find very specific mentions on any given day, it does take up a lot of time. That’s why we want to automate the process, so we can have our cake and eat it, too.
- Ego-Surfing and Narcissism (colleensharen.wordpress.com)
- Search Ninja Gives Your iPhone A Better Web Search (macstories.net)
- Google “Me on the Web” online reputation tool (digitaltrends.com)
- iPhone Users: Type Once & Search Everywhere With Search Ninja (fakeiitian.com)
- iPhone Users: Type Once & Search Everywhere With Search Ninja (mashable.com)
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