Dec 13, 2013

Stocking Stuffer Idea What Happens In Vegas Stays On YoutTube by Erik Qualman

Written by : Tom George| 0 |

Well it’s that time of year again. And a happy holidays to all of you. We live in a digital world these days, and a great idea for

English: Erik Qualman in New York City overloo...

English: Erik Qualman in New York City overlooking Madison Avenue and 57th (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

a stocking stuffer for your friends family and loved ones is the new book by award winning author Erik Qualman called “What Happens In Vegas Stays on YouTube”.

Reputation management is so important and Erik’s new book which you can pre-order now on Amazon talks about how our privacy is no longer what it used to be. With everything being captured online and so easily distributed, perhaps there is really little privacy left at all. What you can do is help a friend, family member or your child to understand this and give them the tools they need to protect their future and to do a little reputation management.

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