Successful people are frequently a treasure trove of advice and helpful opinions. Darius Fisher was recently interviewed at the Small Business Forum on Web.com and he discussed a few of the things necessary for being successful in business. The brief interview did allow Fisher to share his insights into what skills and attitudes budding entrepreneurs should embody.
Darius Fisher is a person those in the digital marketing industry do take seriously. He would not have been asked to speak at the Impact 15 event if he wasn’t. The Impact events are held every year in Las Vegas, NV and they are intended to serve as a great forum for digital and internet marketing professionals. Those interested in learning all the new things associated with digital will find an Impact conference to be incredibly enlightening. At Impact 15, Darius Fisher provided clear warnings that digital footprints do not go away easily. They can haunt the internet and people’s reputations for years unless definitive actions are performed to address things.
In the Web.com interview, Fisher was afforded another opportunity to share his thoughts. Fisher talked about the need to focus on sales and target attention towards things that generate revenue. He even revealed his favorite book, Dale Carnegie’s classic How to Win Friends and Influence People. At Status Labs, Fisher helps Carnegie’s cause by diminishing any negative commentary published online about his clients.
Darius Fisher realizes people do not fully understand the serious impact negative comments or articles published online can have on a person’s business. This is why he has done a great deal to raise considerable awareness about the ways in which reputation management work can help improve a bad situation. Perceptions are going to be heavily influenced by what is revealed in the search engines. Anyone who does not think an online reputation is important are not likely very knowledgeable about how damaging bad reviews or the airing of dirty laundry on the internet can be. They end up finding out the hard way.
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