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WhosTalkin.com – a New Reputation Management Tool

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A really cool reputation management tool WhosTalkin.com has been launched fro public usage this week. The tool is free, requires no registration and offers plenty of options to play with:

  • search blogs (using various blog search engines);
  • search social networks;
  • search forums;
  • search images (with instant preview);
  • search news; etc

According to them:

Our search and sorting algorithms combine data taken from over 60 of the internet’s most popular social media gateways.

Image credit: “Google-talk

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  1. 12 Responses to “WhosTalkin.com – a New Reputation Management Tool”

  2. “dearch images (with instant preview);”

    a Typing mistake :)

    have a nice day,
    Salvy

    By Salvy on Jan 1, 2009

  3. Hi,

    Got some error in “Board Tracker”!!

    By Krsna on Jan 2, 2009

  4. @Salvy, corrected – thanks! :)

    By Ann Smarty on Jan 2, 2009

  5. You always come up with the coolest websites and tools Ann. I’m going to check this now. Thanks. ;-)

    By Gerald Weber on Jan 2, 2009

  6. This tool looks like a great way to monitor what is being said online – but no tool, no matter how useful, can adequately substitute for a proactive, ongoing approach to Reputation Management through manual efforts.

    By Miles Technologies on Jan 7, 2009

  7. I love the image …

    Reminds me of someone …

    Uhhh … this is live huh?

    Never mind

    :)

    By Edward Beckett on Jan 12, 2009

  8. Not sure about the tool but like Ed, I love the image.

    Keith D

    By Keith D on Apr 16, 2009

  9. Cool! http://www.blogpulse.com gives you an overview of blog posts

    By Peter Ulstrup Hansen on Apr 25, 2009

  10. Making yourself an indispensable source of information can establish your credibility, reputation and identity as an authority marketer. The more helpful and valuable your information is the greater the chance those customers will purchase from you. This is the concept of attraction marketing – develop ongoing relationships with clients and moving them along the buying path in your communications to greatly increase profits on autopilot. These clients will also bring in more business for you via referrals.

    By Authority Networker on May 4, 2009

  11. This is cool. I always thought you had to pay for reputation management tools. Some of them are charging $88 dollars. Checking it out now. Thanks for the heads up.

    By Altinkum on Dec 22, 2009

  12. That guy looks way funny in the picture.

    I’ll have to look into the who’s talking tool though, thanks.

    By online marketing firm on Aug 14, 2010

  13. I am looking for a service that alerts me when a new review has been left on review sites (Google, Yahoo, Yelp, etc.) for my small business. I’ve signed up for http://www.myreviewspage.com, but it doesn’t appear the service is working properly, nor have I been able to get a response from my many submitted e-mails to their support staff.

    By Erica on Jan 2, 2011

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