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June 24, 2010


This week the NYTimes ran an article entitled "Online Bullies Pull Schools into the Fray". The article detailed if schools should be held responsible for cyberbullying between students. While the school provides an institution to hold responsible for bad cyber behavior, most schools argue that they aren’t responsible for what happens in cyberspace. In the real world, there isn’t any institution to hold responsible for bad cyber behavior. Most people and companies either have to fend for themselves, or hire a high quality reputation management company to improve their online reputation.

LookupPage is a reputation management company that provides tools and services to individuals and businesses looking to improve their online presence. Here are 8 reasons why LookupPage why we think that LookupPage is great and can help you combat cyberbullying:

  1. LookupPage provides users with a unique way to provide the public with accurate information about you or your business
  2. Our unique online profiles put you in control of your online reputation
  3. Our People Lookup and Business Lookup help you create strong trackable brand and online presence in major search engines like Google, Yahoo and Bing
  4. Provides you information about who is searching for you online
  5. Allows you to link to your other online identities, websites and articles of your choice
  6. Is simple to use for both individuals and businesses
  7. The most basic version is free and you can upgrade and use one of the professional packages for nominal fees
  8. You can register to use this reputation management tool today

Using LookupPage is a great way to combat cyberbullying and to make sure that you have a strong online presence that is reinforcing your brand and business in a positive way.
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