Politicians are usually the target of public opinion, good or bad. Years ago, this was confined to the printed word and word of mouth publicity. Today, they also have to keep track of their online reputation. Anyone with access to a computer and the internet can now express personal opinions anonymously. When this happens to be malicious gossip and the number of readers grows, it can take on a viral nature. This makes it essential for politicians to manage their online reputation carefully as public figures.
Archive for April, 2011
So, you have written a great blog post or article and want the whole world to see it! Or maybe, you have come across amazing content you would like to share. Thanks to the Internet, it is now easy to share just about anything – text, video and images across the web. The most common ways to do that are via blogs, social media networks, while you’re chatting or through your mobile phone. But that’s not all.