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Doing business in today’s marketplace means promoting your products and services online. An upside: the Internet affords many marketing opportunities. A downside: anyone with an Internet connection can write a bad – and fake – review about your company, product or service. Which raises the question Read More
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Do you know the difference between defamation, slander and libel – from a legal perspective? In the digital age, untruths and malicious statements spread, from social media to false reviews, all in the name of 'free speech'. Here's what you can do to protect the online reputation of your business. Read More
Over 80% of North Americans read – and trust – online consumer reviews. As a result, a single, negative evaluation – posted online for the world to see – can stall a startup in its tracks.

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