Reputrace Visits this Blog Regularly

 What are they looking for and who is running the software? The Govt., the wind industry? They have no reason to check this blog as we make every effort to post only truth. The Govt. and the wind industry on the other hand………………

Maybe the citizens should get Reputrace software and track their web sites and blogs instead of them tracking us. We have nothing to hide.

Anyway give them a visit. Send them a note. They’re probably a lonely bunch. You know, the kind that snoop and spy on others.

Reputrace web site

Are they tracking you or your blog?

3 Responses to “Reputrace Visits this Blog Regularly”

  1. Moe Says:

    The truth is a scary thing to the wind industry. As it should be.

  2. Joseph Fiore Says:

    Ron,

    I wanted to take a moment to quickly write you a note regarding your post mentioning our RepuTrace™ product and service.

    Although I can appreciate your comments regarding Internet monitoring firms like ours, it is a blanket statement which overlooks a great deal of the work our company does in the way helping businesses, executives, consultants and researchers by providing them with the tools to measure and gauge social media’s influence and impact on reputation, brand, their industry and market.

    At any given time, someone could be visitng your site while wearing the hat of “Researcher”, and might only want to check the temperature and online perception towards a recent campaign launch.

    By describing this activity as “snooping”, are you suggesting that professional communicators and researchers should be held to a different standard than the rest of the blogosphere, or the Web for that matter? Does that designation as “snoop” change if it is an environmental consultant conducting research on the wind industry? Should a researcher be required to announce every blog they read for business, pleasure, research or intelligence?

    As far as tracking software is concerned, should one be equally concerned about the amount of visits search engines (known and unknown) make each day on people’s sites?

    I am asking these questions because I believe it is unrealistic to expect that either a person or software needs to announce their presence and intentions to any blogger, or ask for permission to read something in the public domain.

    To confirm our company’s involvement in the space of social media analysis, we are mentioned in numerous publications relating to companies that offer social media measurement – here is one which has been made freely available online.

    Where we differ from most companies offering similar software and/or services is that we add a layer of risk interpretation to all monitoring performed for our clients. It is a key differentiator because we are able to handle aspects of reputation and risk, and its the kind of versatility in our product which finds application and fit in numerous divisions of business (PR, Marketing, Security, etc). Here is a recent article which describes this aspect of our service offerings.

    I would like to extend to you an invitation to preview our product – a short 20 minute demo. It is an invitation intended to clarify any misunderstandings about our company and/or products.

    You may schedule a demo at a convenient date and time directly from our Website home page or contact me directly by email.

    Further to our commitment to participating and engaging in online discussion, you are also welcome to visit our blog and leave a comment anytime.

    Thanks,

    Joseph Fiore

  3. Bill Bartmann Says:

    Excellent site, keep up the good work

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