Owning a handful of blogs can really take most of my time. Thinking of what to write and what to put on these blogs can, at times, drain me mentally, not to mention the studying I have to do for med school.
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I say that writing, quality content and posts, takes time because whatever comes out of these blogs become public. Even if it is the most mundane thing in the world, when I publish it, it becomes a target for everyone’s intention, good or bad.
I’ve read an article on protecting my digital reputation authored by Michael Fertik and I have learned that when people search for me in Google, they should see terrific and good things about me or a company. When I rant about something and publish it, people might take it the wrong way. So my digital reputation really depends on me, that I should be wary and conscious of whatever I write or bring out to the public.
As I was reading the article, I have also learned that Michael Fertik is a Silicon Valley Internet Entrepreneur. He founded Reputation.com which aims to protect reputation and digital privacy of individuals and companies. It was really a good thing that I was able to stumble on that article, it made me realize that no one is safe, even in the World Wide Web.