Reacting to Negative Information Online

Entrepreneurs have to work hard to build their reputation and their brand. Online reputations can be easy to build with the flow of information, but they can damage their reputation just as quickly. One negative review can have a harsh impact on a company’s reputation.

Sometimes, the reviews can be genuine, but sometimes the false information can be from haters trying to bring a company down. How does a company handle situations like this with grace and save their company’s brand? First, the company must not stoop to their level. Don’t ignore the comments all together, but if your service is quality, then it will speak for itself. Also, make sure to let your customers know it is going to be business as usual. Fear pops up and customers think a company will be ruined. Hiring a firm or online service, like, can assist in these situations.

Online reputation management is a necessary step for any customer to protect their image. can help to maximize positive results and clean up negative info during searches. While a company enlists the help of outside sources, they should offer extra values, like products or services, to help the customers know they are not going anywhere. Don’t let negative information distract. The business was started for a reason and letting negative, hating information take a company off course is what these negative people want. The best revenge is to keep doing business and make money. Money and profit is the best retaliation against any negative information. Visit their Twitter page @search_cleanup to learn more.

Andy Wirth Outlines Expansions for Squaw Valley Ski Resort

If you have tried to plan a vacation to a mountain resort you know that the market is very competitive. Today many mountain resorts offer luxuries and year-round activities to attract more visitors.

In an effort to remain competitive in the market as well as help the local community and economy Squaw Valley Resort will also be making expansions in the upcoming months. Last fall the Auburn Journal published an op-ed piece by the Resort’s president and CEO Andy Wirth.

In the original published article, Andy explained how Squaw Valley has worked with their employees and the local community to devise an expansion plan for the resort that will result in over 1,400 new jobs being created in the area. Read more: Interview with Squaw Valley CEO Andy Wirth | Tahoetopia and Just Breathe: Andy Wirth on the Upswing in Tahoe

The expansion will include the Squaw Creek Interpretive Park which will offer an extensive addition of new biking trails and unique educational experiences for visitors.

They will also be adding the Mountain Adventure Camp, which will include activities such as rock climbing, zip lines and world-class training facilities for athletes. This plan also keeps the local environment in mind through all aspects removing any aspects that could negatively affect the environment.

The project plan also outlines an extensive restoration of the Squaw Creek and calls for 1 million dollars to be contributed to environmental initiatives annually.

Andy Wirth, the CEO and president of Squaw Valley Resorts, could not be happier with the outcome of the project’s development. Learn more about Andy Wirth: and

Andy has over 25 years in the resort and hotel industry and is an avid supporter of environmental efforts in the Lake Tahoe area. Andy became the president and CEO of the Squaw Valley Ski Resort in 2010 and has seen many improvements and changes to the resort over the past few years.

Andy Wirth is intensely involved in community service and philanthropy efforts in the area. Andy undoubtedly has an extreme passion for not only the ski resort itself but also the environment around it and the community that continues to help it grow.