Online reputation company, Status Labs, began operations in 2012. Since that time they have helped more than 1,000 businesses and individuals improve their reputation. But the company has not been without its own reputation hurdle. Company head, Darius Fisher, relates how a little over a year ago Status Labs experienced its own reputation crisis. Since its foundation, Status Labs has had its critics. This time their criticisms where very legitimate. One of the persons in an executive was giving the Status Labs a bad name. So Status Labs did what it does best, repaired a reputation—this time its own.
The professionals met the challenge head on. They first called for the resignation of the executive who had caused the reputation problem. Then they took the news to the media with a letter from the Status Labs management team. This debacle did have a positive effect: It caused Status Labs to recognize that they had been losing touch with the community. And few people are more capable to lead the company to success than Darius Fisher. In 2015, he was listed among those on the annual Innovation 50 list. Fisher was honored to be recognized by one of the country’s top and most well-respected magazines.
Fisher is widely respected for his contributions to the online reputation industry. He founded and has led Status Labs from infancy to become the very best at crisis management and the cleaning and honing of Google search results. They have to date helped 1,500 clients in 35 countries. Their biggest and most public success was dealing with the now internationally famous Ashley Madison hack problem. And now, after having successfully dealt with its own reputation problem, Fisher feels Status Labs is now better equipped to aid clients. Fisher is extremely confident in the future of Status Labs and is very proud of its roster of top notch professionals.
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