Posted June 17, 2009 9:23 am by with 5 comments

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Chris Gatewood is one of those rare breads–he gets social media and happens to be an attorney. That normally becomes like oil and water when you throw in the topic of online reputation management, as many attorneys favor the cease and desist approach.

Not Chris, and in this brief video interview, he chats with RWW’s Jolie O’Dell about reputation management. Grab your morning coffee and enjoy!

  • Thanks for posting this, it’s a great look at how a more conservative person should be approaching their online reputation. Chris

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  • Great video, I know from running an ORM company that many lawyers do not agree with the managing of their reputation online as they think they can do it by force. What many lawyers are finding out now with the internet is that it can have adversely negative affects when you send a blogger a cease and desist letter. I am glad this lawyer is embracing social media and online reputations instead of just ignoring them.

  • Good Video, One of my friend had a big incident. There were some guys who wanted to destroy his net carrier as blogger and other things. They were spreding roumers that he is a scammer and all compition he does are scam. That damaged his users and his traffic dropped and he has lost his pr3 to pr0 now. So be careful about your reputation.

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  • Chris is the man. I got to know him a couple of months ago when we spoke at WordCamp Richmond (Virginia). His presentation on digital copyright and blog/blogger legal considerations were excellent:

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