Posted September 4, 2013 12:35 pm by with 2 comments

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A single negative review, or unhappy tweet, might not be enough to take down a strong reputation, but if your company doesn’t both a) fix the issue and b) respond quickly enough to social media attacks, then this can easily happen.

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  • http://acesitecreator.com/ Tony

    If you get a lot more reviews from satisfied customers, that should cancel out the negative one.

  • http://www.neteffects.com.au/helpdesk help desk

    It’s very important that you immediately address such negative issue from an unsatisfied customer tp prevent your company’s reputation from being affected which can cause serious damage to your other customer’s status.