Need Reputation Repair?

Status Labs is an online reputation management firm. Recently this Austin Texas-based company suffered its reputation pitfall. Actions of a former executive created negative media attention and threatened to damage the reputation of Status Labs. Status Labs was formed in 2012 to help businesses and individuals improve their online reputation is improving profit and business options. This digital PR niche has become increasingly popular over the years because companies have been increasingly reliant on the internet. Media Outlets post damaging information regarding businesses and people regularly and having those search results at the top of the first page can be incredibly damaging.


Status Labs was able to overcome the negative press ultimately. The incident helps to create insight on how to handle other situations and their line of work. They have come to learn that if they make employees a priority that it can ultimately improve business and relationships with not only employees but potential businesses to better treat their employees they began to give stock option plans. Another unusual technique was to allow their well-behaved pets to come to the office to avoid having to waste their lunch hour rushing home to feed their pets.

Darius Fisher is the co-founder and president of status labs. Status Labs has serviced over 1,500 clients in 35 countries. These clients include major companies politicians and just about any type of public figure. Before status Labs, Fisher worked as a political consultant. Darius Fisher graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University.


Darius Fisher has spent the last several years helping people to minimize the impacts of the media. When negative news breaks, it can be incredibly damaging to a business or even to an individual. Darius Fisher has helped many people overcome these obstacles. Darius Fisher is a Pioneer in an ever-growing industry. Follow him on Twitter @fisherdarius.

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