Credibility is critical these days. Whether you’re an entrepreneur building a business, a producer producing a film or documentary, a writer publishing a book, a professional or expert selling their services, or someone looking for a career-building job.
The single most important source for determining who someone is and what they’ve done is Google. If you think about the last time you decided to give anyone a large amount of money, or the last time you decided whether or not you should hire someone, or the last time you had to figure out whether or not you wanted to collaborate with someone, you’ll remember that you tried to google them first.
Googled their name
Googled their company name
Googled a project or product they said they worked on
Googled the name of a customer they said they worked with
This set of step-by-step lecture notes show you how to ensure that when people Google you, they see exactly what you want them to see. It reviews how Google determines what appears when people search for your name, how to make yourself easier to find, how to ensure that people can determine your an expert at what you do, and why this is absolutely critical for ensuring you get all the attention and opportunities you and your work deserve.