"Admit it: You’ve Googled yourself quite a few times. But were you happy with where your name appeared in your Google search results?Each day, one billion names are Googled."
Mines how people appear in Google searches, observing that most people are Googled fairly often by employers, friends, and classmates.
Notes that most people do not have control of what appears first on Google searches for their name (only 2% control the entire first page), and recommends strategies such as blogging, creating a LinkedIn account, publishing to Vimeo, and posting to Flickr to bring the searches under your control.
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- Source is Mashable.
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