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“How to Protect (or Destroy) Your Online Reputation” by John P. David, edited by Thomas Hauck

Congratulations to my valued client John P. David on the publication of his new book, “How to Protect (or Destroy) Your Online Reputation,” published by Career Press.

Have you ever Googled yourself and found a horrifying result that you don’t want and wished were never there? Like a medieval inquisitor, a shady operator on Internet can easily become the judge, jury, and executioner of anyone’s reputation. While digital attacks and misinformation can cost you a job, a promotion, your marriage, and even your business, most of us have no idea how to protect our online reputations.

John P. David’s revealing book, which I had the pleasure to edit before publication, provides a wealth of practical information on how to protect your online reputation and even remove negative content from search results. It will teach you how to react and respond to an online attack, take control of your online presence and build a firewall around your reputation, understand and manage online reviews, and much more.

Author John P. David is an expert who has counseled businesses and executives on strategic communications and marketing issues for twenty-five years. He’s developed a specialty in helping clients face online attacks and frequently writes about communications and strategy for his award-winning blog. His insights are regularly published on the Huffington Post.

He offered a kind word for me in his acknowledgements: “Writer and editor Thomas Hauck provided excellent feedback on my first draft as well as my book proposal, and he pulled back the curtain of the publishing industry, helping me turn a fanciful thought into a reality.”



– Thomas Hauck is a leading professional freelance book editor who serves both emerging and veteran authors of fiction and non-fiction.

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