In today’s society, most people understand the power of the internet. News travels at the click of a mouse whether good or bad. Many companies, public figures, and politicians have sought out organizations to help them manage their online presence to make sure things are running smoothly. One of the top figures who many of these clients reach out to is Darius Fisher.
Similar to the character (Olivia Pope) portrayed on the popular weekly tv series, Scandal, Darius Fisher has cemented himself among the elite in crises management with many high profile clients. As the president of a company called, Status Labs, he has catapulted his company to the top of the list of people you want to know if you are concerned about your business or personal reputation. To give you an idea of how important his company is, he has more than 1,500 clients in over 35 countries. His purpose is to catch problems before they spiral out of control, address and correct the issue as promptly and adequately as possible. People who hold high positions or have significant investments are realizing more than ever that the services Darius provide are crucial when your reputation needs to remain spotless.
With digital marketing evolving with the growth of the business market and how they function, companies like Status Labs have cornered the market when it comes to providing damage control for many executives. By helping executives realize how vulnerable they are to bad press or how negative comments can lead to a loss in profits, companies are willing to invest in their services. One of the primary services that Status Labs provides is cleaning up Google’s search results. Everyone knows that bad news travels fast. By providing rich content and relevant websites that relate to the business, Google searches produce positive results.
While many may question the moral compass of the company, Darius is quick to mention that they do not take jobs from clients that go against their moral structure and that they have rejected clients for reasons that go against their beliefs.