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Emma Watson, Jessica Biel, Eva Mendes, Selena Gomez, and Halle Berry make up the top half McAfee’s list of Most Dangerous Celebrities to Search for Online. Megan Fox, Shakira, Cameron Diaz, Salma Hayek, and Sofia Vergara place six through ten. Emma Watson became a household name early in her career when she first took up the role of Hermione Granger in the film versions of the Harry Potter books. Given the immense popularity of the books and movies, it’s hardly a surprise that Watson would top the list — it’s more than obvious that a great many people are searching for her online. Watson may not be able to wave a magic wand to make bad search results go away, but she can do something else.
How Celebrities Can Improve their Online Reputation:
- Establish multiple sites that include your name in the domain (CelebrityName.com) whose content is different enough to not be affected by duplicate content filters
- Have active social media profiles on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, or Flickr. We also recommend registering your social profiles on hundreds of sites to reserve your brand name. You can do this quickly using iClimber’s bulk social profile creation service.
- Hire an online reputation management company to develop and manage your content across your sites and social media accounts
- All of the points above can help push down negative results when people search for your name