When it comes to Darius Fisher, he knows how to get the job done correct. He is President and Co-Founder of Status Labs, an online company dedicated to protecting the online presence of millions of companies around the world. Oftentimes we hear negative stories in the news. These negative stories can become a burden for major corporate companies and can ruin their reputation. At Status Labs, staff members work hard to change that negative reputation into a positive one. They do so by changing up the topics of the stories into relevant content, which pushes back the negative content to the back of the search engines. When people search for things on Google or Yahoo search, the first page is the most important as that is where the newest stories are located.
Darius Fisher says, “It’s important to remember there are two sides to every story and that typically the most negative and salacious headline ends up on the top page of a client’s search results.” Indeed this is true and it needs to stop. Companies work hard to put their name out there, and while everyone isn’t going to like them, people are going to see the negative comments first rather than seeing the good of the company. It is almost like cyber bullying in a way. It is important to change your passwords frequently to avoid scammers getting hold of your personal account.
Darius Fisher graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University. He worked as a political consultant and copywriter before co-founding Status Labs. As President, he created the strategic vision of the company, Status Labs, which has offices in Austin, New York, and Sao Paolo. Fisher built partnerships with agencies, and recruited their domestic and international sales and account management teams. Today, Status Labs serves over 1,500 clients in over 35 different countries. Darius Fisher had the right idea when it comes to protecting the identity and overall well-being of clients and their company’s online presence. Companies can rest assured that Status Labs will do whatever it takes to make client’s websites a more positive one.