The new solution features the unique approach of working with clients feedback by analyzing tones and sentiments

United States, 26th Mar 2024 – Reputation House, one of the leading online reputation management agencies, introduces a unique platform — the Reputation House App — an innovation in protecting corporate reputations. Utilizing advanced technologies, the application prevents reputation crises before they escalate and identifies potential negative consequences of brand mentions spreading

Reputation House Presents AI-Driven App for Preventing Brand Image Crises

With 90% of consumers reporting that they do not frequent businesses with a bad reputation, the new application designed by Reputation House serves as an advanced tool for companies aiming to maintain positive public perception and secure customer loyalty.

Today, the main feature of Reputation House App is the identification of tones and sentiments of brand mentions across the web — this is a unique technology that has no analogues on the market at the moment. The app identifies relevant mentions and comments, and divides them into positive and negative, allowing for quick data processing. 

The Reputation House App primarily focuses on statistical predictive analysis and reducing operational time. For instance, while it might take an individual 4-5 days to analyze 10,000 comments, the app can accomplish this task in just 3 hours. This rapid analysis enables managers to rapidly determine relevance, contribution to trends, and factors forming those trends. In the future, the app will categorize comments/mentions into predefined keyword groups to generate mention topics efficiently.

Dima Raketa, CEO of Reputation House, states ‘The app may be highly advanced, but it’s designed with simplicity in mind. It’s easy to use and understand, guiding you through your reputation journey effortlessly. Plus, it not only gathers data and crunches numbers but also helps a business plan ahead. It’s always there with recommendations, whether you’re facing a crisis or looking to boost your reputation.

Currently, there’s no system that can detect the tone of reviews and online mentions. Existing monitoring systems offer basic analytical data like demographics but lack tone analysis. Reputation House App fills this gap by instantly analyzing the tone of each review, reducing manual effort tenfold.

Key features of Reputation House App include:

  • Real-time monitoring of online conversations and media coverage.
  • Sentiment analysis to gauge public perception and identify potential issues.
  • Predictive analytics to anticipate emerging reputation risks.
  • Customizable alerts and recommendations for proactive crisis management.
  • Comprehensive reporting and data visualization for actionable insights.

Reputation House App is available in App Store and Google Play.

To learn more about Reputation House and its services, visit our website

 

About Reputation House

Reputation House is one of the leading online reputation management agencies with offices in UAE, Hong Kong, and the USA. The agency specializes in detecting issues and fixing online performance: Search Engine Reputation Management (SERM), online mentions’ monitoring, online reputation analytics, lead generation, deleting information from websites and search engines, and evaluating digital engagement and coverage.

For over 10 years Reputation House has secured online reputation for more than 1,000 international companies that include governments, corporations, companies, NGOs, and individuals.

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