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For a fee, digital dirt can be buried

Reputation managers cleaning up online

Kirsten Dixson, an online reputation manager, charges up to $10,000. Kirsten Dixson, an online reputation manager, charges up to $10,000. (Cheryl Senter for The Boston Globe)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / August 26, 2010

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A real estate broker sought to bury a negative review that a client posted online after a home buying experience. A banking executive looked to de-emphasize content from Google search results about a convict who shared his name. A woman new to the dating scene wanted to remove some painful references to her online divorce records. (Full article: 1080 words)

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