NetworkClean unveils free tool for Facebook social media users to safeguard online reputations
Apr 18, 2012 (TELECOMWORLDWIRE via COMTEX) --
Social network monitoring service NetworkClean announced on Wednesday that it has introduced a new free tool that has been designed to safeguard the online reputations of users of social media such as Facebook.
NetworkClean, currently in beta, enables social media members to monitor and protect their own social image around the clock. The tool is easy to install without complicated downloads or bloatware. Social media users can go to NetworkClean.com and give the program permission to connect with their Facebook account, which enable the user to scan their entire history in seconds.
The company said its monitoring tool scans a person's Facebook pages for thousands of words and phrases which are commonly considered inappropriate and the user is alerted if these phrases appear in relation to a their name. Comments can be then be deleted or ignored and users can set up universal commands to control how these instances are handled in the future. The tool's customisable settings and intuitive dashboard interface also enables users to add their own search terms.
In addition, NetworkClean includes a "Reputation Visualization" feature, which allows users to see their reputation and trends by providing a comprehensive overview of their virtual presence. The solution ensures the security of passwords and data and also provides advice on how to make social networking experiences more secure. The "My Info" feature also records which of the users contacts mention them the most.
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