Social media is a huge factor in determining the online reputation of your business. That’s why Reputation Shield offers a feature which monitors the activity of your business’s social media accounts. When someone tweets about you, tags you in a Facebook post, or checks in to your business on Foursquare, you’ll know about it!You can begin the setup of this feature by linking Reputation Shield’s software to the various social media accounts owned by your business. You can connect Reputation Shield with any and all of the following social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Foursquare. You can also link your employees’ twitter accounts with Reputation Shield, if they directly represent your business on Twitter. After you have connected your social media accounts with Reputation Shield, you can monitor any activity on your accounts, as well as filter which accounts you’d like to see. Essentially, what this means is that when someone likes, retweets, or comments on a post you made, you will be notified. Reputation Shield also tells you when someone posts directly to your account or tags you in a tweet. If you would only like to see your activity on Facebook, or any one social media account, you can specify that on the left-hand side of the page. You can also filter these notifications of activity based on their date. In addition to these social activity notifications, Reputation Shield provides you with statistical graphs showing your historical progress compared with your competitors across your different social media accounts. For example, Foursquare uses check-ins to measure a company’s popularity, so Reputation Shield would look at the number of check-ins your business receives on its Foursquare account. You can configure this progress to be listed over a period of a day or a week. This graph also includes a comparison of your total versus the industry average, so you can see how you measure up with your competitors. Reputation Shield’s software is meticulous about covering every detail which could affect your business’s online reputation. Social media is a major determining factor in your business’s overall reputation, and because of this, Reputation Shield offers extensive coverage in monitoring your social activity.