Entrepreneur Darius Fisher launched the innovative company Status Labs four years ago in 2011 and has never looked back. Originating in Austin, Texas the company now has thirty employees and three offices. The first office opened in Austin, Texas, and two others have opened in Sao Paulo, Brazil and New York City in the United States. The much needed and exciting service that Status Labs provides to its clients is invaluable to their online reputation. Status Labs cleans up online search results for its clients so that their online presence appears clean and polished in spite of any negative publicity the client may have received in the past. Serving a client base of over fifteen hundred, the company has clients in over thirty-five countries around the world.
Darius Fisher is the co-founder and current President of Status Labs. Having graduated from Vanderbilt University with honors, he worked in the fields of copy writing and political consulting prior to opening Status Labs. Fisher takes his clients to new heights with their polished online presence which helps to increase their business and sales.
Fisher frequently gives talks to companies on how businesses and individuals can clean up their online presence to put their best foot forward online. These tips include removing personal addresses and telephone numbers so that information service companies aren’t able to make money from someone’s personal information. He recommends changing passwords often to make it harder for others to access people’s personal accounts. And he recommends that people Google themselves frequently from a logged out browser so that they see what others see about them when their name is Googled. This will provide a snapshot of what potential employers and others would see if they were considering hiring someone, or just being curious. He believes individuals as well as companies should always try to show themselves in the most positive light online. Fisher also recommends caution when posting on social media sites. This is especially important for people who are well off financially because posting online that they are off on vacation may open them up to a potential kidnapping, or pave the way for thieves to rob their home.