Success and Progress in Digital Reputation Management

We are living in a world where being an entrepreneur is something to be embraced, no longer wined at. Entrepreneurs for a long time have been the miniature backbones that have kept our economy constantly growing. However, despite how successful entrepreneurs can be nowadays it still isn’t an easy job. Just ask Status Labs CEO Darius Fisher. Fisher has been an integral part of the digital reputation and management world for the better part of the last three years. Now he is sitting down and talking about what makes him tick.

 

If you ever get a chance to sit down and talk to Darius Fisher you’ll immediately come to the realization that he is a focused individual, ready to bring his company to the next level. Asked what made the biggest difference in his entrepreneur based life he answered that it was focusing on “the direct line to the money”. Fisher’s favorite book is “How to Win Friends and Influence People” and he is a firm believer in the power of a prepared individual. Though Fisher can spout off every entrepreneur platitude in the book, he also lives by the words.

 

From 2012 to 2015 Fisher observed and helped partake in over a 1,000% increase in terms of growth from his company, Status Labs. During this period of time Status Labs went from being a moderately successful PR firm to becoming one of the most active companies in the industry. Based out of Austin, Texas we have seen Status Labs get embraced by their local community. Status Labs is now opening up offices around the globe, bringing on more clients than ever.

 

Fisher is as much a part of Status Labs’ success as his employees. He has been a steady hand on the steering wheel for a company that is navigating some mysterious waters: places where companies like his have never been. As more and more people turn to Status Labs for their PR management ability we expect the company to explode more in growth, leading Fisher to become something of a household name for entrepreneurs and those who follow them.