How To Remove Blog Articles , Bad Publicity and Webpages from Google Search Results ?

 

We Can Delete Mugshots, Remove Negative Reviews, Remove Legal Listings .

 

Need to de-index complaints from Google ?

 

We can de-index complaints, negative reviews, articles, blog entries, social media, and more.

Some firms claim they can completely remove unwanted search results in less than one month. They may even advertise a money back guarantee. Don’t fall for that line.

Online reputation management takes time, effort and SEO expertise.

 

Firms that promise quick wins often rely upon legal scare tactics and short-term black hat SEO tricks that won’t last. And they certainly won’t be effective against major news outlets like the The New York Times or syndicated networks.

 

Want the truth?

 

It’s incredibly difficult to completely remove negative content from Google search. In fact, there are only a few rare instances in which that’s even possible. In almost every case, the only viable approach is to bury negative search results in Google where people won’t find them.

 

  • Identify the negative, defamatory, libelous, and inflammatory language of the online text or material and familiarize yourself with Google’s Content and User Contribution Policy.

  • Document everything. Take screenshots, compile links, and have a trusted friend or family member create supporting documentation.

  • Contact Google or the webmaster or organization which has published the content and request a removal (citing their policies).

  • Reach out to an experienced defamation removal attorney if there are no formal channels for contacting a website or removing content.

  • If you’re unable to completely remove a negative or defamatory search result from Google and the Internet, consider asking the publisher to amend or alter it.

 

How to get a news article removed from Google

Here’s where things get tricky.

 

You really only have four options if you want to get a news article removed from the internet:

 

  • Ask the website owner to remove it

  • File a defamation lawsuit

  • Ask Google to remove it if it violates their guidelines

  • Bury negative news articles in Google with ORM

 

However, proceed with caution if you plan to contact any websites. You should seek professional advisement before you reach out so you don’t make your situation worse.

 

Here are a few guidelines to keep in mind:

  • Be courteous and polite

  • NEVER bully people with legal threats.

  • Understand that most website owners may not be sympathetic to your request — especially if the content drives traffic to their site.

 

Since it’s highly unlikely that someone will honor your request, let’s move on to the next section.

 

When determining whether it’s possible to remove negative news stories, articles, and other content from the Internet, there’s a plethora of factors you need to take into consideration, including:

  • Does the news story in question contain information that is false, defamatory, libelous, or creates a false light or impression?

  • How old is the information? Is then news or news story outdated, inaccurate, or unfair?

  • Is there defamatory, libelous, or inflammatory language in the comments of the article?

  • Does the article illicit defamatory, libelous, or other offensive responses?

  • Is the website publicizing your name or likeness illegally and without your consent, ultimately profiting.

  • Does the information violate copyright or trademark laws?

  • Is there personal information published? For example, your social security number, credit card number, driver’s license information, or banking information.

  • Does the article or news story contain information about a party who is a minor (under 18 years old)?

  • How many sources or websites is the information published on?

 

Unpublishing can still inspire some deeply ingrained resistance in newsrooms, magazines, and other media outlets. It’s an area where newspaper practices and the overall news media have failed to catch up with technological changes, either because journalists still view themselves as writing the first draft of history, or because of plain old bureaucratic inertia.

 

If the information published about you is malicious and false–and you can prove that–you’ll have a good shot of getting the publication to correct, retract, or delete the information online. Typically, when determining whether information published online is factual and legitimate news, the most important factor in determining whether a removal is possible is by figuring out who the webmaster or organization who published the content is. In most cases, the only way to remove factual news stories is by contacting the publishing organization or webmaster. In other times, organizations and webmasters sometimes don’t even have a formal policy or framework in place to honor removal requests – therefore it’s imperative you reach out to an experienced online news article attorney.

 

After all, publications stand to lose a lot of money in a libel judgement if they refuses to correct a story that is wrong and defamatory.

 

In this piece, you’ll see why it isn’t always the easiest task when reaching out to online news organizations and media agencies to remove negative news articles and content.

 

We understand that every situation is different and that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to remove information from the Internet.

 

As we know, the removal process varies depending on many factors, including the nature of the post, the site on which it is published, the individual(s) responsible for posting, and more. In some cases, in fact, removal is impossible.

 

Fortunately for you, we have the resources, experience, and expertise needed to remove online information as quickly as possible. Through proprietary technology, process and technique, we are equipped to remove information from numerous sites throughout the Web, and to do so in ways that protect you, your family, your brand and your reputation.

 

Every situation requires a different approach. We use proven methods to remove online information, including:

 

  • Removing Online Info Outright

  • DMCA Take Downs

  • Reverse IP Lookups

  • Search Engine Suppression

  • Search Engine Removal Tools

  • Attorney-Written Legal Demands

  • Reverse IP Lookups

  • Account Deletion and Removal

  • Proprietary Techniques

  • Advanced Technology Research and Development

  • TOS Website Violation Research