We remove all types of Negative Content that people usually post on the internet to defame individuals or businesses.

  • Sexual Imagery or revenge porn that has been posted online without your consent

  • Personal information that has social security number or account numbers

  • Child pornography.

  • Negative reviews or links against your business etc.


Things are very sensitive especially when there is revenge porn associated with it. Situations can get out of hand when the person who is facing revenge porn is a high status in the society. Handling such situations is quite tricky and you need experts to get rid of this problem. Besides we also take care of other negative content and bad links that are posted by people against your business. We have an experienced team that will help you remove my name from google search and remove bad links from Google.


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Social media platforms are actually one of the best ways to promote business. There are negative impacts too which we may confront in the long run. We have become quite addicted to social media and when things are posted online they get viral very soon especially if it involves defaming someone or something. If you want to remove link from Google search, remove URL from Google then habitually we tend to report about it to the social media platform. However, it is actually not quite easy to get rid of this but our company has ways to handle such situations. Our team comprises of social media experts who know how to go about it and make things positive for you.


We Will Bury the Negative Link Search Results


It may not be possible to remove link from google search at times. In such situations burying the negative content will be the only solution. Most of us never look for anything beyond the first page of results displayed. So, if the negative result is in the latter pages then nobody is going to see it. Google and the other search engines love quality content especially that follows the rules of SEO. Creating content is an art and we are specialists at it. We will create rich content with keywords that resemble the keyword of the negative content. Slowly the positive information will stream up and the negative result buries itself deep down. Leave it all in our hands and we will have your reputation back in no time.


If you need to bury negative Google search results, in some cases, you can, get the negative search result taken down directly. Remember, this won’t work in every case, but in some it is step one to building an effective personal brand online.


There can be serious downsides to removal requests, so ask yourself these questions first:


  • Did you post the content?   Does this negative search result stem from a blog post, tweet, status update, etc that you posted?  Or does it come from an account that you control or have access to? If so, DELETE IT! You don’t need to bury Google results if you control them. Remove everything associated with this content that you possibly can. While there is still a chance that content could appear elsewhere (screenshots/cached searches, uploaded on other sites or profiles, etc), start by removing anything you can.

  • Did your friend post this content? Did your friend post something about you that could hurt your professional, academic or personal opportunities? If so, just ask them to take it down. As mentioned above, this could still resurface elsewhere, but this is a great first step. And try to push for full removal. For example, if your friend just de-tags you from something, your image is still associated with whatever is potentially damaging.  

  • Did an acquaintance or someone you’re on good terms with post this? Feel free to reach out to this person as you would a friend. Just be polite and explain the situation logically. If someone isn’t focused on their own personal brand, (or has different boundaries than you do) they may be oblivious to how this content can negatively affect your personal reputation.

  • Would The “Right to be Forgotten” apply to this scenario? If you live in the E.U.or Argentina, check if this content falls within the standards of removal based on Google’s Right to be Forgotten.

  • Does this content fit Google’s standards for Takedown Requests? If you’re based in the US, look up Google’s legal causes for removal, and follow the steps necessary for submission.


While a “YES” to the questions above bodes well if you want to remove or bury negative Google results, keep in mind, you’re not necessarily in the clear. The search result is still archived. If you are lucky enough to have your content removed through emailing the webmaster directly, filling out a request form or through legal channels, it’s still likely that the negative search result will be archived somewhere and continue to show up when your name is searched.


Negative content can damage a company or person worse than the author often realizes. Sometimes it can be taken down, other times it must be pushed down or suppressed. An online reputation suppression strategy works to move newly created, and existing positive search results, higher up in search engine results in order to move down or 'suppress' negative search results.


The further down you can push negative content, the less likely a reader is to see it. In fact, most people don't look further than the first page of Google search results anyway.

We have created a list of proven techniques to help keep your negative content where it belongs: several pages deep in Google search results. 


Deciding on the right online reputation management strategy (ORM) can be a challenge. It can be jarring to find yourself in the midst of a reputation scandal. But it's important to remain calm as you pinpoint the cause of the problem and develop (and follow!) an action plan can help lessen the impact.


Solving the problem that caused the negative feedback is paramount. But even after that's been done there is more work to do. Here are some sample strategies:


  • Remove results directly from Google

  • Remove from the source through negotiation

  • Remove from the source via legal channels

  • Paid removal

  • Weakening of negatives

  • Development and optimization of branded content

  • Review improvement and management

  • Optimization of existing content


Reputation problems can range from bad reviews to negative blog posts or unflattering online newspaper articles. Since most content cannot be removed, a reputation management strategy centered around suppressing or pushing down bad search results is the most common strategy after review management. 

There are a few more questions you still should ask yourself in your takedown request. Unfortunately, if you answer “YES” to any of the questions below – you should focus your energy elsewhere while attempting to improve your personal brand.


  • Is the owner of this content anonymous or spiteful? It would be great if you could just email someone and they would immediately remove this negative content, no questions asked. That’s obviously the ideal situation, and while it is possible to get content removed, there are some known risks and issues associated with taking this route. If you’re dealing with an anonymous or spiteful troll, then proceed with caution. Asking this kind of person to remove the offending may not go as planned. There is always the chance that the owner not only refuses to take the content down… but could make the situation worse for you. Depending on the particular circumstances regarding your negative results, if you are dealing with somebody who has it out for you, there is always the chance that this person will choose to make it worse for you by becoming even more active and retaliate against you online. We have seen this happen many times, so it’s a smart idea to take a moment and analyze the situation. Sometimes it’s better left alone when it comes to contacting the site owner, and spending your time on other strategies to bury negative Google results.

  • Is the owner of this content a government website or news outlet? If you’re dealing with a government site, it’s unlikely that you’ll be able to get documents that are of public record removed. However, you should feel free to do a bit of digging on the government website (or by calling them) to see if there are any processes in place to maintain your privacy. And when it comes to dealing with a news outlet – if something is factually inaccurate, you can of course email them to write a retraction or correction. However, that may just give even more authority to a link or story that already looks damaging based on the title or URL.

  • Does this negative content fall outside of the realm of the Right to Be Forgotten (EU) or Google’s takedown policy (US)? If so, it’s unlikely you can have the search engine de-index this result for your name. This means you will have to push down the negative Google result if you want it to stop being an issue.

    If the owner of the offending content refuses to take it down, you may be tempted to turn to paid removal services. Unfortunately this may be a very expensive and arduous process to removal. Often times the negotiations associated with this process can take as long as working to bury negative Google results directly. There are a number of reasons for this but the two biggest ones are time and negotiation.

    Site owners tend to be protective of their content and have spent their own time or money when creating it. This is why they tend to not be very receptive to the idea of removing it. Also, most often the contact details you can find on a site are not checked frequently which means the time you have to spend simply waiting to hear back from the owner can be very long.

    There are a number of businesses and “consultants” popping up all over the place who claim that they can bury negative Google results and fix your online presence practically overnight. However, if this person or company is focusing on building your brand with long-term results in mind, then they wouldn’t be making a promise that they can’t necessarily keep. The fact of the matter is, nobody can completely control Google results.

  • If someone says that they can fix your online reputation overnight, RUN!

    In all likelihood, they are using black-hat SEO practices that try to trick search engines into quick, short-term results. While this may work for a week or two (at best), it is not a long-term solution. Your attempt to push down the negative search results will fail, and after a short period of time they will resurface. This means you will be right back where you started – but with less money. Search engines have been battling deceptive firms that use black hat tactics for years, and are now so good at flagging the activity that it often backfires, bringing the negative Google result back into prominence.

    There are effectively three ways to completely remove a negative search result at the source. You can:

  • Have the web site owner remove the page entirely.

  • Have the web site owner add a NOINDEX tag to the HTML of the web page you want Google to ignore. (NOINDEX tells a search engine to ignore the page). This effectively removes the page because it removes it from search engines without actually taking the page away.

  • Change the content on the page so it is no longer relevant for the target search query.

  • These methods rely on the website owner to do the work. Therefore, the only way to remove negative search results at the source is to convince the owner of the page to remove it. There is a fourth option! Hack the site to remove negative content, but we cannot condone this option (sorry, Reputation X doesn't hack).

  • As complete removal is comparatively rare, it is necessary to understand how negative online content can be suppressed. Although the word 'suppression' may be an inaccurate term because, for the most part, what is really happening is promotion.