How to Remove Negative Press off Google

How to Remove Negative Press off Google

 

Negative Press such as negative articles , arrest records , and court records , can be removed permanently from Google and the entire web .

 

There are multiple removal solutions that may match your case . Almost all type of online information can be deleted from the Internet .

 

You do not even to live the rest of your life with bad press , that damage your good online reputation . 

 

Contact us , and we will show you how we delete negative press from the internet , forever .

 

And, when you’re dealing with removing news, articles, and reviews from Google, it’s important to acquaint yourself with their Content and User Contribution Policy, which prohibits the following types of content:

 

  • Spam & fake content: When dealing with reviews, factual posts, or other content, it should reflect your actual and genuine experience at whichever location you went to. Fake and duplicate content from multiple accounts will also not be tolerated.

  • Off-topic content: Posting content that is completely unrelated to the location or topic in question will be removed.

  • Restricted content: For specific content subject to controls or regulations, with certain guidelines governing their posting, users must avoid using calls to action or other offers for the sale of its products and services.

  • Illegal content: This includes images or content infringing anyone else’s legal intellectual property right, anything depicting sexual abuse imagery, rape, organ sale, human trafficking, endangered animal products, illegal drugs, prescription drugs to the illegal market, graphic or gratuitous violence, and content produced by or on behalf of terrorist organizations.

  • Sexually explicit content: Specifically, sexually explicit content exploiting children or presenting them in a sexual manner is prohibited.

  • Offensive content: Content containing profane, obscene, or offensive gestures and language will be removed.

  • Hate speech: Speech condoning or promoting violence against persons or groups based on religion, disability, race, ethnic origin, gender, age, veteran status, sexual orientation, or nationality is prohibited.

  • Harassment & bullying: Using Google to harass, bully, or attack other individuals in prohibited.

  • Impersonation: False attribution to another company or person with the intent of misleading others is grounds for removal.

 

Online defamation is like a wildfire, the longer you let it sit and spread, the harder it’s going to be to put out. Setting up a Google Alerts account is an effective (and free) tool for monitoring your online reputation. Enter your name, and several keywords you want to keep a look out for, and be notified anytime your name and the entered words are mentioned together online. The key to defamation removal is proactivity, not reactivity.

 

Many people believe asking newspapers to unpublish articles will quickly result in the removal of the article from Google and the Internet.  "Unfortunately, many times simply asking for removal of the content is not enough.  Even if the information contained in the article is inaccurate, outdated, or overly defamatory it is possible the editor will not comply with a removal request," says an InternetReputation.com spokesperson.

 

"We have found numerous effective solutions to removing newspapers from the Internet, it just takes a little creativity.

 

"Outdated newspaper articles can remain on the Internet for years.  Sites like newspaperarchives.com have articles dating back to the 1800s.  If information is available via a public database or private, chances are it is going to end up on the Internet, so creating an effective reputation management strategy is essential in the current sphere of the Internet.

 

"We have seen clients who after contacting the newspaper agency and asking for removal ended up having an additional story submitted on them or the offending article updated with new information.  Having a story updated will only make it more problematic. 

 

It is best to avoid any updates to unwanted articles or new stories relating to the offending article."  InternetReputation.com recommends hiring a professional to discuss and look at possible options before doing anything that can't be undone.  "We advise our clients not to contact the newspaper agency and to let us take over and work on what we do best." 

 

The Internet has changed the way everyone can access information, including amount and speed.  With a few keystrokes people can now perform entire background checks completely anonymous from anywhere, anytime.

 

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.