TAKE DOWN NEGATIVE SEARCH RESULTS ON GOOGLE.

 

TAKE BACK CONTROL WITH THE #1 ONLINE REPUTATION AND REMOVE NEWS ARTICLES FROM THE INTERNET.

 

CONTACT US FOR A FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION AT INFO@WEBCIDE.COM

 

Removing search results at the source

The fastest way to change search results is to remove the content upon which the result is based completely from the website in which it exists. That usually means the author must delete it. Google cannot delete information from a website, but once it's been removed, Google will remove the listing from its search results within a few days (usually).

 

Our Google Removal Audit will identify whether your results are candidates for de-indexing from search engines. While rare, this allows us to remove them completely from Google. Our Damage Control Process minimizes the number of people who will find your negatives. We do this by burying them below positive content that tells your story and contextualizes your results.Our Positive Promotion Process – which includes publishing blog posts, social media updates and rich media – puts your best foot forward online month after month.

 

Removing search results from Google

If deleting content from a publisher (a blog, news site, video channel, etc.) doesn’t seem feasible, or doesn’t work, the second choice may be to ask Google and Bing to remove something from their indexes. But that doesn’t remove the content from the site itself, it just makes it far more difficult to find. And if it's more difficult to find, less people will see it. 

 

This continual creation of optimized content helps keep your positive webpages above your negatives, and creates a protective barrier that helps prevent new negatives from being seen.Remove, Suppress, Repair, and Monitor your online presence with the experts. We live in a world which defines our business by what is found online. A positive web presence is essential to the success and growth of any business. You have one reputation, we make sure it's a good one. Don’t let a negative Google result ruin your business.

 

First, the bad news. In our 10+ years of experience we've found that a Webmaster will most often not remove online content because - after all - they put it there in the first place. But sometimes they will remove it. Either way, it's worth a shot to ask.

 

It often comes down to finding what they want. What motivates them?

 

We've made some pretty interesting offers on behalf of our clients. We've given to charities in their name, provided direct payment, shown them the error of their ways, or sometimes after cooling down they just felt bad and needed a little nudge to remove it. People are motivated by many things. You might be surprised by what works.

 

You’ll receive regular reports and analytics showing how your online presence is improving. Your team is here for your every step of the way, communicating with you and optimizing your strategy each month. 

 

Personal Reputation Management usually consists of a variety of different digital marketing efforts that you would use every day to build your personal online reputation. If you have a personal reputation management strategy in place, you can build a clean wall between your personal profile and any negative criticism that tries to invade the search results on Google your name and your business.

 

If you start now to fill the search results on the search engines with positive information about you, you are ultimately creating a barrier between you and anyone that wants to post anything negative about you online.

 

Online Reputation Management (ORM) is the active process of protecting and monitoring your business brand and personal reputation online. Online Reputation Management is becoming more important every day since buying decisions can directly be influenced by what is being said about you online. 

 

The following tactics work best for people rather than corporations. Every author is different. If you feel contacting the author to get online content deleted is the right approach, here are a few ways to get people to take down a blog post, article, video, or other online content:

 

  • Appeal to their altruistic side: "You had every right to post that review. I hope I've made it right. At this point the post is really damaging my business - would you mind removing or updating it?"

  • Try the charity angle: "I see you support the local little league. I know removing the post you wrote might take some of your valuable time. I'd be happy to donate to the _____________ little league in your name or anonymously as a thank you for taking it down."

  • Take the capitalist route: "I'd like to sponsor the page you wrote about our business. We'll request a few modifications, and you'll be well compensated for your time." Note: Modifications may mean removing the business' name, adding a special meta tag to make Google ignore the page (noindex), or removing the page altogether.

 

What does Google say about you? Do not wait until the situation worsens, it is best to contact Webcide.com the moment you see anything concerning online. Remove search results fast. Our skilled litigation team will ensure a successful removal in little to no time at all!

Immediately following each removal solution, we will notify each search engine accordingly. As a courtesy we will let Google, Yahoo and Bing know about the updates online in order for them to update their databases to reflect the change(s).

 

A dedicated Online Reputation Management strategy and the process can help you with the management of your reputation online. This usually combines various social media marketing, digital marketing, PR, and traditional marketing techniques.

 

Our proprietary ReputationEngine technology makes our Managed Services far more effective than competitors.

 

We have created exclusive partnerships with high authority domains within Google search results to create positive content associated with your business. By creating positive content we are able to replace the negative search results with positive content you control.

 

Your personal online reputation is one of your most valuable assets online. When people are looking for information or if they have any questions, they usually turn to the search engines and various social media channels such as LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook for answers. Does your personal profile stand out? Do you have enough credibility online that these people will ask you for answers?

 

Personal reputation management is becoming crucial in today’s digital lifestyle. People don’t want to engage with companies directly. They want to engage with the faces behind the company logo. Since the explosion of social media and social networking, the ability for anyone to post anything online for the world to see is easy. Managing your own personal online reputation is vital.

 

Anyone can post anything online and it is public. It can never “really” be deleted, just hidden. We have all done mistakes at various points in our lives, but you never know when it will come back to haunt you. Some people/employers may not care about your online reputation, others will.

 

Most websites and major search engines, including Google, Bing, and Yahoo! have polices in place for voluntarily removing content from webpages and search results if given a valid court order declaring the content to be defamatory. Getting a court order requires filing a lawsuit. There are many important considerations to take into account when filing. Only a licensed attorney experienced in the area of Internet defamation can properly advise as to the risks, costs, and other considerations.

 

If a valid court order is obtained that declares that the content is defamatory or should otherwise be removed, search engines and websites typically remove the content voluntarily. Court orders are used not only for injunctions to remove content, but also to prevent content from continuing to be reposted and to obtain monetary compensation and relief for the client.

 

f the author won't remove the content, or you think it is a bad idea to even ask, ask the webmaster or publisher of the site upon which the information lives to remove the page completely. This doesn't work on personal blogs because the webmaster, publisher, editor and author are often all the same person. But it may work on medium-sized sites like local or small town news sites. 

 

To find the owner of a site use a Whois tool like Whois.net or DomainTools. A little research can point you to someone in charge. But sometimes that information is protected by domain privacy. If a website does not have domain privacy enabled, the name, address and phone number of the owner of a website will often be visible. 

 

It doesn’t matter who you are; maybe you are a CEO of a successful company, a politician, a financial service executive, or a local business owner. Your personal branding and reputation is your most valuable asset.

 

Your search results define your online reputation. For example, a positive reputation is essential when you are:

 

  • securing financing to start a new business venture

  • launching an IPO

  • attracting new clients

  • advancing your career

  • running for public office

  • creating a business partnership

 

When a person needs information regarding anything, they will usually turn to Google. Whatever they find will massively influence their decisions and perceptions. When a client finds negative reviews and articles in search results, the likelihood of them doing business with you is very low. Negative reputation costs financial enterprises millions of dollars each year.

 

A negative reputation can severely damage anyone’s personal brand, not just businesses. Negative personal branding can potentially affect your livelihood, relationships, and security. This means that it is essential to develop a positive personal branding strategy.

 

Online reputation management is not entirely about solving your online reputation. By hiring reputation management firms like Status Labs, you will enjoy other services like:

 

  • making sure that your online reputation is reflected accurately and positively about your personal or company brand

  • removing brand ambiguity from Google search results

  • noticing and fixing negative reputation attacks

  • protecting your name and legacy

  • responding to damaging claims and rumors

  • advancing existing digital marketing campaigns

 

It is important to note that every website and search engine has different requirements as to what constitutes a “valid” court order. Court orders must be drafted to meet the unique requirements and circumstances of each case. In many cases, content is authored or posted by individuals who are anonymous or cannot be easily identified or located. In instances such as these, getting a court order requires filing a lawsuit. Depending on the state where the lawsuit is filed, efforts must then be undertaken to uncover the identity of the anonymous author .

 

Our experienced Internet attorneys and team of online investigative and forensic experts are highly trained in identifying and locating people, organizations, and other defamers that attempt to hide their identity.

 

It is important to note that if a proper court order is not obtained, websites and search engines will deny removal requests. Therefore, it is imperative to work with a law firm that has experience successfully obtaining valid court orders of this type.

 

Reputation Management is aimed to boost online visibility and drive visitors to a website by assisting the reputation of a business within search engines. It helps foster a debate by enhancing conversation and “influencing the influencer”. Online Reputation Management can be used either for increasing positive brand and keyword content driven search results or dissipating negative content that appears within search engines through brand searches, keyword searches, or both.