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Having bad news on the first page of Google search results is like having

bad news on the front page of the newspaper.

Contact us at info@webcide.com

But unlike a newspaper that changes every day,

your search results won’t change unless you do something about it. We can help.

The world’s best online reputation management services to help individuals with negative search results

 

CRM is the only online reputation management firm that guarantees its work.

 

We work with Fortune 500 companies, CEOs, and celebrities.

 

We know as well as anyone that a single negative review can turn away potential customers.

 

Thus, we must do exceptional work for every single client.

According to an AOL study, 90% of Google searchers never make it past page one for a given search.

 

Our in-house team of talented project managers uses proprietary technology

and industry best practices to push down damaging information,

and pushing up relevant, accurate information onto page one of Google.

We specialize in dealing with unwanted Google results.

See if you have anything that could put your privacy or reputation at risk, including

exposed private info, unflattering Google results, or unprofessional social media posts or images.

Our white glove Account Management team will provides you with end-to-end campaign correspondence, making this a hands-off job on your part and easy to see what's being done every step of the way.

Our end goal is to help you look your absolute best in search results.

As the world’s largest search engine, it’s no surprise that Google poses a significant threat to those trying to prevent negative information about their company being found on the internet.

Because their main objective is to identify all information relevant to its user’s search queries, Google won’t attempt to determine whether their results are wrong or harmful to someone’s reputation. Unfortunately, this makes it extremely difficult to prevent the search engine from returning negative results.

 

And we're ready to do that. 

With Google being the new first impression, our goal is to have clients looking their best online,

whether they need more exposure, help with a search related issue, or an updated presence.

CRM has proven time and time again to be an outstanding partner – responsive, efficient, highly knowledgeable, and most importantly all-around great people who are awesome to work with.

Negative search results can have a hugely damaging impact on an organization. They can put your company’s reputation at risk and ultimately affect your bottom line while making it difficult to attract new staff or operate effectively within your marketplace. What’s more, if unfavorable information appears high up within the search results, the risk is even higher. Studies show that the top ten results of a search receive roughly 85% of all clicks, and, worryingly, negative results have a click-through rate of up to 63% higher than positive ones. Unfortunately, removing negative information from Google is exceedingly challenging, especially without professional help; however, there are a few methods that will help.

 

You always have confidence knowing that CRM is in our corner ready

to jump into action whenever and wherever we need them.

Our team of reputation experts can help protect the reputation of your company

or self through a variety of expert techniques.

Our end goal is to help your company look its absolute best in search results.

A positive online reputation is a business’s greatest asset or its biggest weakness.

Online reviews impact 70% of purchasing decisions, and with 90% of all consumers

using search engines like Google to help make decisions,

your company’s search results can be the difference between success and failure.

Don’t let a single negative Google result ruin your business.

We remove any Google results that can be taken down.
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.

 

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.

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.

The most obvious approach is to submit a request to Google to request the removal of information. However, this method is very limited in its effectiveness. Google won’t remove negative reviews or articles simply because you don’t want them to be seen. For the most part, they’ll only remove information that could put you at risk of identity theft, personal harm, or financial fraud. This is generally limited to information like bank or credit card details, Social Security Numbers, private medical records, or sexually explicit images. Unless the content you wish to remove comes under one of these categories,

it’s almost certain that Google won’t remove it.

The only exception to these rules would be if Google is returning search results for content that you know has already been taken offline. In this case, you can request to remove outdated content, but it will work only if the original page has been removed. For the majority of people wishing to remove negative online information from Google, they’ll need to employ removal specialists to take a different approach.

When it comes to removing negative reviews from Google, they won’t take anything down unless it breaches their code of conduct. This applies to spam, off-topic or irrelevant reviews, or prohibited content. It also covers reviews that could be deemed to be a conflict of interest, which is helpful if a negative review has been left by a former employee or competitor wishing to damage your reputation