We help businesses:
Remove information from consumer complaint sites like Ripoffreport.com, PissedConsumer.com, and Complaintsboard.com
Remove false and damaging reviews from rating websites like Yelp.com, Tripadvisor.com, Amazon.com, and Avvo.com
Remove confidential or proprietary information obtained illegally or placed online without authorization
Shut down websites that are selling counterfeit products and infringing on intellectual property and branding rights, such as trademarks, copyrights, and trade dress)
With business reputation services, you can build an online presence that increases your reach, hones your competitive edge and puts you in control of the discussion.From negative information removal and suppression to online enhancement, content creation and promotion, our reputation management services help you repair, restore and establish the Internet reputation you deserve.
Not only do our comprehensive online reputation management campaigns for individuals and companies repair bad online reputations, when we go to work for your online reputation, we do all we can to ensure it stays protected. Reputation monitoring and reputation maintenance are two methods we use to protect the private information and online reputations of our clients.
Your online reputation not only shows your customers who you are, but also what you want to be. Corporate services can help you elevate your brand to the forefront of the industry and the conversation online, and can demonstrate to potential and existing customers alike how important their business is to you, both now and well into the future.Even if guaranteed removal options are not available for a specific website, we have high success rates with our Court Ordered Removal and Search Engine De-indexing Services.
In some cases, we attempt removals from websites on a flat fee, non-contingent basis.
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Repair Reputation Damage, Control Your Name and Dominate Your Search Results with Proven Online Reputation Management Solutions
The best approach for removing online defamatory content is dependent upon the circumstances surrounding each individual case, so it is important to work with an experienced law firm that is dedicated solely to Internet defamation matters.
While slander (spoken defamation) and libel (written defamation) statutes are nuanced, and vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, the basic definition of defamation reads:
defamation, n. (14c) 1. The act of harming the reputation of another by making a false statement to a third person.
If the alleged defamation involves a matter of public concern, the plaintiff is constitutionally required to prove both the statement’s falsity and the defendant’s fault. 2. A false written or oral statement that damages another’s reputation. See LIBEL; SLANDER. Cf. (Black’s Law Dictionary, Ninth Edition) .
Our business online reputation management services offer businesses small and large relief and from everything from bad online reviews, to false remarks posted to consumer complaint sites, to legal cases, and provide a road to successful business reputation recovery.
In order for a statement to be considered false, in the context of a slander or libel lawsuit, it must be provably false. To illustrate, you likely won’t get far suing someone because they called you “a sorry excuse for a human being” because morality is subjective and one person’s “sorry excuse” could be another person’s “hero.” Now, if someone said you “stole money to finance your start-up” – and you didn’t – there’s a good chance you’d emerge victorious in a defamation lawsuit.
Most experts define slander as a comment that can be proven false and that does damage in some way. The comment outlined above might be considered slander upon first glance, for example, if the targets of the rant were never convicted of theft. They aren't "robbers," by this yardstick, and this comment could be slanderous if the targets could prove that the comments had harmed them in some way. Unfortunately, proving that a comment is false can be exceedingly difficult. The writer can claim that the statements were made in self-defense, as one blogger puts it, or that the writer was just performing a duty to inform others. The cases could drag on for months as lawyers parse out the semantics and meaning of each statement in the rant.
Additionally, just finding the writer of the rant can be difficult. Writers can post their comments anonymously, and while the courts have determined that sites should provide the name of anonymous posters when they're asked to do so, some sites don't gather enough information from their users to comply with this rule. They may not know the real names of their users, or their true email addresses. Anyone with a free email account and access to a Wi-Fi spot can quickly stay anonymous, meaning that the victim will have no person to sue. Our commitment to excellence is evident in the thoroughness of the campaigns that we launch for our customers. With close to a 99% success-rate in the online reputation repair projects we've taken on, our performance speaks for itself.
In the past, companies have attempted to sue the web companies that host the dangerous comments, but these cases tend to fail before they end up in a court of law. Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act specifies that a company that hosts web comments isn't responsible for those comments, as long as said company doesn't edit the comments in a meaningful way. Heading back to the original example, if PissedConsumer.com had edited the poster's comments for clarity, perhaps a person could sue that company for slander. But just hosting free-form comments is protected activity, whether it's slanderous or not.
Send a DMCA Notice to Takedown Defamatory Content
Before spending money on professional services to remove defamatory online content, it might be worth giving the few free, "Do-It-Yourself" defamation removal strategies that are available, a shot. A DMCA Notice declaring content as copyrighted and demanding that it promptly be taken down.
Online Reputation Management Repair
Online reputation management companies employ a number of techniques to have false information and defamation remove from the internet and/or buried on search engine results pages (SERPs) of Google, Bing, MSN, Yahoo, AOL, DuckDuckGo and other major search engine providers.
2.a and 2.b below are the two strategies that are most commonly employed by online reputation management professionals. Each strategy can itself be broken into sub-strategies and accomplished in a variety of ways.
Removal: Get Defamation Deleted off Websites and Search Engines
Online reputation management companies have developed a number of sophisticated approaches for cleaning up defamation and other negative information online by getting the undesirable content completely and permanently removed from the websites that it's published on and cleaned off SERPs of all popular conventional web search engines.
Suppression: Bury Defamatory Search Results on Google
When the above routes fail to adequately remove online defamation, an alternative approach must be taken to mitigate reputation-damage from the web content showing up near the top of Search Engine Results on Google Search or Bing. Most commonly, when an online reputation management company is unable to get stubborn results removed from web search engines, the harmful content must be buried or pushed down on Search Engine Results of Google, Bing and other leading web searches.
Online reputation management firms are able to push negative links off the first couple pages of search engine results using a selection of White-Hat Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques.
Defamation Removal Attorney
Hiring a libel attorney that has experience getting defamatory content removed from the internet typically sufficient to get false information removed from most websites. Defamation attorneys use a variety of legal procedures to have defamation removed from web search results for clients seeking solutions to clean up negative information online.