Suffering from an awful online reputation can be lethal to your future because whoever will google your name will not do any kind of business with you, for sure they will never hire you for any good job, and they will not use your services. 

 

The main problem with Google is that it always rank on top of page one, all the negative information. Why is that? Because people loves to read negative news !

 

Negative news attract more readers always and therefore Google makes more money from the traffic generated, 

 

So that you must understand that the negative search results about you will always pop out on page one. 

 

Do you really think that you can bury them? Suppress them? Push them down to page two? 

 

This is not possible because Google algorithms will not permit it. You can trick Google by publishing some positive information about you , but this change in rankings is only temporary. 

 

The negative information about you will always surface back and will reach again and again page one of Google. 

 

How can you clean up your online reputation? So the question is “ How to Improve your reputation on Google” , is there a way to get rid of the negative information on the Internet ? 

 

You can remove all the negative search results from Google by using the professional services of internet defamation lawyers. 

 

How it works?  They prepare lawsuits against the websites hosting the negative information, and then file them. 

 

When the lawyers of Webcide.com starts to take legal actions against websites, usually most of them agree to remove immediately the negative information about you from their websites. 

 

They are not willing to take the risk of loosing a case in court. Defamation lawsuits are multi million dollars lawsuits , that can financially ruin forever a company or a person. 

 

Webcide.com use extremely aggressive legal procedures against website owners , no matter what is the size of the website. We sued big online news websites for online defamation. 

 

 

Contact us for a free and confidential consultation at info@webcide.com

 

 

Brand reputation development relies heavily on a business’s ability to reach customers with compelling content through a number of channels. It's not enough to simply launch a paid advertising campaign and wait for the masses to respond. Most companies use a blend of marketing channels in order to reach customers in the broadest way possible.

 

 

What don’t you control about your reputation?

 

Almost everything. Even if your actions are cautious, circumspect and limited in their scope of impact, your reputation takes on a life of its own in the public mind. There's no controlling it.

 

 

To make this point, let’s use a simple example. Let’s say you run a spaghetti restaurant. Quality, sanitation, employee training, recipes, ambiance — you’ve worked hard to make sure that everything is perfect, that your sauce is well-seasoned and that your spaghetti is piping hot when served.

 

Our wealth of experience provides us with unique insight into how reputations are formed, threatened, and preserved online.

 

We have studied and worked closely with the most widely used platforms while learning and adapting to countless innovations and transformations; we are continually monitoring the landscape and creating new best practices to help our clients manage their digital reputations.

 

We have applied our expertise and technology in many different situations for individuals and corporations.

 

 

We deliver the very best results in online reputation management.

 

Our unique capabilities include unrivaled press connections, world-class

digital research and real-time monitoring.

 

This produces magic results for businesses and individuals around the world.

Examples of our wide-ranging clientele include high-profile doctors,

large e-commerce retailers, accountants, diplomatic think-tanks,

construction companies, government agencies, hotels and restaurant chains.

 

 

One day, you serve a customer your tastiest spaghetti dish at the normal serving temperature of 113 degrees. The customer, unfortunately, was expecting their plate of noodles to be 119 degrees. Early in life, they had a horrible experience with colder-than-expected pasta, a memory that is now mixed up with being cut off from their family, experiencing poverty and losing their hair. The customer rises up from the table in a rage, accusing you of being the worst spaghetti restaurant in the entire Western Hemisphere, spitting their spaghetti back into the dish, and causing all the other restaurant patrons to gaze at their own noodles with horror and revulsion.

 

 

Instantly, your restaurant’s reputation is suspect. Even if the other customers enjoyed the dish, their experience at the restaurant is forever tainted by the customer with some unfortunate life experiences and maladjusted expectations. Your reputation may suffer.

Search results like these are obviously not beneficial to a brand. But how much control did Southwest have over the entire affair — from the metal fatigue to the tragedy itself, to the ongoing investigation and fallout? Very little.

 

 

The development of reputation happens in much the same way as the process of communication:

 

You, as the sender, communicate your reputation through your employees, branding, messaging, web presence and all the other elements of a brand. The receiver, which is any individual in the general public, decodes this message according to the specific channel of communication.

 

Once in the receiver’s mind, the message is layered with all the life experiences, interpretations, biases and other complex issues that affect how a person understands information.

 

 

You can see how the communication of a reputation could easily go off the rails at any point in the process.

 

Reputation is largely outside of your control. As advanced and effective as many reputation management techniques are, it’s not possible to change how people think. Therefore, reputation management focuses on what people see.

 

Can reputation be managed? It’s clear that you cannot control what people think about you or your business. What you can adjust is what people see, which then affects how they perceive you and the reputation they form of you.

 

 

So, we offer a qualified yes. Reputation can be managed. To a degree.

 

 

The word “managed” conveys a greater degree of control than most reputation management practices can truly affect. Much of what reputation management attempts to do is to adjust a very small scope of reputational issues. Most of these issues are online.

 

Here are some of the sources of reputation problems that reputation management does attempt to deal with:

 

Negative news articles – News articles are often the first thing that people see when they Google your business’s name or peruse their news feeds. Even though people are aware that fake news exists, we still tend to believe what we read in the news.

 

Negative online images – Celebrities and ordinary citizens alike have been the subject of leaked photos. Thankfully, there are legal guidelines that stipulate when such images may be removed from search indexes.

 

Wikipedia – Wikipedia is the cultural default for information on virtually every conceivable subject. Unfortunately, Wikipedia can be biased and unedited. Reputation management must pay close attention to this site that consistently ranks high in the search engines.

Ripoff reports and scam sites – Like malicious blogs, some review sites are nothing more than conduits of complaint about disaffected consumers (or worse, malicious reputation destroyers). If these reports go mainstream, they can destroy brands.

 

Review sites – Review sites like Yelp exist to help the consumer make guided choices based on what other customers have experienced. But what if a single malcontented consumer ruins an otherwise great company with a negative review? In an ideal world, the number of good reviews would counteract the outlier, but sometimes a single negative review can shutter a business for good.

 

Social media – Social media has a shorter shelf life than anything else on this list, but it still matters. Social media is the method of choice for people recommending brands, spreading gossip, airing complaints and criticizing public figures.

 

Search results can linger for years. A single reputation blowup will fester in the search index and in people’s minds for such a long time that the false news ossifies into gospel truth. It lingers, that is, until something changes it. And that’s where the science of reputation management comes into play.