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Looking to bury negative press or bad reviews? Getting rid of negative Google search results is an extremely difficult process. Trying to bury or push down these results with branding basics will just not make the cut, which is why you need to utilize online reputation management tactics to take care of those pesky negative results.
If you are not in direct control of the content that individuals can view on Google, then you may be thinking it’s time to pay for an “Instantly Fix Your Negative Search Results” service.
Understand Google's stance on content removal. Google displays links to content, but they don't host the content itself; this means that they'll rarely remove legal content (even if it's controversial) from search results unless at least one of the following circumstances are met:
The person or company hosting the website on which the content is posted (also known as the "webmaster") removes the content from the site itself.
The content is proven to be slanderous, inaccurate or revealing to the point of being damaging, or otherwise in a legal "grey" area.
These services are usually very expensive depending on the agency you select and can take an extensive amount of time to remove the results if you are not careful. However, here at NetReputation, we work with every client to make each reputation solution affordable for all by offering 0% interest payment plan options extending in upwards of 12-months if need be. We understand how troublesome negative posts online can be, finally, there is a solution for everyone.
Most of the time, the service takes longer than working to bury the negative Google results directly, also known as suppression. This is because site owners are not as receptive to the thought of removing content from their site that they have spent time and money creating.
In most cases, it takes anywhere from 2-7 days to make contact with a specific website owner. Also, it can take time due to the lack of frequency that their email or other various forms of contact information are checked.
It is also important to avoid the scam consisting of removing any negative Google search results overnight. This is completely ineffective and the sites use black-hat SEO practices that attempt to trick search engines in the short term but ultimately will resurface down the road months later. It takes Google roughly 2-3 days to update their results so a 24-hour solution is impossible.
By utilizing social media, custom built websites and press releases we are able to quickly outrank the negative content online and replace it with nothing but positive results.
Determine whether or not your information is worth removing. If your information is technically legal to host, Google won't remove the information for you; you'll have to contact the webmaster directly in order to request that the information be taken down.
If the information in question isn't so much harmful as just embarrassing, the process of requesting its deletion might be more effort than it's worth.
Whether you call it self-search, vanity search, or ego-googling, it's a good idea to check in with yourself from time to time. This is especially true when you're thinking about taking on a new career or attempting to forge a new relationship.
Search for your full name—with and without middle name—as well as your family name, any nicknames and aliases you might have, and any other variation of your name that you can think of.
For example, if you regularly comment on a political blog under the name "AlwaysRight," for example, Google that, then Google "AlwaysRight" "Your Realname", quotation marks and all. This will force the search engine to return a very specific result that contains both sets of words to see if the two names can be linked.
Running social media campaigns can be very helpful to build your online personal brand. Having said that, using this method should be handled appropriately and only should be used in specific cases.
This method is usually used after you have already spent time building your online reputation. This will aid in presenting positive, long-lasting changes over time. By far, this is one of the most effective foundations for pursuing the creation of a positive image online while working to fix your negative information.
While this does not directly bury Google results, it can affect your campaign indirectly. Running a social media campaign creates traction for a specific goal. In addition, it sends signals to search engines that can’t hurt your efforts in creating an online positive image.
In much more simpler terms, running a social media campaign enables more people to see your content. Therefore helping to rank positive pages. Ultimately pushing down the content of your negative Google results.
Overall, the best and most effective way to combat any negative results is through suppressing them with positive results. Creating pages that you are in control of, running social media campaigns, and engaging in social media sites. These combined will push those type of results for your business or your name to the top. Thus burying any negative Google results deeper. There are many negative social media impacts that can be detrimental to your business.
Ask friends to remove posts for you. If the content that you want to remove was posted by a friend, you should be able to contact them and ask for them to take it down.
Again, you'll have to contact the website's webmaster to take down non-friendly content that you can't remove.
What does this mean exactly? This means you must create various social media platforms and actively engage if its users. This can be accomplished by posting frequently, sharing ideas, blog articles and asking your followers what they want to see.
Social media platform are another great option for curating reviews and online feedback. 90% of consumers reference a review platform before making a buying decision. So it is important that you work to increase your reviews day after day.
Going on social media platforms and engaging with communities will create a network of relevant and accurate content. That will begin to rise higher on Google when individuals search for you. This will also aid in eliminating any future negative information that is posted up about you. These overwhelmingly positive results will stay toward the top. Continuing to push the negative results further down.
Save yourself time by just being patient and utilizing this strategy. Ensure that you are maintaining a positive online image for your future employers or consumers.
Make changes to existing content. For content that you can control, such as Facebook pages or Twitter tweets, make changes to the page linked to in the Google results.
You can do this by following the link from the search result itself, logging in if prompted, and then either deleting the post or editing it. Be aware that sites like Facebook show edit history, so people will be able to see the old version of the edited post.
Delete obsolete accounts. While old accounts may not contain embarrassing information, it's always a good idea to remove information that's no longer current.
For example, if you had a Myspace page back at the turn of the century, you might want to close it in order to avoid old information coming back to haunt your online presence.
Even if you don't want to delete an entire account, removing old posts from your account is a good idea. Facebook's "On This Day" option makes this easy, whereas other social media accounts may require you to scroll down to the post(s).