So you have set up your business and earning quite a good sum every day. Everything is going on just as your expected but you realize that your sales are going down day by day. You keep on thinking that your product quality hasn't changed, your price hasn't changed, then why are people going away from your business?
What happened suddenly in every person's mind that they are not choosing your brand anymore. So to look into this, you think to google about yourself on google, and voila! You find loads of negative and potential fake reviews are being posted on various sites every day for the last few days. Pictures and some confidential matter about your company are being spread out there which people are taking into the wrong sense. Now you start to understand why people are going away.
The main point is, what should you do at this very moment? You can't just sit tight and watch your company die. You must take action, but it's simply not possible to search your name and go to every page on the internet and delete it.
That's where we, Remove Your Information, comes to the rescue. We are a company that helps businesses, organizations, groups, celebrities to remove unwanted negative information about them online. We know it will be a very difficult job, possibly an impossible job for an individual to find and delete every possible negative thing about them online.
And therefore, we provide our services which include:
remove negative links (from any page)
Remove news articles from Google
Remove negative content from Google
Remove information from Google
to anyone who needs a cleanup and wants to improve his reputation online.
Why do you need to remove negative links from the internet?
Some legend said that "Rome wasn't built in one day. But it was destroyed in one". What this line means is that it takes years or maybe decades to build a good reputation in the community, whereas it only takes a single wrong deed to ruin your years of hard work. A single piece of negative thing has the power to negate decades of work. And this is something that is hard to swallow but is possible to everyone out there who has established itself as a brand amongst the people. You need to stay awake; you need to stay alert and guard your business/you like a lion saving his cub. After all, it's about you and your reputation.
Internet is everywhere. You can find internet in every mobile, every office, every house, and in fact in every potential electronic device. And a thing that has the capacity to reach this many people can give you a tough time if it goes against you. Google, the biggest search engine online, is like the gateway to anything. You can search for anything to everything, and you will find it. And therefore we focus to remove negative content from Google because it is the gateway to hell if it has something against you. Almost 95%+ people use it around the globe and just think about exposing yourself to this much large crowd.
In many times, publishers and or writers violate various copyright laws therefore CRM may pursue a DMCA takedown request. Ultimately, this involves proving copyright infringement and having Google or the respective publisher delete the content in question.
No business is immune from negative news articles. In fact, the bigger the company, the more likely the media will latch onto an unfavorable story. Just think of all the bad press that recently hit massive fitness brands, pizza chains and coffee companies. Furthermore, CEOs are almost always tied to the brand they lead when news breaks.
One means of removing articles from Google is the unpublishing method. This approach involves making a removal request directly to the webmaster, the author, or the publisher.
However, there are a few things you need to know about the unpublishing method before we begin to break it down. It’s not only time consuming, it also requires a nuanced understanding of the publishing industry and the editorial process. It’s important to take an extremely methodical, gentle approach to contacting the owners of these stories.
Sometimes, despite your best efforts, contacting the publishers or writers of negative newspaper articles can do more harm than good. So use extreme caution.
Newspaper publishers view themselves as stewards of essential, historical documents. They rarely entertain requests to remove articles from news publications just because the subject views it as unfavorable.
Your chances of unpublishing content are better if there are factual inaccuracies or sensitive personal information that could bring you physical or financial harm.
Here are the steps to remove negative news articles by contacting publishers:
Call the news agency and work your way up the chain of command until you have the right person. You want to speak with the individual responsible for greenlighting each article.
Be polite. Publishers often take tons of abuse from disgruntled readers and subjects. Even if the person you are speaking with is cold and impersonal, it’s always best to be considerate and kind.
Voice messages often go unanswered due to the volume of tips new outlets receive. So, it’s usually best to follow up by email instead. Be persistent, but remain polite.
Do not attempt to intimidate a publisher through legal threats or court orders. This will only make matters worse for you should the story get out of your intent to influence.
It is highly unlikely that a publisher will remove negative news articles at your behest. In fact, it is so rare that a large publisher removes an article, it often makes the news when they decide to do so — which could turn a single post into a viral news cycle.
Contact the author
It’s still extremely rare, but sometimes you may have better luck reaching out to the author of the piece. The success rate for this type of request varies, but the author may be willing to delete the piece.
Here’s how to remove negative articles from Google by contacting the author:
Check the byline to make sure you have the correct writer
Reach out by phone first, but don’t leave a message. Voicemail is often ignored by the writer due to time constraints
Follow-up with a polite email detailing the inaccuracies and provide proof to support your claim. Be persistent, but don’t be aggressive
Journalists at smaller publications may be able to field more calls and emails than writers at big news agencies. Therefore, if you’re dealing with a local newspaper article, you may have better luck reaching the writer by phone. Personal touches can also help in these circumstances. But if things don’t go your way, you’ll want to carefully consider if this is the right battle to pick.
Remember, this is a time-consuming process with very few favorable outcomes. The best approach is usually to let a reputation management company handle these negative search results so you can focus on your life and your business.