In an increasingly digital world, more and more information about us becomes available online. While we all would want the positive achievements we’ve had to come up first this isn’t always the case. Often times it's easier to find our mistakes, however few, before finding our accomplishments.
Internet Reputation is here to help you out. In this article, we’ll guide you through the processes used to rid the negative content online.
The first option for content you don’t want to be seen online should always be to simply remove. For content that you control this can be very easy, just delete any posts or pages that you control that are negatively affecting you. Easy right? Well, where it gets hard is links that you don’t control. Trying to get the owner of content online to remove it is often a tedious and lengthy process, and depending on the type of content it can have varying levels of success. But it's always worth a try to track down someone who can take the article down and speak with them about doing just that.
So you’ve tracked down the content owner, and they’re unwilling to remove it. It happens sometimes but you’re not out of options yet. If something can’t be removed then the next best thing is to push it so far down in the Google results that it won’t be found easily anymore. How do you do this? Well, unfortunately, it's not easy to do on your own and you’d do best to seek some professional help.
Internet Reputation offers help with this scenario and has plenty of experience with suppressing every kind of content. Feel free to contact us if you have any more questions about the process.
Let’s say you’re a business and a negative review comes up on Google. Nothing could be more frustrating. Luckily you might be able to turn this negative review into a positive note for your company. I know, that doesn’t
make sense but the key to flipping a negative review into a positive one is to address. Reply to the customer on the review site, address their concerns talk about any changes you will make going forward and thank them for their feedback. Often this will encourage a reviewer to change or delete their review. Even short of that a customer reading through reviews would feel much more at ease to see complaints being addressed by your company.
And there we go, a few of the ways to get those negative links off Google. Some you can do yourself and some you’ll be best off seeking professional help for.
If you’re seeking some help Internet Reputation has years of experience in getting rid of or pushing down negative content online. Call us today 888.725.2859.
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