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Can Bots Write Articles Yet?

Published on 09/10/19 9:24 AM PST by Eric Brantner

Yes, bots can now write articles. Everyone who uses the internet has interacted with bots. Bots chat with us on apps, leave comments on articles and videos, and write social media posts. We know that bots have the ability to put words together coherently. 

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The 5 Online Reputation Laws You Should Know

Published on 11/18/19 2:02 PM PST by Reputation X

Sometimes you need to invoke one law or another to support or attack a particular position. If we had a dollar for every time a politician claimed that “the law states this” or “the courts agree that,” well, we wouldn’t be in the web reputation management business. We’d be sitting on a beach somewhere.

The dirty little secret, though, is that the law is often open to interpretation, especially when a law is relatively new and untested. Some of the body of online reputation law fits the “new and untested” bill. And while other elements are more settled, they don’t universally benefit those looking to burnish their online image. So while these five areas of the law may help your web reputation campaign, they may also work against it. In any event, this article will help you weigh the pros and cons, and consider the resources that might be involved.

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Removal, De-Indexing, Suppression. What's the Difference?

Published on 07/29/19 8:21 AM PST by Reputation X

 

What is the difference between pushing down search results (suppression), de-indexing, and removal?

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The Fastest Ways to Remove Search Results: Ranked

Published on 09/11/19 3:16 PM PST by Reputation X

We ranked the fastest ways to remove search results from Google from fastest to slowest.

Google gets smarter everyday, but even with new Google artificial intelligence systems like RankBrain or even "knowledge based trust" it still ranks information about knowledge based on human search activities and trust, not something so difficult to define as truth. So how do we correct inaccurate or irrelevant knowledge in search results?

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Changing Knowledge Panel results in search results

Published on 09/05/19 10:27 AM PST by Reputation X

If you or your brand has a Knowledge Panel you're suddenly "somebody". It's a bit like a Wikipedia page for you or your company, but it doesn't need to be clicked on for searchers to see it. But how do you get Google to build yo one? And if you have one with the wrong information being displayed, how do you correct it?

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How to optimize images for Google

Published on 11/11/19 10:20 PM PST by Reputation X

We often need to optimize image results for Google search in order to change search results for reputation management or for SEO reasons. For example, sometimes the wrong image is showing in Google Knowledge Graph, sometimes because the images Google shows are not relevant to the search results. In both cases we optimize the image files so they show up more often in normal as well as image search results. It involves naming the image, page context, ALT tag, image title, page title and rich snippets. This is how it's done.

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Steps to Remove Bad PissedConsumer Reviews

Published on 09/11/19 3:11 PM PST by Reputation X

PissedConsumer offers a place for, well, pissed consumers to vent about supposedly sketchy businesses. But how to remove PissedConsumer.com posts is the question on most people's minds.

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How to find bloggers, placements and contributors

Published on 09/05/19 10:14 AM PST by Reputation X

 

Launching an online reputation marketing campaign is a great way to raise your personal or corporate profile and ensure that you’re controlling the online conversation around your key search terms. But with so much chaos and clutter in the digital world, the idea of carving out a positive space for you or your company—a fortress of digital brand authority that suppresses negative content and introduces you to others on the best possible terms—seems daunting, even laughable.

But it’s doable.

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