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Content removal from the internet: Methods to Get Negative Content Removed

Published on 03/15/19 7:32 AM PST by Kent Campbell

Bad things online can kill a brand. It can't all be removed, but some of it can and should be. This guide tells you how to delete negative online content. 

Here are a few of the ways online content can be removed - either from the site itself, or from search results - both are avenues to the same outcome - lower, or no, visibility of the negative content online. 

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6 min read Removal. Permanent. Fast. Utterly Guaranteed.

Published on 03/17/19 1:54 PM PST by Reputation X

Remove permanently, in 30 days or less.

A good reputation is built slowly over a lifetime, but it can be lost in a single instant when a negative article has been posted on

Fortunately, we're here to help. At Reputation X, we have a successful track record in doing what seems impossible - reclaiming your online reputation. Reputation X can usually remove a post on within two to four weeks. If we can't do it, it's free. 

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

Published on 09/17/17 8:16 AM PST by Reputation X


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

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Fastest Ways to Remove Search Results: Ranked

Published on 01/15/18 3:05 PM PST by Reputation X

We rank 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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How to Optimize Images for Reputation Management

Published on 03/03/19 12:14 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 10/02/18 10:15 AM PST by Reputation X

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

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