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Bury negative Google Suggestions Keywords

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sevenfigurez, Feb 25, 2010.

  1. sevenfigurez

    sevenfigurez Junior Member

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    I have a client that needs to bury some longtail keywords that google gives when someone is searching his company. For example, when a person types in "Company Name", google will give suggestions like "Company Name Scam", Company Name Rip Off"

    I am wondering how to accomplish this. I am thinking that maybe a program that can fake 100's or 1000's of different searches a day with other "Company Name" keywords will help bury the negative ones.

    Any help would be appreciated, and I would be willing to pay $$ if we can get it done.
     
  2. nufaman

    nufaman Elite Member

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    Tell them to stop scamming
     
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  3. sevenfigurez

    sevenfigurez Junior Member

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    Ok buddy, I'll make sure to put that on my to do list.
     
  4. AlphaTwin

    AlphaTwin Registered Member

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    You can definitely influence the suggestions by faking a lot of searches - but you would need a lot of unique IP addresses... Free proxies might work, but it would take quite some time - especially if the generic search-traffic for the "unwanted" keywords is high.

    Maybe putting an iframe with the search request on a high-traffic website (pr0n, free movie site, viral) would work - that way you would "force" all the visitors to search. A simple PHP script could choose a random one of your search terms.

    HTML:
    <iframe src="http://www.google.com/#hl=en&source=hp&q=Company+Name+Best+Price"></iframe>
    You might want to blank the refferer. Buying junk traffic may also be an option.

    Please note that I have never tried this, and I don't know if Google would find out, and what their reaction woud be :) but I don't see how it could harm the company in any way.
     
  5. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

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    Another tactic is to treat the whole matter as a straightforward positive SEO problem. That is create your own web site(s) that rank high in the "Company Name Ripoff" or "Company Name Spam" SERP returns.

    It isn't normally something corporations think of, but humor and wit can go a long way. And there's no rule in either law or advertising that says a company can't create it's own spoof, satire, or humor sites. (Remember the old ad for the magazine "National Lampoon" with the copy "Buy this magazine or we'll shoot this dog" that featured a picture of some innocent pooch with a gun at its head?)

    Once you've created them then it is a straight SEO task to get them rated at the top in google.