Does anyone know how to get negative links pushed down on google?

Ebay.slayer

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Hi All,
Any suggestions will be much appreciated.
Thanks
 

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You can try being featured in big magazines with positive news, or build social media platforms for your brand name and hope you'll outrank the negative article.
 
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If it is your brand with negative things in the serps, build out your social profiles and populate them then put out some press release type stuff to fill out the serp.
 

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It's actually my name guys, should that be easier? The articles are in the local newspaper in UK.
 

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It's actually my name guys, should that be easier? The articles are in the local newspaper in UK.
maybe i misunderstood something? You mean other magazines write bad things about you? You can try to report them to Google for copyright or bad speech, additionally contact admins of those sites/blogs with a DMCA complaint.... just be creative
 

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It's actually my name guys, should that be easier? The articles are in the local newspaper in UK.

Google's algorithm believes the negative newspaper article is the best and most relevant website for your name. That's why it's ranking high in the search results. Once you understand that, the next steps make sense.

You need to get better, more relevant content published that will rank in the search results. This can be done in hundreds of different ways including interviews, websites, social media, newspapers, and many more.

Once you've got the content published, you'll likely need to push it up with link building.

You can try to do it yourself, it might be cheaper but will take a lot of your time. It might not be cheaper because companies who specialize in reputation management know which sites are more likely to rank and thus don't waste money hoping something might help. If Fiverr is your first thought, you're better off hiring someone. If you know how to build relationships online and have the ability to send hundreds of targeted emails, you might be able to do it yourself.
 

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Post article on medium with your name in title.
Register domain name with your name and build a website.
Release a press release with name in the title.
create few youtube vidoes and include your name in title.
create a facebook profile, twitter, pinstrest, insta etcc. profiles with your name.
Get posts on few good websites with your name on title.

Build tons of links to those pages.
mostly you will notice they will be on first page and negative links pushed down
 

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Post article on medium with your name in title.
Register domain name with your name and build a website.
Release a press release with name in the title.
create few youtube vidoes and include your name in title.
create a facebook profile, twitter, pinstrest, insta etcc. profiles with your name.
Get posts on few good websites with your name on title.

Build tons of links to those pages.
mostly you will notice they will be on first page and negative links pushed down

Thank you all !
 

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One of the most effective ways to push down negative links is to rank other content.

If your client had some bad press in the past, you can use the name of your client and apply it to a fictitious person and rank those articles higher.

Alternatively, if you're dealing with a brand, you might want to focus on ranking content involving the brand that is positive in nature.

If you're dealing with a local person, it's very easy to bury whatever negative information by opening a lot of social media account and building links to some of them.

It's fairly easy to get negative links pushed down on Google if they involve people or brands that are not well-known or very local.

If you're dealing with regional or even national brands, then you'll have a lot more work on your hands, but it's still doable.

I would focus on press releases for more visible clients.
 

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It's called "Post/article suppression"

You can buy site posts on reputable sites to outrank it and push it off first page.

Depending on the website the content is on, this may be the only option. Tossing toxic links at some sites will backfire.

You can also ask/offer a site money to take it down. This works in like 2% of cases
 
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