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Help needed to Remove a Negative article from Google

Discussion in 'Online Reputation Management (ORM)' started by faddies, Dec 15, 2015.

  1. faddies

    faddies Newbie

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    Guys Help needed. I want to Remove a Negative article from Google Which is hurting my Brand Name.
    How can I remove a third party page from Google.
    Looking for some black hat techniques.


    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. ehinoze

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    PM me.We may not be able to remove it since its not a property you manage and have access to, but we can derank it and bury it in the serps.You may add me on skype, my skype is ethinoze
     
  3. clevelandslim

    clevelandslim Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try to contact your third party and told them to remove the negative article. If they didn't response, do negative seo for their site.
     
  4. SEOWithV

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    The only way its going down is if that 3rd party removes it themselves. The only other way to try and pull it down is by doing a bit of link building/rep management work. This essentially means ranking other properties for your keyword and pushing that negative article down onto Page 2, 3, etc.
     
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    how about GWT?
    You can use the removal tool :)
     
  6. ellois

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    Sorry to highjack this thread, but my client has the same issue. Anybody out there?
     
  7. campbelljof

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    Try to connect with website's Webmaster or admin and request them to remove content or disavow from Google. This is the way you can remove content from Google search.
     
  8. Sherbert Hoover

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    Negative SEO rarely works any more in this day and age. Typically, all it will do is provide a boost for your competitor or negative website. Highly NOT recommended.

    Bingo. I assume with OP writing this thread he has tried to get the negative article removed. I try to make it a goal for my clients to get control/positive or neutral links (i.e. Yellow Pages, Ancestry.org, etc) on the first four pages in as high a percentage as possible. I also make it the overarching goal to have 100% control over the first page of results for their name or search term.

    This only works if the link is dead and needs to be removed from the SERPs.

    I sent you a private message for more information and budgetary limitations.

    The Disavowal tool exists to disavow backlinks on your own site that may be considered negative in quality or spammy. It is typically used to return from a negative SEO attack, or to clean up backlinks in case of a reconsideration request.
     
  9. Ambitious12

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    You have to talk with the third party first for easy convenient so far and if you found bad result then go with negative result.
     
  10. edwinmichal

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    What should we do if such negative review was posted in sites like Ripoff? It is very hard to bury them from serp.. please advice
     
  11. Sherbert Hoover

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    Hi Edwin,

    It's difficult to bury a Ripoff Report from results pages, however with a proper, well-funded, long-term online reputation management campaign it can be done. I've taken a Ripoff Report that was solidly #2 for a local business down to page four over the course of 12 months with $2K per month and $4K to start.
     
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    If this is in Europe you have the right to remove it by law.
     
  13. edwinmichal

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    It seems too costly, very difficult for small business owners to spend more than $25k for a negative review
     
  14. vitarank

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    I doubt negative SEO will work on this case. Rather pulling the negative review down why not rank other web properties up?
     
  15. Whistleblower

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    read OP again.....
     
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    If you have removed the article from the site, google will remove the article after few days.
     
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    moved to online reputation management section..
     
  18. Ste Fishkin

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    Only if its against a person on a EU based TLD such as .eu, .co.uk., .fr and stuff I believe, if its against a business there is not much they can do.
     
  19. Sherbert Hoover

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    I think this dude has the answer. If someone posted a negative review they're unlikely to want to remove said article.

    You need to employ a guy who deranks / removes / goes round with a baseball bat yadda yadda.....