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How to keep your website away from review sites?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by longsp, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. longsp

    longsp Newbie

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    Hello guys. As you know there is some websites on the internet which have been built on review system. For example sitejabber.com. People are making reviews for websites there. But the main problem is that, reviews are not being reviewed by website admins. They are being published immediately and most of the reviews are being published by your competitors who are trying to down your business. When you contacted to sitejabber admin to remove incorrect reviews you cannot get any help. None of the reviews are removed from sitejabber. When you applied to claim your website there to write answers to reviews they do not answer you. So you cannot write any reply to reviews and when somebody types your website name in google, sitejaberr links are shown at the top. So most of the customers see your bad reviews which are published by your competitors, they buy nothing from you. This f..cking website sitejabber.com has down my business. Because they do not care about your emails. Now I think to build a new business but there is a lot of competitors as well. How can I keep my website away from these review sites? If somebody has any idea, please post here. Thank you.
     
  2. darkstar1

    darkstar1 Newbie

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    I'm having the exact same problem... I would gladly $50 each per review removed from Sitejabber (I have 6 negative reviews alltogether)
     
  3. lancis

    lancis Elite Member

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    Sue them for blasphemy? Or better, hire a lawyer to write a letter with a warning - most of the times it works.