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How to outrank negative SEO results?

Discussion in 'Online Reputation Management (ORM)' started by MMJason, Dec 20, 2019.

  1. MMJason

    MMJason Regular Member

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    I am encountering a few competitiors or some other dudes who are trying to hurt me.
    The thing is that my brand is pretty unique so just a post somewhere will fuck up my reputation.

    Sometimes the negative things get posted on a blog that has somewhat of a good trust score (lots of back links, PR etc.)

    How can I outrank them the easiest way? What can I do to not have that shit happen to me again?
     
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    Mr Positive Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Build strong backlinks on authority sites in your platform and buy local reviews to enhance your brand
     
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    create positive reviews on third party sites, then outrank the bad posts with the good ones.
     
  4. MMJason

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    Local reviews like where and on which sites shall the reviews be posted?

    On which third party sites exactly?
     
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    You can't prevent people from saying nasty things about you, but you can prevent their comments from doing much damage by filling your first few pages of Google results with strong positive results. Have legitimate social media accounts and post quality content that supports the type of reputation you want online. Get featured in articles on authentic news sites or quality blogs.
     
  6. lbhbochc

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    One, that's not negative SEO.

    Two, you need to own your brand/entity. Have you claimed all your extensions? .com, .co, .us, .xyz etc?

    What about other blogging sites? Medium.com, Wattpad, Blogspot?

    Three, have you responded to any of the reviews?
     
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    backlinks from authoritative website
     
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    Other websites in your niche. Even a couple of web 2.0. Anything really, you just need to outrank the bad pages.
     
  9. MMJason

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    That is actually not a bad idea. Claiming a lot of extensions with my brand name in it, they will rank higher than any other domain that is just WRITING about my brand..since it contains the main keyword in it, right?
    I tried Medium, it ranked okay, it's like rank 5 or something and the few pages before that are not even related to my keyword so I don't know why that is. Blogspot isn't even ranked. I don't know why.
    I am looking for platforms to publish reviews and articles on it that get ranked quickly!

    I tried dude. Web 2.0's won't rank. I created youtube accounts with videos and text on it about my brand. I did the same with facebook fan pages. They aren't even ranked, I just have no clue WHY
     
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    Reach out to other bloggers to write about you, build links to the pages you want to rank. It's an expensive and tedious thing to do, but that's the cost you have to pay to burry someone else's comments.
     
  11. lbhbochc

    lbhbochc Power Member

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    Web 2.0s and YouTube accounts, playlists, and videos do rank. How are you doing the Web 2.0s? They need to look like actual sites. So a homepage, about us page, contact us page, privacy policy, and 3-4 750+ word articles

    Same with YouTube. Create your account, buy a couple hundred subs so you get your custom URL, create playlists with your name/name + other keyword, then create videos with your name in the title and buy a few thousand views each for them. Make sure your account, playlist, and video descriptions are all filled out.

    For both the Web 2.0s and YouTube properties, you can shoot tons of contextual GSA links to them and they'll rank.
     
  12. MMJason

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    Look the thing is I want to rank for a brand name that has literraly close to zero competition and I still am having trouble to get my web 2.0 properties ranked.
    It shouldn't be that hard to rank for a brand name that has almost zero searches and competitors ..I just cannot wrap my head around the idea to buy bunch of backlinks and subs to a friggin youtube channel just to get it ranked

    Btw I got it ranked but it seems to bounce. Sometimes it is being shown, sometimes not. Idk what the fuck google si doing, it is really starting to annoy me.

    Name a few web 2.0s that I should try and I will try and report back. I trried fb fanpages but they are not even ranked at all
     
  13. lbhbochc

    lbhbochc Power Member

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    Nobody here is going to spoon feed you dude. You want to push down negative results, here's how you do it. This is the starting point I use for all of my rep management clients.
     
  14. MMJason

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    Dude it's not really that much to ask, I am not asking for spoon feeding for a hard ranking keyword. My issue is something fundamental, like I am having an issue looking to get it solved.
    My keyword, as said, is a brand name that I came up with. There is NO ONE using that name, so it really shouldn't be hard to rank for it.

    I am describing an issue here- why aren't my web 2.0's ranking even tho the keyword is super easy to rank?

    that's all I'm asking.
     
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    If you were searching up a business contact, would you be more likely to click on their YouTube page or a juicy negative review? It doesn't matter if there aren't many people searching for you. Those negative results are powerful competition.
     
  16. MMJason

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    What you are saying doesn't make any sense whatsoever and you are talking about a completely different issue.

    Imagine having a keyword with the name "Zazababananalala" - no one is searching that kind of stuff. I want to rank for that word, using facebook fan pages, blogspot blogs, wordpress blogs. The competition CANNOT be high if there is no one ranking there besides for maybe one person.

    Why aren't my web 2.0 properties ranking?