The Situation (Holy Sh*t) I run a website that has a product review section. Recently a Fortune 100 company in my general niche released a product into the sub-niche of my product review section. This was its first attempt to enter into the sub-niche that my website is in, and this sub-niche is a product that could disrupt their entire industry. So their launch of this product was a big deal. Well when I heard that it was being rolled out, I bought one and reviewed it quickly. It sucked, but I wrote down all the reasons it did and wrote a concise review. I gave it 1.7 stars and enabled rich snippets. I start seeing more traffic enteringon that page, and yesterday I look....It's ranking #2 just below the product website. It has the 1.7 stars glowing brilliantly as the only image on the page, drawing the searcher's eyes down to a meta description that says "Just another generic product, wouldn't recommend" among other things I'm getting 300 visitors a day to that page from google, which means impressions must be off the charts. This has to be considered a significant impact on their public image and their product success? My site is totally white hat, it's an authority in the niche, and it's well-done, so that makes it even better. My Options 1. Ask them directly for a large amount of money to reassess their product (this is extortion I'm pretty sure) 2. Put a form on the site that says "Vendors, Want Us to Reassess Your Product?" form just on that page and then when/if they respond just pull a Ripoff Report on them and say that we charge a large fee due to blah blah blah (pretty sure this is also extortion) 3. Work hard to pivot that traffic to the products that I get the highest conversion rate on. (This is legal but I have been threatened by a company for it before. This time I actually reviewed the product and gave honest opinion with video, so they can't touch me) What Do You Think?? So what do you think BHW? Should I go for it and ask them for money to reassess (risking the wrath of a Fortune 100 company turned on me), or should I just settle for the nice extra semi-targeted traffic and enjoy knowing that I'm messing with a company that I don't like? What do you think? Just looking for ideas, I would obviously consult my lawyer before doing anything but I just wanted to get the community opinion.