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Negative reviews for a non branded company

Discussion in 'Online Reputation Management (ORM)' started by Dakarois, Aug 11, 2016.

  1. Dakarois

    Dakarois Regular Member

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    Hello folks
    @BHopkins
    how hard is it to push down negative reddit results. I might have a possible gig for rep management for a big company (that to my surprise has no branding what so ever). They have 2 names, on one of the name reddit holds position 2-3 and on the other name reddit holds the #1. One of the reddit post ranks for the 2 names. All the reddit posts have no Page Authority, they rank purely on DA and well no branding from the actuall company.
    Money isn't an issue, they're willing to pay to push those results down. Before i get myself into a mess here and undercharge what am I working up against.
     
  2. Regional Warrior

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    So how i help you?
     
  3. BHopkins

    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Reddit is usually pretty straight forward unless the keyword brings up other forums. Certain keywords (automotive and travel especially) tend to bring up more forum content (including Reddit) than other search terms do. If you're not seeing other forums on the first couple pages I would expect it to be pretty straight forward.

    If you see other forums ranking, it could be more difficult.

    I'm happy to take a look at the keyword and give you a quote if you'd like. If you just want feedback, PM me the keyword and I'm happy to share what I would suggest here on the forum without sharing the keyword.