Are you the CEO of a company and you received a bad review that could damage your company’s reputation? When you search your name on Google, do you find content that you do not like or do not want others to see? Fortunately, there is a great solution that helps hide negative content that appears on Google and everywhere else on the Internet – and the solution is called reputation management.
We have developed a unique, one-of-a-kind method that allowed individuals and businesses to clear the bad name created for them due to negative content on Google, social networking sites or anywhere else on the Internet.
So is it possible to remove negative results from Google? Yes and no. The answer isn’t simple. Let’s dive a little deeper into this complex question. As a principle, content cannot be simply removed from Google unless the page where the citation appeared no longer exists, or in rare cases when there is a legal justification for removal such as copyright infringement. If you believe that the content should be removed on the grounds of the law, you must submit documents to Google that contain with clear evidence from the court and a letter from a lawyer. In other cases, when it comes to a negative citations on other popular websites, removal requests can be made to the site’s administrators. However, these requests are very rarely acknowledged. Fortunately, various techniques can be used to help hide these negative mentions so that people will not see them.