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    Option 1: Remove the Content Yourself, then De-Index the URL to get the negative link of Google Search Results. If you own the website on which the content you want removed is published, then removing it from Google Search is quite easy. All you need to do is delete the content or webpage from your site.


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    You have to request to negative feedback posting admin to take down the negative post/article.


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    How to Remove Negative Search Results
    1 – The easiest way to get rid of a negative review or comment is to contact the webmaster where negative content is published against your brand and request them to remove that content. You’ll need to tell them how that negative content is hurting your business reputation and provide some evidence as to why these comments or reviews are baseless rumors.

    BUT… if there is a genuine issue in your brand/product, you need to first fix that issue before reaching out to the concerned webmaster. Let them know when you have overcome the issue and request them to replace that content with positive review or remove it.
    Method 1:
    Go to the website and check out the contact us and about us pages to see if there’s any email address.
    If the email address is not publicly available on their site, move on to method 2.
    Method 2:
    Subscribe to their newsletter. When you receive an update form them note that particular email id.
    Method 3:
    Check out their social profiles to find their email address.

    Most people who publish content online have accounts on social media sites like Facebook, Google +, LinkedIn etc. You can check their social media profiles to get their email address.

    For example, here’s the Google+ page of Webbee Inc… You can easily find the email address in the “About” section.
    Method 4:
    *Note: This tool has been transformed into Mailshake (a solution for cold emails), so this method is not working anymore.

    You can also find the concerned person’s email address using the tool contentmarketer.io by Sujan Patel. This tool can help you to extract email addresses from a posts containing Twitter handles. Or, you can simply insert Twitter URL to get email address of the person you wanna contact.

    After signing up at contentmarketer.io, click “Scan a Post” and enter the twitter URL of the concerned company or person.


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    The premise is that you drown out the noise with positive articles, or depending on the type of issue, creating new personas to help with the issue.

    While interlinking is important between the sites and articles that you create, that isn’t always enough and you will often find that you need to do some level of link building. This all depends on the phrase that is leading to the negative pages and how difficult they will be to move.


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    Contact the website owner and ask them directly. For example, you can ask a blogger to remove their post. ...
    Contact Google to remove sites that violate their policies. ...
    Finally, there are cases where negative content may be unlawful, in which case you can take legal action.


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