Every so often every business receives some undesired press. It is, as they say, “the nature of the beast.” Hopefully it'll appear in a medium like a newspaper that will eventually disappear the following week. When the bad press is in the form of a Rip Off Report that appears on the first page of Google for every keyword that someone might type in relating to your business, the results can be devastating.
Even worse yet, is if you reply to the complaint on Rip Off Report. At that point Google thinks the particular page has additional new, rich content, and will even bump up the ranking. You contact the customer as ask they remove the Rip Off Report. You may even reimburse them in exchange for doing so. Unfortunately, you learn that bad press CANNOT be removed once it's online and cached.
Our Rip Off Report Removal Process Defined
Rip off report removal Strategy
As part of our RIP OFF REPORT REMOVAL process, our team of SEO specialists will focus on researching your website as well as the websites on the top five ranked pages on Google. We will target our Rip Off Report efforts to reducing the relevancy Google crawlers attribute to your Rip Off Reports and other complaint forums and/or blogs. We will focus on optimizing these other websites organically by identifying keywords used to locate them to increase their ranking in Google, which will in turn remove the Rip Off Report from the first page, second, and eventually third. We will also research keywords and apply inbound links to ensure that your site remains as the top listing in the Google.
Our Rip Off Report removal team also promises only to use the more ethical “whitehat” Rip Off Report removal techniques; versus the less ethical “blackhat” techniques like building spammer sites and posting on Craigslist and link farms, which may only temporarily move an undesired result down. Our Rip Off Report removal campaign uses the methods that Google looks for and while blackhat techniques sometimes deliver temporary results, crawlers always recognize these tactics and penalize websites severely with much lower rankings for these practices.
Our White-Hat tactics for Removing Rip Off Reports:
A rudimentary first step; by distributing press releases to several internet press release and news sites that have been keyword optimized we will create additional pages to buffer between your site and a negative result. Good press releases can also lead to other media coverage which will lead to further sites about you appearing in the higher ranking pages of Google. Additionally, by optimizing your press release into the top ranking of Google and posting it to various other press release websites, the result will be an interlinking strategy that will reciprocally benefit all sites involved. If press releases themselves aren't optimized, you run the risk of the releases being buried and those negative results eventually returning to the first page of a search engine just as quickly as when they first ranked there. In fact, SEO applied to your press releases is one of the most crucial steps in the Rip Off Report removal process.
Creating Blogs, Forums and Blogging/Posting
Blogs and forums will also create a platform to reference other sites and increase their ranking above those pesky negative results. Unlike press releases, which may only last while SEO press release companies like PRWEB have them listed on their first pages, blogs and forums are a way to create an indelible image on the face of the web. Think about blogs you may have visited recently. You may not even be aware that the site you visited was a blog or forum. A great example is Yahoo! Answers.
These are by no means “micro-sites” as many of our competitors would end up building. Like blogs, micro or dummy websites are another permanent solution to acquiring “real-estate” on the first page of Google. These will be the additional Major sites that your press releases and blogs point to. In addition to your own main site, these sites will be built from scratch and optimized to directly offer more leverage against those Rip Off Reports while interlinking them to the press releases, blogs, and forums we created and vice-versa.
We don't forget about social media optimization, just in case it has an effect. By identifying industry specific social networking sites like Digg, Delicious, Technorati, Stumbleupon, Redditt, etc. we will directly drive traffic to the micro sites we build out.
Backlinks with Anchor Text
By backlinking relevant and high ranking sites we will cause Google's crawlers to assign a higher ranking to these targeted sites while reducing the relevancy to those Rip Off Reports and thereby lower their rankings further. We will use these keywords as hyperlinks to various high relevancy websites, blogs, discussion boards and forums to initiate your reciprocal interlinking strategy.
Did you know that ripoffreport.com charges $25,000 to remove a rip off report?
Why is it so difficult to remove a Rip Off Report in the first place?
Removing a rip off report can be tricky because of the fact that the Rip Off Report encourages users to optimize their reports by forcing them to enter tags and keywords into the reports and then places that text as meta tags and title tags. (See image below). In this case, the Rip Off Report will most probably come up for the keywords, Dell Small Business, Rowell Tangco, and Dell Small Business Warranty. (The last is an example of what Google's new Universal search algorithm is capable of).
For more on reverse SEO see our Reverse SEO section.
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