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Google may remove content from its search results under certain circumstances. If you would like to know how to remove negative content from Google search results, please refer to Google's Terms of Use.
Google will only remove content from its search results if you prove a copyright infringement or DMCA removal. In cases where negative content is not removed with a Google removal request, your best option is to push the content down. This in turn can help to remove negative search results by eliminating them from the first page of the results and replacing them with new content.
Implementing strategies such as de-editing, optimizing existing content and promoting positive content can help to hide negative search engine results. A common misconception about pushing negative content is that it's easy and quick.
To suppress negative search results, it is important not only to create relevant web properties and fill them with great content, but also to use search engine optimization. Although most reputation problems can be eliminated, reputation management strategies focused on suppression (suppression of bad search results) can be an effective step. If this is possible online content can normally be suppressed or deleted.
Whether you are trying to control your advertising messages, your sales team or the public perception of your business, the Internet is a huge factor in determining how you are perceived. The freshness of web content is the biggest indicator of the quality of a site and social indicators such as likes on Facebook, tweets and more. We can help control this perception by moving negative content to page 1, where most people will not see it.
Our services concentrate on the process of creating and using positive content. Positive, high-quality content from authoritative sources supports your personal brand. When you search your search results for positive content, use articles, reviews, videos, images and presentations.
There is no right or wrong answer but I think it is a good idea to vary them a little. Some users have stated that the lack of unfiltered options amounts to censorship by Google.
The best way to remove information from Google's search results is to contact the website operator who has published the information themselves. If the owner has removed the information, Google will not find it in search results. If not, it is done themselves or Google will remove certain types of sensitive personal information.
Search result suppression is a tactic to bury negative search results along with positive content. Most people don't read past Google pages and search results, so if you remove negative content from them, you reduce the number of visits they get. Positive content is produced, promoted and surpassed by negative content by suppressing search results.
This step will help Google to recognize that new content and websites are more important than negative search results and ensure that your search results are organic and continue to perform well and rank on the first page of your google results. Strategies for suppressing online reputation are based on shifting what exists to generate positive search results higher in search results to shift and suppress negative search results. In the case of your online reputation on the tubes, if there is too much negative information on Google it is in your best interests to suppress it as much as possible.
The strategy is to ensure that only positive content appears when people are searching for information about him and his crimes. Suppression is a form of search engine optimization (SEO) in which positive content is constructed and updated to remove or suppress negative content on the first page of the results. 
To perform a distance audit, we look at the Google search results index. Next is to identify positive search results that coexist with negative search results (e.g. The Index then reviews complaints, court documents, unfavorable news in the press and irrelevant information.