Unwanted search results are more prevalent today than ever before. The wall between privacy and public is getting thinner and thinner. What does that mean for you?
It means even a tweet can be indexed as its own page. A facebook post can have a life of its own and PDFs, legal records, comments et al are all available for happy indexing.
Massive’s focus is and will always be the difficult cases of online reputation management. For those who simply want to resolve annoying, embarrassing or job-threatening online reputation problems, there are many social and blogging platforms available to quickly resolve online reputation.
Updated 06 January 2016
TIP #1: Work out what industry topics suit you. For example, someone interested in websites, internet, blogging etc, should search for large websites which allow for users to sign up, create a profile and build that profile. You can also setup profiles on most of the popular news websites.
TIP #2: Keep your profiles active. If you don’t see much results it is because Google or other search engines view these as low quality links. The real value to search engines comes in when they see regular updates or interaction. If you are determined, then you can push down most unwanted links to page 2 minimally.
As an avid Googler of yourself or your company, you may have come across Google’s display of images relating to you. For those who are wondering how to change those embarrassing, irrelevant or outright shocking images, here are some tips:
The above four steps should get you well on your way to making the adjustments you want with online reputation management for images.