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    how to remove negative search results from SERP..?

    Hello friends,

    how to remove negative search results from SERP..?

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    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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    Three Ways to Get Negative Items Off Google Search Results

    1. Use Social Media with SEO in Mind

    2. Create Personal Blogs to Remove Unwanted Search Results with your Name from the First Page Google

    3. Submitting Press Releases

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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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    Hi,

    1 – The easiest way to get rid of a negative review or comment is to contact the webmaster where the negative content is published against your brand and request them to remove that content.
    Simple!
    2 – Submit a Legal Removal Request to Google.
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    Check this website for getting details. Google Refer this first https://www.eebew.com/blog/reputatio...earch-results/
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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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    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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    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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    1. Remove the Content Yourself, then De-Index the URL to get the negative link of Google Search Results
    2. Use Copyright Laws to Remove Negative Content from Google Search
    3. Use the EU Privacy Removal Form to Submit a Personal Information Removal Request

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