Protect your #1 Asset – Your Business Reputation!

 

We offer complete and comprehensive campaigns that provide our business clients with unique, proprietary methods and individualized internet content removal solutions, to delete and/or de-index their negative content links.

At the start of any campaign we will analyze all sources of negative and unwanted content, and will remove all items.

We bring results to even the most difficult cases. For those items we cannot delete, we work with Google, Bing and Yahoo to de-index the link removing it from search results, rendering a link unsearchable with perpetual results.

Building a good reputation online should be a priority for any businesses today. First impressions are always important, don’t let one bad comment tarnish yours. It’s your business and reputation on the line, be proactive, and protect it.

We have successfully deleted or de-indexed negative content from virtually all over the internet. We bring results to the most difficult cases. Our negative content removals are more than 91% successful.

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A quick consultation and free analysis on your situation can typically be completed in less than 15 minutes.

What is the Value of Your Business Reputation?

 

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Accordingly, a 2013 Deloitte survey of 300 executives revealed thatgoogle-yahoo-bing-image reputation is the top strategic risk for large businesses, overall and in most individual sectors. If a company is perceived as having a weak reputation, only 16% of consumers say that they would definitely buy its products or services. For companies with average reputations, that number grows to 41%. However, if a company has an excellent reputation, fully 64% of consumers said they would definitely buy. The value of a good reputation is clear.

Who you are on the internet is largely a function of who search engines like Google say you are. According to media consultant BIA/Kelsey, small- and medium-sized businesses spent about $1.6 billion in 2012 managing their online reputations in various ways. That figure is expected to reach more than $2.9 billion in 2017.
78% of U.S. adults believe it is very important to look up information about people and/or businesses online before deciding to interact or do business with them. Harris Interactive
A business reputation is the emotional connection between people and companies. A reputation can be measured by the level of trust, admiration, respect and good feeling experienced by the public. Companies with strong reputations have this emotional connection.

Negative publicity online has become one of the most frustrating challenges for companies. It is typically anonymous; names are often unattached to forum threads, blog posts, and even entire websites. Moreover, the growing popularity of social networking platforms has made it easier than ever for anyone with a mild grievance to give weight to their grudge. It is far too easy for unsatisfied customers, resentful employees, incorrectly assessed due diligence journalists, and/or malicious competitors to tarnish your name or brand.

Negative press can spread rapidly as people attach the press to their own blogs, sites, forums, and social media accounts. That creates a growing portfolio of links pointing toward the damaging press, cementing its position in the top listings. The negative press becomes more difficult to address and leads to a public relations nightmare.

Having only positive relevant information displayed is crucial for any online business. Companies now know that decision makers depend on online searches before entering into new business relationships. By the same token, it is equally important for individuals to have their best image displayed during an online search, improving their professional presentation and, thus, giving them a higher probability of securing potential business opportunities.

If bad press is connected with you or your business, it will deter clients from seeking your services. TRG protects our clients from negative press while simultaneously enhancing internet profiles with positive content that accurately reflect the true identity of the company or business.

It is up to you to take charge of your online reputation. You have the right to highlight your success and remove harmful slander that would impede your ability to obtain new business and increase your earning potential.

Consumer review websites – It’s not just managing your brand. It’s protecting your name.

 

We offer complete and comprehensive campaigns that provide our business clients with unique, proprietary methods and individualized internet content removal solutions to delete and/or de-index their negative content links.

At the start of any campaign we will analyze all sources of negative and unwanted content and will remove all items.

consumer-trust-online-reviewsWe bring results to even the most difficult cases. For those items we cannot delete, we work with Google, Bing and Yahoo to de-index the link removing it from search results, rendering a link unsearchable with perpetual results.

Building a good reputation online should be a priority for any businesses today. First impressions are always important, don’t let one bad comment tarnish yours. It’s your business and reputation on the line, be proactive, and protect it.

A quick consultation and free analysis on your situation can typically be completed in less than 15 minutes.

 

 

What is the Value of Your Business Reputation?

In an era of unprecedented internet fraud, dozens of consumer advocacy websites have been founded with the intention of keeping consumers informed by helping them share their feedback about past business experiences with others. Although these sites typically offer valuable insight about the trustworthiness of online companies, the competitive nature of eCommerce sometimes causes unscrupulous individuals to take advantage of consumer advocacy websites by slandering upstanding businesses with false scam reports. Online slander of businesses and individuals has become a serious problem with consumer advocacy and other third party websites.

It doesn’t matter whether you are a doctor, surgeon, dentist, attorney, financial advisor, corporate executive, celebrity, athlete, or small business owner, client experience through social media networking sends a powerful message to the public. All it takes is one negative review or slanderous Facebook post for a viral communication to wreak havoc on your occupational profession. There is always going to be someone with unrealistic expectations or a dissatisfied client due to unforeseeable circumstances.

Online review/complaint sites such as Yelp.com, Healthgrades.com, RipOffReport.com and many other social media sites have become forums for the unethical propaganda of competing practices or anonymous attacks from a disgruntled employee, ex-spouse or anyone with an axe to grind.  The posting of negative reviews and false commentary have brought many people severe financial hardships. The cost of a damaged online reputation cannot only make a practice and/or business vulnerable, but it can also interfere with the ability to team up with others in the industry.

If a bad review is connected with your profession, it will deter clients from seeking your business. TRG protects our clients from negative reviews while simultaneously enhancing internet profiles with positive content that accurately reflect the true identity of the company or business.

It is up to you to take charge of your online reputation. You have the right to highlight your success and remove harmful slander that would impede your ability to obtain new business and increase your earning potential.

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Your Consumer Review Reputation

“78% of U.S. adults believe it is very important to look up info about people and/or businesses online before deciding to interact or do business with them.” Harris Interactive

According to Google, 70% of Americans consult reviews and ratings before purchasing. Negative reviews can have a major impact on sales; for some companies it can costs hundreds of thousands, or millions of dollars. The way reviews are currently set up on the internet, and the huge impact they can have is quite unfair to businesses and individuals. 99% of your customers likely have positive experiences, but statistically speaking they are unlikely to post reviews. A few (possibly unreasonable) clients post damaging content and it makes your reputation appear far worse than it is.

According to a Harvard Business School Study on Reviews, Reputation, and Revenue: A one-star rating leads to a 5% to 9% increase in revenues for a business, which shows what they find online can now affect your bottom line. This profound truth has created a massive paradigm shift.

Another recent study by Harvard Business School found that up to 20% of Yelp reviews are fabricated (Yelp officials claim they successfully fight these fake reviews and that 25% of reviews submitted to Yelp are not published on a business’ listing). Writing fake comments and reviews is known as “astroturfing” and is a violation of just about any site’s terms of service. In some cases it is also an offense that is subject to fines. In September 2013, New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman named 19 companies participating in astroturfing. The companies were ordered to pay fines of up to $100,000 apiece.

The impact of posting false reviews can be devastating as an increasing number of web surfers rely upon and accept without question the accuracy of this information. A 2013 survey by BrightLocal, for example, found that about 85% of surveyed consumers reported they relied on online reviews, with 73% adding that positive reviews increased their trust in local businesses. In that same year, a report in The Guardian found that “reading three negative reviews is enough to change the mind of 63% of consumers about making a purchase.”

High ratings lead to high revenues. One negative online business review can damage your reputation, and anyone can post anything online at any time. Whether the review is true or false, a bad business review gives a potential client pause. A damaged business reputation translates to potential clients choosing your competitor. In the digital era, your online business reputation is your reputation

 

Why is this Legal?

A big misconception about internet privacy and slander is that Google is responsible for all the information found online. Google is just a source for locating information; each and every website is owned by a company or private individual. Some websites such as YouTube, Blogger, Google+ and several others are Google-owned web properties, but these sites are user-interactive, meaning individuals are responsible for the content placed on these platforms.

In the United States, proper law does not make internet content providers (online services, social networking sites, etc.) responsible for the postings of their individual users. Many laws such as the CDA Act and The First Amendment protect people who write on the internet and have been upheld against numerous internet slander cases. For example, if a company creates a website and a visitor comes onto the website and writes something, the courts will not hold the website owner responsible for the content that was published on their website. The website owner will claim it is a public forum and anyone can post anything on a public forum. However, restrictions are permitted when necessary to protect the reputation or rights of others.

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