Ways To Present A Court Order To Bing For Content Removal
Submit Court Order to Bing
If you have a court order for a removal of defaming content on Bing’s search results, you can submit this court order to Bing to support your request for the removal of damaging posts and URL’s. A court order will put extra pressure on Bing but unlike Google, Bing is not legally obligated to remove content. In their own words: “we ...
Social media is a great and easy way to push positive content higher in the Google ranking. LinkedIn is one of them and ranks better than most other sites when you search for a name on Google. Of course – a site with your first and last name in the URL would rank better. But this would also take more time and effort to rank ...
You already have a Youtube channel with lots of Youtube video’s? It might be worth optimizing the original video files per our instructions and uploading these to a new channel. Make sure your channel has your important keywords in it.
Although you may have received many views and invested a lot of time in the existing channel; if you optimize the video’s per our instructions (which you can find here), they will likely rank higher in the short term.
Higher Google Ranking: Start your own Change.org Petition
High ranking in a short time
If you are looking for new content to rank high in Google search results to suppress your negatives, publish a change.org petition. Petitions on change.org often get a high ranking, in a short amount of time. But to achieve this it is critical to pay attention to a ...
Google Search Result-Optimization is More Like A Horse Race that Never Ends
Lots of people erroneously think that high ranking in Google is like a ladder, but it is much more like a horse race that goes on forever; Really, it never ends. Each time you look at Google search for a specific query it is simply a snapshot of how the horses are placed at that moment in time, but not necessarily the distance between each horse.
Defamation is the communication of a false statement that harms the reputation of an individual, business, product, group, government, religion, or nation.
Injurious falsehood is a subcategory of defamation, written or oral and applies when substantial economic or commercial interest are involved. Cases of injurious falsehood typically relate to the commercial interest of a company.
As far as the common law is concerned, defamation and injurious falsehood are quite distinct. Primarily, injurious falsehood involves maliciously publicising false statements that ...