Pictoguard Celebrates 100,000 Negative Images Removed from Google

This press release is to inform the reader that Pictoguard is celebrating 100,000 negative images removed from Google on behalf of their clients.

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Programmers & consultant lawyers work together to use the most up-to-date internet practices. This unique collaboration allows for the assimilation & implementation of an ever-evolving framework,including custom proprietary software, web-tools & templates

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 30, 2014

Pictoguard Offers “Google Makeover” as part of their Online Reputation Services

Pictoguard, a reputation management and SEO services company headquartered in New York City, has now successfully removed 100,000 negative images from 250,000 URL’s and over 15,000 websites on behalf of their clients. Images clients wish to remove can range from embarrassing personal images, stolen private sexual images, mugshots, pictures with ex-partners, bad images of businesses and celebrities. Pictoguard, claimed the “image expert,” is a highly skilled team using only the most innovative and progressive take-down procedures that include a combination of consulting lawyers, SEO optimization, and software that is customized by their own expert programmers.

A spokesperson from Pictoguard announced, “The programmers and consultant lawyers work together to use the most up-to-date internet practices. This unique collaboration allows for the assimilation and implementation of an ever-evolving framework, including custom proprietary software, web-tools and templates.”

Protecting Your Brand in a Few Easy Steps

Pictoguard knows that everything is searchable, including not only the positive reviews and comments about a particular brand, but also, the negative. It is this negativity, which may be in the form of comments and posts on blogs, forums and chat rooms, cyber-bullying, and general complaints that hamper the forward development and profits of any company or individual.

Pictoguard takes active and measurable steps toward keeping their client’s brand reputation squeaky clean. The first step is stopping negative imagery or comments from going viral. The “bad seeds” are plucked out as soon as they are encountered, to prevent the spreading of foul or misinformation.

The internet is then continually monitored for the existence of other negative images or comments that may spring to life. This monitoring ensures that the client’s brand will always be seen in a positive light by the internet public.

Generally, it takes 2 to 30 days for an image to be removed, and two weeks to three months for the image to be removed from Google’s cache.

Who Needs An Image Makeover?

Any person or company who has an online presence and who is affected either financially or reputably by Internet searchers will at some point require an image makeover.

Both new fashion models and seasoned supermodels have reasons to get an internet image makeover, as do photographers, actors, musicians, make-up artists, stylists, CEOs, business people, socialites, doctors, designers, writers, sexting teenagers and anyone else who wishes to portray a positive internet presence.

Pictoguard – Impressive Credentials and Qualifications

Pictoguard’s team is committed to creating the best and most positive internet landscape for their client’s reputation. To accomplish this, they can work virtually with clients located anywhere and also are familiar with foreign copyright policies.

About Pictoguard:

Pictoguard is a Reputation Management, Search Engine Optimization and Web Development Services Company based in New York City. They provide their client’s with the most innovative and technologically-advanced reputation techniques for quick and easy positive online reputation management.

For more information please visit: http://www.pictoguard.com.


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