Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) February 02, 2013
Reputation management companies often provide services that can drown out negative content. By generating articles, videos and photographs and ensuring that all of those new content pieces are attached to appropriate keywords, these companies hope to push down the relevance of negative information, essentially rendering it invisible. There are times, however, when invisibility isn't enough. For those people who want to see damaging articles eliminated, not just buried, a new product from InternetReputation.com could be the answer.
The idea came about in talks with existing customers, says a representative from InternetReputation.com. “These clients wanted clear solutions that would bring about permanent results, and burying data just didn't seem like a strong-enough approach. “
"We've worked with clients who are facing serious attacks that are emotionally damaging," says the company representative. "Lies are being spread, hateful things are being repeated and horrible information is being exposed. We could just place that data on late search result pages, but these people just found it hard to accept that the information was out there at all. They wanted it gone, so they could get on with their lives, and we decided to really look at what could be done about these problems."
Most reputation attacks can come through private websites, such as Yelp, Wikipedia, Blogger and Facebook. Anyone with an Internet connection can tap into these sites, and once there, the person might feel free to make up facts out of whole cloth. Thankfully, there's a loophole that can be of immense help.
"These sites often contain legal language prohibiting people from writing statements that are inflammatory, false or exaggerated," says the company official. "People don't read these terms before they start writing, but they're all available in black and white. When our clients are attacked, we often find that the attacks come on sites that prohibit that type of behavior."
By partnering with prominent lawyers versed in Internet law, InternetReputation.com can identify those comments and remove them. Sometimes, lawyers can follow up with suits to recover damages.
"Few of our clients choose to sue, as most of them are satisfied when the false statements are gone and they don't feel like they need to do any more about the issue," says a company representative. "By offering this solution combined with our reputation management service we are able to effectively attack almost any online problem."
This new product is available now, and interested parties can learn more by visiting http://www.internetreputation.com.