What is Reverse SEO ?

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  1. seoservicepromo

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    Hi, All

    Please give me some suggestion for Reverse SEO

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    I myself don't know about this so I used the ever trusty Google search and this is what I got:

    Reverse SEO fits seamlessly within the context of your online reputation management (ORM) program. It is the quickest, most effective solution for dealing with bad press that has surfaced on the search engines about you or your company. By pushing negative listings from the front page of Google, Yahoo, and Bing, reverse SEO shields you from the damaging commentary of others.

    Continue reading: http://www.sitepronews.com/archives/2010/apr/30.html
     
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    Searchenginepartner.com defines Reverse SEO as "the act of rendering a search engine's results optimal by decreasing the rank of potentially negative results or bad press" and "the simultaneous optimization of intended results while decreasing or eliminating unintended results". It is also made clear that,"Reverse SEO is not designed to suppress genuine news, which would inevitably be reported; it is designed to fight back against malcontent unscrupulous individuals who are using websites like ripoffreport.com to extort companies and individuals."

    You can find more information at:

    http://www.searchenginepartner.com/First-page-placement/reverse-seo.html
     
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    Reverse SEO sounds very like what has become known as "Reputation Management" - this is where individuals, businesses or websites try to manage their reputation online by ensuring that positive stories about them are near the top of the search engine results and that more negative reports are kept further down the results.
     
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    Hi,
    Reverse SEO is the process of removing (technically de-ranking) websites other than your own from the first pages of Google.
    Reverse SEO has become one of the most effective strategies for minimizing the impact of bad publicity within the search engines’ organic listings. It is an online reputation management (ORM) tool of SEO consultants who manage Online Reputation Management. Too often, companies become targets for negative press online.
    Reverse SEO can be used to suppress negative publicity that targets your company in Google, Yahoo, and Bing. By pushing bad press onto the second, third, and fourth pages of Google, those pages will be prevented from gaining traction or attention.
     
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    his is where individuals, businesses or websites try to manage their reputation online by ensuring that positive stories about them are near the top of the search engine results and that more negative reports are kept further down the results.
     
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    Hi
    Reverse seo is used to push back negative links from SERP.In reverse seo the things are opposite to white hat such as keyword stuffing.in some times dummy website may create for it..
     

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