Those who feel their online reputation has been damaged can now find solace in an automated search engine reputation management service – LinkWiper.com.
Kouvola, Finland -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/24/2014 -- LinkWiper is a newly launched automated search engine reputation management service created by Akado Oy on February 17, 2014. The internet marketing company now enables customers to proactively isolate their troublesome keyword and the negative search engine results that appear.
If bad results are appearing from searches, prospects may get turned away. The only way to mitigate this is to remove the entries. LinkWiper works by attempting to outrank the keywords, so negative entries move down the list one-by-one. Over a period of several weeks, they move off the first page altogether.
Since most customers look at the first search engine results page, LinkWiper provides an opportunity to preserve one’s online reputation through a weekly subscription. To get started, one can use the search tool on the service’s home page at no cost. The first 15 results are returned so the user has a fundamental analysis.
Users can mark the first three items to remove. Visitors therefore get an up close and personal look at the service before paying a dime. A detailed summary and FAQ dig deeper into LinkWiper on the website. Business and individual customers can then start managing their online reputation by paying weekly processing fees.
To learn more, visit LinkWiper at http://linkwiper.com/.
LinkWiper is an automated search engine reputation management service launched on February 17. Introduced by Akado Oy, it focuses on keywords that lead to negative results on Google. Its online service consists of a no-cost keyword search tool and a weekly subscription to reduce the rankings of negative results.
Contact person: Ilya Nikitin
Address: Prikaatintie 9, 45100 Kouvola, Finland
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