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Published on Apr 13, 2016
This Google Autocomplete video teaches you what crowd source sites are and why they rarely work to fix negative suggestions in Google. My theory is all crowd source sites leave a footprint that is easily detected and therefore searches by people on those sites do not count. When searches don't count, your autocomplete suggestions will not change.
IMPORTANT: Before you hire any reputation management firm to fix your Google Autocomplete problem, I strongly recommend you ask them point blank: "How are you going to create search activity?" I can tell you from experience that most campaigns that create search activity using computerized bots, proxies/IP switching, or crowd source sites will fail.
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