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Published on Apr 13, 2016
Computerized "bots" run in the background of your computer to simulate natural looking search activity. The problem is - they don't work. Watch the video and see the case studies where I (and my colleagues Nick and Craig) have tried and failed to knock out unwanted suggestions in Google Autocomplete using "bots."
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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