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When it comes to dealing with ORM, everyone always has questions; usually very good ones -- we have answers. That's why we've created a list of the most common things people ask about and made it available here. So you may be surprised you might find out what you're looking for without having to go very far. Feel free to browse below. These are just a small number of the ways we can help at HopLite when ORM problems strike.

What Are the Most Common Types of Damaging Search Results (for Individuals)?

Not all articles damaging the online search results of individuals are about crimes though however. The case that launched the “Right to Be Forgotten” in Europe was brought by a man who had “complained that an auction notice of his repossessed home on Google's search results infringed his privacy.” So, in much more limited cases, financial information can also end up on Google, and be quite damaging.

We also sometimes get calls about things posted on social media that are harming someone’s reputation on Google. This can happen, but we always tell folks that as long as it’s part of one of their OWN social media profiles (on any different site they happen to be on), then they themselves can delete the offending content, and it should go away on its own. If they do NOT control the social media content, that is, another person posted unflattering information about them on a social media profile, then they would need to call us for help right away.

However, though these are the most common types of problems individuals may face with Online Reputation Management, many different problems of all kinds arise in real life, and here at HopLite, we know how to deal with them. If you have any question, of any kind, about a problem with your internet search results, don’t wait -- call HopLite Online Reputation Management right away. Find out how we can fix your internet reputation, so you never have to worry about it again.

Source(s): http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-27388289

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