Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Google launches search removal requests

Waseem Saddique Marketing Services in Birmingham reveal Google’s recently launched Search Removal Requests.

Following the European Union court ruling, Google has now launched a new form to allow people to submit removal requests to its search engine.

The form launched last Friday and reportedly spurred over 12,000 requests. Users whom are part of the 28 European Union countries, as well as four additional non-EU countries can submit removal requests to remove their name/ company name from Google searches.

Google requires that those who submit the requests include a valid form of photo ID, the full name of the person you are requesting on behalf of, your relationship to the person and a contact email address in order for the request to be submitted successfully.

An SEO Analyst from Waseem Saddique Marketing Services in Birmingham has said “This is a great opportunity for those whose brands are being affected by out-dated news and defamation.”

For each URL included in your removal request form, you are asked to explain your reasons.

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