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Proprietary content development strategy designed to display business or personal information in a prominent easily accessible manor.

CleanSearch™ combines the science of search engine relevance with name association development and networking expertise to eliminate prominent unwanted content from appearing in search engine results.  Get A Quote Here's how our proprietary system works:

Clean Search will attack your issue with urgency and aggression. While other firms are mailing you forms and instructions, Clean Search has already begun to eliminate the listings destroying your name.

Clean Search™ is driven to protect your name, stopping and reversing monetary and strategic losses. We provide our clients with a productive clean atmosphere in which to reside, work and prosper on the world wide web. We solve your issue in the shortest time-frame possible.

CleanSearch™ Reputation Repair ensures a clean search of your name or business on all online search facilities such as Google, Yahoo and BING. CleanSearch will eliminate, obfuscate, remove, or hide from public view any unwanted listings, such as online news articles, consumer advocacy sites, attack sites, arrest records, or random postings. Even .gov, .org and .edu sites are no match for CleanSearch.  Get A Quote

Our strategy is to overwhelm and eliminate negative, defamatory listings that show up when people 'Google' your name, or the name of your business, removing potentially damaging search engine results from public view, regardless of the source or validity of those listings.

All work is confidential, all technicians / employees working on project data sign nondisclosure agreements, your case is 100% secure with Clean Search.  There are many "fly-by-night" operations offering "search engine image protection", even out-right scams.  CleanSearch has been online providing clientele with tangible, life-changing results for five years, and has been in the marketing and internet investigation industry for over a decade.   We have developed a check-list to help you avoid amateurs, failures and scams.  Clean Search has hundreds of successful clientele and remains the internets' premier search engine reputation agent. Get A Quote

Other name-reputation firms simply create listings on free sites like FaceBook, and hope your negative-listings get diluted, however this approach doesn't work permanently and may actually exacerbate the negative listings!  We have a proprietary multi-faceted system which ensures the best possible chance to achieve full success on a permanent basis. 

The proprietary methods CleanSearch has developed create a permanent flexible solution which offers you more options and control for continued success. We never use spamming, spoofing or reckless techniques. All applications and services are guaranteed to be valid, permanent and in compliance with major search engine rules and etiquette.

CleanSearch™ results are rule compliant as accepted by and other major search utilities, giving them stability and longevity.  Clean Search has a proven record of cleaning-up even the most severe instances of negative listings. Get A Quote


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'In The News' is our segment on recent events related to reputation / relevance management.  Recent news reminds us again of the woes of social media.  We always caution our clientele when using social media...


How to Build Your Online Reputation Using Social Media

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Being "Off the Grid" May Damage Your Online Reputation

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Just as every business needs a reputational firewall, every professional person should take control of their online reputation as a key part of their career advancement strategy.



5 Questions With Mark Cuban About Online Privacy

John P. David | Posted 11.17.2014 | Business
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It might seem like a contradiction that an executive and celebrity with a huge public persona would be blazing trails for online privacy, but billionaire Mark Cuban is doing just that.


New Trend: Be Invisible Online

John P. David | Posted 11.11.2014 | Technology
John P. David

Businesses spend years and millions of dollars making it easier for customers to find them online, but an emerging trend suggests they also are seeking ways to be invisible.



Should the U.S. Have Google's 'Right to Be Forgotten' Too?

John P. David | Posted 08.02.2014 | Technology
John P. David

Google recently unveiled a system which enables citizens of the European Union to ask the search engine to remove results from its listings. The move comes in response to a landmark European Union court ruling which gave people there the "right to be forgotten."



Every Business Needs a Reputational Firewall

John P. David | Posted 07.16.2014 | Business
John P. David

In 2006, 60 Minutes aired a story about a famous, yet secretive hedge fund billionaire who was embroiled in a stock-shorting lawsuit. While the story ...



All Reputation Management Tools Are Not Created Equal

John P. David | Posted 06.23.2014 | Business
John P. David

An over-reliance on a familiar tool is a concept made famous by American psychologist Abraham Maslow who in 1966 said: "I suppose it is tempting, if t...


Security Takes the Stage at SXSW: Key Takeaways

Joe Ross | Posted 06.22.2014 | Technology
Joe Ross

I want to share with you my top SXSWi security takeaways, gathered from some interesting and engaging panels and discussions at the festival.



Want to Save Your Company's Online Reputation? Make It Very Easy to Complain

John Rampton | Posted 05.25.2014 | Business
John Rampton

This study also confirms what we already know; people who are dissatisfied are more likely to tell someone else.



Online Image Repair: From 'Do Nothing' to 'Black Ops'

John P. David | Posted 04.08.2014 | Business
John P. David

Restaurants get bad reviews, businesses get slammed for poor customer service, and some people have Internet skeletons which inconveniently appear in search engine results. What does one do if this happens? The spectrum of solutions runs wide from "let it ride" to engaging in black ops activities.



The 3 Crucial Words to Remember When Facing a Reputation Attack

Andy Beal | Posted 04.05.2014 | Books
Andy Beal

It's been over a month since Target announced it had experienced one of the biggest credit card hacks in U.S. history. The fact that over 40 million c...



Digital Reality Meets Jurassic Park

John P. David | Posted 01.23.2014 | Small Business
John P. David

Whether we like it or not, the digital world helps define who we are. It's best to address it now and prevent potential chaos.



The Legal Right to Delete Stupidity

Robert Siciliano | Posted 12.31.2013 | Technology
Robert Siciliano

Anyone who is online and has ever posted something or sent something or liked something has a regret or two. And if you don't have a regret, you're ar...



Is Online Reputation Management Dead?

John Rampton | Posted 12.30.2013 | Small Business
John Rampton

Take control of your reputation online now, and it won't come back to haunt you in the future. Social media is a way of life and is finds its way into all aspects of our lives. You can either decide to proactive control it, or allow it to do the same.



Tips for Creating Smart Online Habits

Joe Ross | Posted 12.18.2013 | Technology
Joe Ross

This past September, CSID had the opportunity to work with Parry Aftab of WiredSafety, Jessica Miller-Merrell of Blogging4Jobs, and Neil Richards, law...



Grab A Glass Of Wine And Google Yourself

April Rudin | Posted 01.23.2014 | Technology
April Rudin

Whether positive or negative, news can go "viral" and be repeated may times over without the "permission" or knowledge of the subject of the story. By not taking hold of your own online reputation, you are allowing others to put information into the "court of public opinion" instead of creating your own story.



I'm Sort of Agreeing With the Air Force on Reputation Management

John P. David | Posted 12.03.2013 | Business
John P. David

Recently, I took a look at the U.S. Air Force's policy toward responding to web postings. The document has been floating around for a while and has been widely cited by online reputation management consultants. I mainly agree with the assessment with a few exceptions.



Before You Share, Ask Yourself "Is This TMI?"

Robert Siciliano | Posted 10.15.2013 | Technology
Robert Siciliano

Social networks and new online services make it easy to share the details of our lives, perhaps too easily. With just a few clicks, posts and messages...




Online Reputation Management Is Finally Being Recognized by Teens

Sue Scheff | Posted 07.28.2013 | Parents
Sue Scheff

Online Reputation Management isn't just for businesses; teens are finally learning their cyber-life can determine their future.



Self-checking Your Online Identity

Robert Siciliano | Posted 06.11.2013 | Technology
Robert Siciliano

As a self-check, you'll want to perform your own background checks to make sure there isn't any erroneous information out there, or to prepare yourself if a potential employer, landlord or school administrator points out something that makes you look bad.

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Clean-Search helps associate what Google deems relevant to your name, thus altering the rendered listings.

We create positive results by broadcasting to the search engines what is more relevant to your name or business today.

What Google and other search engines render as results are determined by relevancy.  We have the skills, knowledge and infrastructure to facilitate a preponderance of positive relevancy in association with your name.  This is how Search Engine's naturally determine what results to display.

If you are attempting to determine just how to create positive search results, you are not alone.  Clean-Search can save you time and money as well as create energy, by managing your name relevancy

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