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Internet Law Solicitor explains how to use blogs to remove internet defamation.

Blogs offer the quickest way to push down bad web pages.  Websites are mostly static whilst blogs are dynamic.  They change continuously and tend to include fresh content and up to date information.  Therefore Google tends to rank blog pages higher on search results and this can be achieved very quickly. For these reasons blogs provide a very handy tool to help you remove defamatory internet pages from public view.  The process is simple.  All you need to do to effectively use blogs to remove bad internet pages is follow this simple guide which covers the 5 most important elements of web page removal.  The 5 elements are:
 
1)      Blog name – give your blog a name which contains the offending search terms or search words for example,” defamation solicitor”.
 
2)      Article title – create one or more blog posts which contain the offending search term eg, “defamation solicitor”.
 
3)      Tags/categories – add to your blog 4 to 5 tags (tags are sometimes called labels) the tags should contain variations of the relevant search term.
 
4)      Content – write out the original content for your blog post.  The content should include the relevant search phrase as well as variations of it.
 
5)      The blog web address (URL) – replace the default web address which would be something like defamationsolicitor.blogspot.com with defamationsolicitors.com or even better with a .co.uk address.
 
The important thing to remember is that throughout this process you should remain focused on the search word that brings up the bad webpages in the first place.
 
Your new blog should appear on the first page of Google search results within a few days and sometimes even sooner.  To find out more about how internet defamation may affect you follow the link or read more on the  Defamation Solicitors blog.

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