06/02/2011 // Augusta, GA, USA // maximusbiz // Remove Slander.com
New Orleans (WiredPRNews.com) Image Max PR announced that they have lowered the price of their mug shot removal service to $399 in order to help unemployed job seekers. Image Max PR offers the only service that will delete old mug shots from Florida Arrest.org and LookWhoGotBusted.com.
Remove Look Who Got Busted and Florida Arrest.
Florida Arrest.org is a website that is routinely undated with recent and past arrest photos of people arrested in the State of Florida. The site has added arrest dating as far back as 2004, and actively tracks all arrest made in the State of Florida. Florida Arrest.org also features a searchable database which allows visitors to scroll through thousands of booking photos.
Image Max PR specializes in Online Brand Protection with a very high success rate of removing mug shot pictures from sites like www.Florida.Arrest.org and www.GotchaMugsots.org. Their approach and goal is to have all content and photos associated with their client’s removed from Florida Arrest and Look Who Got Busted within 48 hours. Image Max PR offers a money back guarantee which states that if they have been unsuccessful in removing the mug shot located on Florida Arrest within 5 days then they will offer a 100% refund.
Image Max PR will also remove the Florida Arrest.org link from the first page of Google thus ending the humiliating ordeal completely. Tyronne Jacques the author of How To Fight Google and Win says once a mug shot has been index by Google it is there permanently unless it is forcibly removed.
“Many people are under the impression that negative content like articles and mug shots will simply delete themselves, that’s very far from reality. The fact of the matter is unless you’re actively defending your online reputation against embarrassing attacks; your mug shot photo will continue to hunt your search results.”
Tyronne Jacques went on to say that paying only $399 to remove a mug shot is a true value when alternative is the cost is of humiliation.
For years Google AdSense has been the driving force behind millions of affiliate marketing websites all trying to get paid from Google ad placements, and the mug shot sites are no exception. Mug shot sites are often paid on the number of clicks or the number total impressions, meaning how many times the page containing the ad was opened. The incentive is to post the booking photo of the arrested person on the mug shot site as quickly as possible and then wait for them to open the page.
Phillip Lee a spokesperson for Remove Slander.com says that they have even traced on one the mug shot sites directly back to Google’s main office, which clearly appears to be an unethical conflict of interest.
“We conducted an IP search on a site called JailBase.com and discovered that it traces back to Google. We are not sure if Google is testing the profitability of mug shots sites as the reason for why this particular site is registered to their internal servers, but the one thing that is for certain is Google has some form of connection to the Jailbase.com.”
Look Who Got Busted is currently posting mug shot photos in the following cities. Phoenix, AZ (Maricopa County Jail), Redding, CA (Shasta County Jail), Pueblo CO (Pueblo County Jail), Daytona Beach, FL (Volusia County Jail), Fort Lauderdale, FL (Broward County Jail), Fort Myers, FL (Lee County Jail), Orlando, FL (Orange County Jail), St. Petersburg, FL (Pinellas County Jail), Tallahassee, FL (Leon County Jail), Tampa, FL (Hillsborough County Jail), Clay County, FL (Clay County Jail), Augusta, GA (Richmond County Jail), Columbia County, GA (Columbia County Jail), Savannah, GA (Chatham County Jail),
(LookWhoGotBusted continued) Whitfield County, GA (Whitfield County Jail), Boise, ID (Ada County Jail), Des Moines, IA (Polk County Jail), Kansas City, KS (Wyandotte County Jail), Muskegon, MI (Muskegon County Jail), Charlotte, NC (Mecklenburg County Jail), Concord, NC (Cabarrus County Jail), Greensboro, NC (Guilford County Jail), Winston-Salem, NC (Forsythe County Jail), Union County, NC (Union County Jail), Santa Fe, NM (Santa Fe County Jail), Greensburg, PA (Westmoreland County Jail), Tulsa, OK (Tulsa County Jail), Portland, OR (Multnomah County Jail), Myrtle Beach, SC (Horry County Jail), Fort Worth, TX (Tarrant County Jail), Galveston, TX (Galveston County Jail), Salt Lake City, UT (Salt Lake County Jail), Blacksburg, VA (Montgomery County Jail), Franklin County, VA (Franklin County Jail), Salem, VA (Roanoke County Jail).
Image Max PR is the leading online brand protection firm in their field, and has provided hundreds for corporate and consumers clients with top tier reputation management. Image Max PR primary focus is to control the search result of their clients by removing negative information from sites like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. The firms not only provide top notch public relation services, but also monitor the reputation of their clients in an attempt to prevent future attacks.
Tyronne Jacques is the author of the Top Selling Reputation Management book on Amazon.com and Amazon.UK. How To Fight Google and Win is comprised of 302 pages of online reputation management strategies. Jacques provides corporate training on how to defend a brand against defamatory attacks and internet slander. In 2012 he will host the first National Conference of Reputation Management firms in New Orleans, and Miami.
Image Max PR has a flat rate of only $399 to have a mug shot deleted from Florida Arrest, with no additional reoccurring charges or fees. The service comes with a warrantee that covers the deletion of the mug shot and the content associated with the Florida Arrest link.
For more information, visit Image Max PR website http://www.imagemaxpr.com/LookWhoGotBusted.html
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