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I recently got a site review on my new site wedding designs, now when i type in "wedding designs" to google i dont come up but "ozzu website review: wedding - designs" does.

On this post people can see that i everything that i have discussed about my site including -

Hope it makes me loads of money
I have said that wedding-designs is a company, but its just me doing it. I thought that sounded more professional...

Is there anyway that i can prevent my site review getting into google, or would it be possible for me to remove my site review?

I am worried that people will read the review and get put of thinking that i am an amature etc. I know i would if it was me.

Now i am worried that this will come up in the results as well :(
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you could always edit the original post.
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thats what I did with my site review - I didn't have permission from the owners of the site to put it up for review, and didn't really want them searching on google and finding it here (ozzu had top spot for obvious reasons).

I removed all of the keywords from the review and it has pretty much worked. The actual site itself has not appeared on google yet :roll: but at least "ozzu webmaster forum" doesn't anymore :D
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Ok thanks for your advice. I have added dots (.) and underscores (_) so keywords now look like we.d.ding_desi.gns.

Will this make a difference??
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just go through and put <removed> in place of all the keywords. Also make sure you do it all your posts, not just the original.
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Okay well as far as your topic being:

SITE REVIEW: <removed>

That will not be acceptable here unfortunately. It either has to be the domain name or a site name as the website review rules specify.

As far as your domain URL being removed from your post that is fine, but since people can no longer accurately give you anymore reviews (since they cannot find your website), the thread is now locked. This should solve your problem though as nobody will be able to trace it back to your website for people who type this in google. You can also edit out your domain name if you wish in this thread.

If you are still not satsified with this, please PM me.

This is more for comments/suggestions so I am moving it there.
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:oops: sorry for the bad advice I gave BWM :oops:
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erm I had this problem with "Pamper Events" and I changed the Subjuect title to "Web design comments only". Think I broke the rules but I got away with it 8)
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We understand :-P

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