After 9+ years you would think this site would have tons of content. I’m kind of embarrassed that it doesn’t. Without all of the sub-pages, our status and placements in search results are hurt. When this domain was first started it had about a 10+ hand-coded page site map (now I prefer to use WordPress). You could find a large aggregate of tips and tricks about advanced search engine usage and the such here. Even though I ranked well in search engines, I found the same such information at many other sites elsewhere on line so I stripped the junk away and got rid of it all. Originality is important to stand alone in a world flooded with content.Long ago I went through a phase where I ran a search engine (clone) here. It took a lot of work to get included in the many types of different browsers. This was the heyday of Ungoogle.org. I had more daily traffic then than at any time before or even since then. It was also the happiest I have ever been with this domain. Having concern for a particular multi-million dollar corporation’s ability to squash my ass, I transitioned away from searches and decided to focus on preservation of character as it seems to forever live on line, both the good and the bad, and how it pertains to how the world sees you..
This site is a pet side project of mine – one of many. Now I am focused on many other sites listed below instead of mainly this one. Never do I focus on money. I’m invested into this really lightly for the long run, and I’m currently not tired enough to give up. Someday though, this may change. I’m just waiting on the time I find some true work preserving on line reputations. I’ve helped people around the world from high ranking U.S. government officials concerned about security, down to the regular joes such as school principals with recent DWI’s showing up. With the billions of web pages not being centralized in any one place and ran by just as many people, derogatory information can be broadcast about you without regulation and getting it altered or removed can near be impossible for the inexperienced; not to mention fully frustrating for everyone.
In the past I have learned how to communicate with website masters to get the relief needed from the harmful, old, outdated, or just plain mean posts can cause your reputation. I would like the chance to help you remove that old criminal charge or description of the time you ran down town drunk and naked that comes up when someone Googles your name. You’re probably here because you may have already suffered from the pain that kind of stuff causes. Without protecting your right to be forgotten, it may hinder your ability to gain future employment, end your current job prematurely, or prevent you from getting that special something/one you want. I proudly am letting you know, you are not alone. I am here for you.
If you have a need to get some help removing any unwanted information about you posted on line or wish to touch base with me about this site:
If you came here by mistake and were looking for a search engine, click its’ name – they’re linked. Please accept our apologies for any possible confusion our name might have caused. The terms “ungoogle” or “gxxgle” relate to no specific company. After much labor on my part over several years time, they became verbs; both meaning to get removed from online indexes. It is a lot related to the E.U.’s court decision about the right to control your online persona, however Ungoogle.Org began advocacy years in advance of that ruling. Ungoogle.Org is not affiliated with the owners of the registered and respected trademarks Bing® (or) Google®.
It also is not in an information indexing like business, nor is it a direct or indirect competitor to their industries. I don’t give a shit who you search with, however I believe in your right to fair choice and your right to remove damaging information broadcast about you online by anyone.