How to push down negative article from the top ten google search results?
I guess the best way is to click "report this article" in the options after the article. Care should be taken however, to see that it is not used as a means of abuse, as "negative" is a relative term.
If the article is reported and marked down, it should attract the attention of the guys at Google who should take appropriate action.
Create enough quality content to outrank the negative article.
By content I mean:
Video - distribute on youtube & other video sites
Articles - syndicate on ezineartcles, hubapges etc,
Blog posts - on wordpress, blogger, etc.
Slides & PDF - distribute on slideshare.net, dosctoc.com
* Bookmark all of the above on reddit, digg, delicious, etc
*Ping all of the above with pingler.com
* Build backlinks to all of them.
Make sure you target the exact same keywords for which the negative article is ranking.
Say your company is XYZ and there is a negative article titled XYZ scam ranking in the search engines;
target the same keyword XYZ scam with articles, blog posts, slides PDF explaining why your company is not a scam, using the methods I descibed above.
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