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Proactively SCRUB/clean up Web (SEO / ORM Digital Marketing) For ex: Searchdomino.techtarget.com (and other dead/mean link areas)

Can an IBM or HCL PM reach out to various pubs on the web where there are a lot of dead, broken or dated links - or even spams or trashing comments on Domino, and request for them to be removed. 

For example, there are ALOT of bad links for Enterprise Integrator for Domino (which even the product name is a poor choice in 2018)- so at least can get rid of these very dated or missing contents so not Web-indexed. 

Maybe the publishers will not remove them all - but some they can - like in techtarget, where it is a frequent publisher still. 

  • Guest
  • Jul 17 2018
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  • Guest commented
    18 Jul, 2018 12:33pm

    Thank u to the guest commenter.  

    (Be great if people used names but comment is still helpful.) 

    In 2018, IT positives in the web or tech - are supremely undermined by the past outdated or negatives, and fixing many of them can be done easily, but the value is 100X+... 

  • Guest commented
    18 Jul, 2018 03:21am

    Why is IBM so resistant to marketing?  One FTE in marketing, over the course or a year, could guide friendly web sites to improve their Domino-related content by removing erroneous information and adding newer features.  Would be the best $100k IBM ever spent.

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    Thomas Hampel commented
    18 Jul, 2018 12:55am

    I guess we wont fix the web.