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Some internet posts are very old, perhaps they were first published on the internet 10-15 years ago. So why should you be bothered with the presence of historic postings on the internet, postings which you are told no one is likely to see anyway?

The answer is simple. Internet content is being recycled all the time.

People who run websites, the sole purpose of which is to display advertising, are very often too lazy to create their own original new content. So instead, they find old content on the internet and then use it to drive traffic to their own websites.

As their website becomes content rich, it attracts more traffic, which means that the historic postings about you or your business now start to be viewed by more and more web users and this in turn, increases the prominence of the negative historic posts.

SO WHAT if you could have your own full report which reveals all current and historic internet postings about you or about your company, going back up to 35 years and showing you everything which has ever been written in the past and everything that is currently published on the internet?

I know you would probably want one of these reports yourself because this information is like GOLD DUST and people in business can easily identify GOLD when they see it.

So we have developed the Under the Radar™ Reputation Report, to give you detailed research information on internet posts which are up to 35 years old!  The Report is even divided into different geographic areas to allow you to see what results people find about you from different locations in the country!

Here is where you can discover more and order your own, personal  Under the Radar™  Reputation Report.

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