(707) 656-2217 [email protected]

Nuke Slandering Slime Balls!

Part III of Our Reputation Management Series!

The glorious moment so few get to indulge is when you joyfully Nuke Slandering Slime Balls!! It doesn’t matter whether it’s as a result of ToS violations or the enemies poor choice in blogging platforms! Because you’re President Trump today, and you’re going to make a phone call. So pick up… the Red Phone! ūüėą

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter I: Social Platforms

Section A) Facebook
Section B) YouTube
Section C) Twitter

Chapter II: 2.0 Subdomains and Webhosting

Section A) WordPress
Section B) Medium
Section C) Tumblr and Hubpages
Section D) Blogspot
Final note: Google may be the last option, so be relentless!

Introduction

Sept 16, 2018 | Tucson, Arizona

Introduction: How to effectively Nuke Slandering Slime Balls

Nuke The Slime Balls Perjury Definition

Some individuals, such as myself consider the usage of Nuking content a cowards move because I prefer a battle of SEO!

However, as a result of attackers using mugshot extortion, I feel the gloves come off and all manner of diabolical tactic is justified!

Generally speaking, Google’s idealism is for websites to compete against one another based on the quality of their content.
(Unless they’re making Google money, then they can do whatever they want!¬†ūüėā)¬† ¬†

Unfortunately, because Mugshot Extorters operate by mechanisms of laziness, producing new unique content doesn’t fit their agenda!

It is important we understand the concepts and guidelines of Nuking. Not only to destroy our mutual enemies but because our survival and preservation depend upon it! Because you want to be on the offensive end when you Nuke Slandering Slimeballs not the receiving!

Because when Social media giants automate everything including enforcing penalties for policy violations, systematic abuse certainly will occur!

So it’s understandable most don’t witness how badly these companies are exploited until they become victims!

A Big LOL At Alleged Perjury

Nuke The Slime Balls | Two Wrongs Don't Make Me Feel Alright!

So as you can clearly see in the above example, I have shown both sides of the scenario in a DMCA content removal Nuke attack.
(The victim of this attack shown on the right, the attacker shown on the left).

The Youtube Incident

At the beginning of my article, you may have noticed I included the definition of the word Perjury. It is well known Google also owns YouTube. Google chose Merriam Webster as an authority for providing definitions to words visitors seek to define. So maybe I’m in the dark here, however, it was to my understanding that no court systematics operated under the guise of E-mail correspondence.

Because I’m pretty sure everyone who has had to pay a ticket for speeding would have loved to be able to avoid their entire day being wasted going to city court! Wouldn’t it be just ever so splendid?

Furthermore, if Youtube was in charge of court proceedings, only then could someone swear an oath under the penalty of perjury. ūüėāSo that means you can lie or provide bogus documents to their corporation because Youtube isn’t a body of government. You will suffer zero¬†consequences in doing so.

That is precisely why this parasite of society has annoyingly submitted¬†these false¬†DMCA claims. Mr. Jason Watson’s¬†bogus DMCA submission is shown on the right. He certainly knows the law and that I’m within my rights to publicly criticize the ethics of his business.

This doesn’t stop him from filing the claim, however. Because Mr. Watson isn’t using the dispute to legitimately report a copyright violation. Instead, he’s intentionally disrupting my constitutional rights by exploiting the legal formalities of the DMCA process.

Intentional DMCA Abuse

I find his conduct to be childish, pathetic, and annoying. Furthermore, his conduct would only be expected from a childhood tattletale sister, not a grown man with a pair of balls. Had I not understood these DMCA processes, my content quite possibly would have forever been lost!

Regardless of my successful counter methods eventually reinstating my video, abusing the DMCA process has no consequences. Furthermore, our content ends up out of commission for nearly an entire month!

So the message Google conveys to the public is quite clear. Abusing their policies is encouraged according to Google, especially if it sabotages your competitors in your favor. So rather than creating original content that is superior to your rival, just be a P*nk A** b*tch instead! ( Just so you know, this is indeed what sarcasm looks like lol)! 

Conclusion: The gloves come off when Forced to deal with Pu*k A** B**ches Who Squeal. 

So what exactly is the remedy for an enemy conducting themselves in a manner that lacks etiquette? The best way to counter anyone who implements ridiculous is with raw and unrelenting Ruthless!

Social Platforms And 2.0 Blogs

Sept 20, 2018   |   Las Vegas, NV

Chapter I: Social Media Marketing

Nuke Slandering Slime Balls Social Media Platforms

Because there are so many, you could not possibly cover all social media platforms in one or even 10 articles. However, I will cover crucial platforms across the main variations so you’ll grasp analyzing a platform on your own.

Thankfully, it is rare that someone will encounter individuals making fake accounts so long as you don’t entice a reaction.

However, I have seen slander accounts come up for quite a few of my clients as a result of a sour relationship. So it is definitely something I’m including in my¬†Nuke Slandering Slime Balls section of reputation management.

You will encounter a range of dynamics when attempting to restore banned or suspended accounts and nuke existing ones. Because I’ve seen anything from companies delete accounts completely automated, to personally showing the most extreme thresholds of resilience.¬†

FaceBook

Pretty much every single person, their dog, and their grandma is on this platform so you’d think exploiting the platform would be difficult. Furthermore, when it comes to their policy on mugshot extortion they’re as transparent as a 10,000-lumen flashlight.

They have no qualms¬†immediately telling you under any circumstances in their jar/can response to shove it. I’ve hit profile accounts with as much as 100 accounts reporting content containing a mugshot. Because when it comes to profiteering off the mugshot industry, Facebook is about that money!

While I have yet to have a single Facebook business page get disabled, I have been victimized by having personal profiles permabanned. Popular tactics trolls like Jason Watson use is skimming through publically viewable content and reporting it. All of a sudden you’ll be getting chat privileges revoked because of content from 2 years ago!¬†

If an account is hit with enough violations Facebook will eventually ban the account permanently! Because of DMCA policy abusers, Facebook has become reluctant to comply with even legitimate copyright claims.

Preferred Nuking Methods

As¬†a result of Facebook DMCA compliance being deteriorated, it’s no longer effective.

Facebook’s platform is a candid example of a social media service that caters to corporations above people. Which is absurd because they monetize mainly from stealing our data! You’d think they’d be more grateful as a result!

If an account is brand new, you can report it as a fake account and 9 out of 10 times the verification requirement will sink a slanderers battleship in short order.

However, if you’re up against an experienced internet troll, they may be using an aged account. Furthermore, some slime balls go above and beyond, they may be verified with a fraudulent photo I.D.

Furthermore they mass flag content as indecent/nudity. I’ve succeeded in my efforts to DMCA perhaps 1 out of 10 times. So Facebook isn’t an amazing platform for when you Nuke Slandering Slime Balls

Nuke Slandering Slime Balls | Mass Report Nudity

Youtube

Because Youtube’s platform is a content creator’s worst nightmare, it makes it easy to Nuke Slandering Slime Balls. Furthermore, the example of their inferior DMCA policy at the beginning shows you content removal is done completely automated!

Another attack strategy for getting something deindexed from Google search is to simply report it for having explicit content. As a result of something being considered content for mature audiences, it won’t show up under search results!

Much like Facebook, they seem to be in favor of the corporation over the individual. Because they’ll boot anyone and everyone¬†from their platform that isn’t producing content ideal for their advertisers fast!

Furthermore, if you’re in the process of conducting reputation management, you’ll need content to outrank slander. So what do you do if you’re on the receiving end of someone utilizing Nuke Slandering Slime Balls techniques?¬†

Using alternate platforms with more personalized correspondence to individuals who complain and file false DMCA complaints. For videos, you will want a host that is more resilient to whiners and enforces policies without automation.

Two Decent alternatives

Twitch.tv is probably one of the most effective for not only ranking but additionally it’s resistance to bogus DMCA/violation whiners. I’ve only had one account removed and it was for alleged impersonation. So although it is completely unrelated to video games, it harbors my niche’s videos amazingly well!

Bitchute while this video platform does great in terms of nuke resilience, it doesn’t do a very good job of optimizing and indexing your videos. Because it butchers the titles and meta-description so don’t even think you’ll be getting a video thumbnail lol. It also doesn’t have an embed option. On the plus side it gets quite a bit of view so if you have boss content, you’ll get referrals!

Twitter

From a Mugshot extortionist or cyberbullies perspective, this place is a gold mine! Twitter seemingly condones all manner of harassment and defamation because of their acceptance of “Parody Accounts.”

The irony in this is that with 336 million users very few “parody accounts are funny. So what that means is pretty much all the parody accounts harbored on Twitter are for usage of ill criminality.

So to get content removed via nuking we must be tactful. Furthermore, they are making it a point to be dead obvious they’re in support of this criminal mugshot syndicate, so we must be tactful.

Your best bet is to hit your opponent with more than one complaint against an account per user.

Based upon my experience, as a result of using the same account for multiple requests, Twitter tends to ignore you the second they put to question your legitimacy.

Check for the account clearly stating in the profile that it’s a parody because if it doesn’t you can slam them with impersonation.

Another method is to slap an account with multiple ridiculous DMCA requests. It’s quite easy to do but I personally have had success only when using a fake company account.

Many people have never heard of them, but the Lumen Database handles all of Googles “Problems” so to speak. So when you’re going to Nuke Slandering Slime Balls, it might be a good idea to make a free or dirt cheap domain. Because many companies use 3rd¬†party intersect companies to remove content for them.

Twitter, Masters of Automation, Failures of Respecting Privacy

In this image, it can be clearly seen that Twitter is exploiting the systematics of automation and false accounts to dilute the
abundance of negative reviews and complaints. I’m fairly certain many employees at Twitter must rememberWeird Al Yankovic
because I certainly do. So I don’t understand why Twitter doesn’t grasp the concept Parodies are usually supposed to be funny.

Free Blogging Platforms

Property that we ourselves own is ideal, however, it is necessary to consume several properties to dominate our reputation. This is due to the fact that each domain can generally consume only 1-2 search results.

So in order for us to fill up 20-40 spots in Google results, we will need 20-40 properties. You certainly could buy them, however, because that is a large number of websites to upkeep that’s unrealistic. Furthermore, many of the platforms will start you off with a nice boost due to their domain authority.

In addition developing our properties, if under attack against an opponent, we need to know which properties are resilient to abuse. Furthermore, we when offensively going in to Nuke Slandering Slime Balls, we want to only attack effectively.

WordPress.com (Not wordpress.org CMS)

So whether you go for a free subdomain, or top level domain the resilience of this platform is beastly! I admit, I was briefly upset as a result of content used against me as a result of their free speech.

However the anger was very much short lived because I bull dozed through that content and sent it back into the abyss rather quickly. In all honesty, I do believe this is one of the few platforms I have not yet gotten banned from. So that certainly speaks volumes as to their being advocates of free speech.

So in conclusion, the free version despite lacking analytics or javascript, will DMCA punches like a champ!

Medium

It has a great potential to outrank some heavy hitting deep within a keyword campaign competitors cutting in line undeservingly. However, because their very similar to Youtube in their automated banning, you’re walking on eggshells.

So if your opponents grasp concepts like offense and how to Nuke Slandering Slime Balls, you’re in trouble! You can certainly get a do-follow link in by passively dropping it in your profile.

It won’t give you much juice unless you leave a bunch of heartwarming comments everywhere. Just make sure they’re heartwarming as you’ve been warned, this is a ban happy zone! Because Medium has decided everyone is a scoundrel, therefore also vulnerable to any Nuke Slandering Slime Balls tactics! They don’t want to promote capitalism and stimulate growth with tougher and challenging competition!

Medium Platform is easy to Nuke Slandering Slimeballs On

Tumblr and HubPages

So Tumblr is actually quite powerful if utilized properly. The Adult industry and drug culture are the dominant and ever so successful top niches. However, your niche could be virtually a ghost town because that doesn’t take away from its super fast DA growth.

Tumblr profiles can be problematic for ranking and the reason is that of their layout. The fact that it is one main page with microblog entries causes the composition of the site to constantly fluctuate and change as a result.

So¬†the trick is to acquire the desired 25-40 MOZ DA then stop the automation. Now at your needed authority level to rank, you need to structure the content so you’re targeting it accordingly. Furthermore, people overlook Schema markup. So be sure to utilize it against your Tumblr competitors.

I’ve attempted on a couple of occasions to utilize Hubpages, and perhaps it’s the ego or because my content sucks. ūüôĄI say this because you’re going to encounter resilience getting your article posted no matter what.

Apparently, they have some weird 5 article hazing process because they don’t trust you to make quality free content? So be prepared to have someone harass you about the quality of your content. I personally get the first one to go through and I’m done with the platform haha.¬†

So I suppose it’s good for the backlink maybe, but you won’t get to¬†Nuke Slandering Slime Balls when it’s the devs! ūüėā¬†

Blogspot/Blogger

It’s definitely susceptible to removing content with no legitimate reason to have done so, which is surprising for Google lol. The benefits of the platform are full blown editing and utilization of header tags, javascript, pretty much almost a shared host minus a database.

So mediocre defense, very much utilizable for a an array of different things. However, because it literally requires you to log in frequently like at least weekly

“While the conglomerate entities won’t bend for the common man, they certainly make exceptions for a¬†corporation.”

Many DNS Registrars Sell Domains for Less than a Dollar.

So should you notice any trademark in slanderers content whether a coke can or cigarettes, someone owns that copyright/trademark? Furthermore, someone who generally would hire someone to Nuke Slandering Slime Balls Rather than do it themselves. So even when you own the copyright big corporations tend to take a company more seriously than a person.

Because company names seem to have substantially more effective success, using a domain and company name doesn’t hurt. Another gimme when you Nuke Slandering Slime Balls is pulling the race card. It doesn’t benefit you pretending to be Jewish or gay I have found, but the black card works amazing!

nuke slandering slime balls white is not right.
All too common is the consensus that it is socially acceptable to be racist against white people because of historical prejudism. Just because I don’t agree with it and hopefully you don’t, there is no reason not to capitalize on the mechanism set to oppress. The Whole basis of racial animosity is to turn people
against one another. So quite naturally that justifies for all the more reason for us to turn it onto the corporate giants the first chance we get!

Google Uses The Word Yes Almost Never

So when you arrive at their removals, which is a massive labyrinth of options, you’ll find only a few choices¬†with options. The rest I assume they think people will just leave, but in reality, they just try different options until the outcome is ideal. Should you choose one of the few legitimate options, you’ll get to experience the amazing 10% at best success rate!

In all honesty, Google is the last resort option and I have rarely gotten them to remove content. The only sure and true mechanism that has proven effective with them is to be unrelenting.

I’ve had a few pieces of content removed just to get to get me to go away lol. When Countering someone’s¬†Nuke Slandering Slime Ball, tactics,¬†I I have found a Google Chrome Plugin known as Selenium helpful.

 

So the fact my favorite tool for dealing with Google is automation that should certainly make you hesitant to want to be forced dealing with them.

Ya, sometimes it’s necessary, and when it is there is nothing wrong with hitting them with all manner of trickery!

Because that’s essentially what they do during the course of their day, extort people and promote businesses with ads alongside extortion.

Just know that whatever someone from Google tells you when it comes to removals anything’s possible.

So keep your head up high everyone and whenever need be, Nuke slandering Slime Balls!

Counter disputes in 4 seconds when facing someone censoring nearly 100 pieces of your content is amazing! Almost as fun as fake court documents! j/k!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This