Msg#: 4458146 posted 3:00 pm on May 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
I have a client who runs a massage therapy studio. She was looking around on google this morning to see how her site was doing in search engine results and discovered that a site "naughtygirls" dot com (i didn't want to put the real link up here)
I have emailed the site and asked them to remove the link. is there anything else either I or my client can do? Are there any "rights" out thee for this sort of thing?
Msg#: 4458146 posted 7:15 pm on May 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
Perhaps some wording on the site about asking permission first before linking. Hint at what sites would be considered good link candidates: local, family safe, related to massage, etc.
Being that a massage therapy studio is one web neighborhood away from a massage parlor there might be a task needed to identify your customer's site as not not being a parlor.
The general public may not be aware of the differences or may ASSume that your customer offers 'happy endings' for an extra fee. Perhaps a well crafted FAQ page can accomplish describing the mainstream nature (vs s8x industry) of your client and include a undertone of 'no s8x here' as well.