Google Linked To Mug Shot Websites: Cashing In On Florida Arrest.org
05/18/2011

Sites like Florida Arrest.org leads the pack as one of the most difficult and reveling mug shot sites on the web, but more copycat sites are now cashing in on the trend.

Online PR News – 18-May-2011 – – May 17, 2011 New Orleans La – Remove Slander.com announced that they have discovered a link between Google and many of the mug shot websites that have popped up over the last two months. Sites like Florida Arrest.org leads the pack as one of the most difficult and reveling mug shot sites on the web, but more copycat sites are now cashing in on the trend.

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For years Google AdSense has been the driving force behind millions of affiliate marketing websites all trying to reap revenue from Google ad placements, and the mug shot sites are no exception. Mug shot sites are often paid on the number of clicks or the number total impressions, meaning how many times the page containing the ad was opened. The incentive is to post the booking photo of the arrested person on the mug shot site as quickly as possible and then wait for them to open the page.

Phillip Lee a spokesperson for www.RemoveSlander.com says that they have even traced one of the mug shot sites directly back to Google’s main office, which clearly appears to be an unethical conflict of interest.

Imagine if your were arrested and booked but your charges were later dismissed in court. That’s all good news with the exception of your mug shot that is still on the first page of Google. Now you understand the plight of so many who were vindicated in court but still found guilty in Google.

“We conducted an IP search on a site called JailBase.com and discovered that it traces back to Google. We are not sure if Google is testing the profitability of mug shots sites as the reason for why this particular site is registered to their internal servers, but the one thing that is for certain is Google has some form of connection to the Jailbase.com.”

Lee went on to say that every time someone opens one of these mug shot links the site owner and Google will achieve a monetary gain from advertisers.

Lee also explained that 6 out of the 10 calls made to their office at Remove Slander are a direct result of someone needing help in removing a mug shot from the first page of Google. What is making the removal of mug shots even more challenging is the possibility that Google could in fact own one of the main mug shot sites.

Remove Slander.com is a Reputation Management firm that specializes in removing negative content from the first page of Google including booking photos. The site has experienced enormous demand for their services, in particularly in the State of Florida. Remove Slander has established an entire division of their firm dedicated to removing mug shots posted by Florida Arrest.org.

In a recent interview with Tyronne Jacques the author of the top selling Reputation Management book How To Fight Google And Win he says that many of the people who have mug shots now appearing on the first page of Google where either acquitted of their charges or the case was dismissed.

“Imagine if your were arrested and booked but your charges were later dismissed in court. That’s all good news with the exception of your mug shot that is still on the first page of Google. Now you understand the plight of so many who were vindicated in court but still found guilty in Google.”

Remove Slander.com now offers a service that will remove Florida Arrest.org from the first page of Google within five days or full refund.

Remove Slander.com has helped over 75 customers in the past 21 days remove their mug shot photos from Florida Arrest.org. The completion time to remove mug shot photos has ranged from 6 hours to 72 hours which has established Remove Slander.com as the experts in mug shot removal.

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