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More employers are checking up on possible hires with a quick Google or Bing search. If you have some unsavory elements floating around on the web that you don't want seen - that could be a problem for you.

Here's the good news. A new website leverages the power of search engine optimization - a popular web marketing strategy - to help you alter how search results on you show up. offers free trials and paid subscription services - each with tools to help you "bury" those college drinking photos, an overtly political blog, or anything else you wouldn't want a potential employer to see - way down at the bottom of search results.

Watch Michelle Stark's report above to get more information and hear from a woman who has tried out the service.


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