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Suppression vs Deletion

Suppression vs Deletion

There are two ways to fix a bad search result. You can have us suppress the result or we can delete it for you. So what is the difference between the two? Great question. When you push something off of the first page of Google search engine results you have a very low probability of ever finding it. The reason for that is that 93% of searches do not go past page 1. When the page is deleted or de-indexed that means that any way in which you search for it in Google you can not find it anymore. Suppression is a temporary solution as the result is still live somewhere online even if it is hard to find where deletion is a more permanent but also more expensive solution.

If you work with us we will showcase how we can brand yourself so perfectly on page 1 that only the most ardent searchers will be going past the first page to find anything else about you. Even then our programs can guarantee to push unwanted search results off of the first 2,3,4, and 5 pages of search results.

How Does Suppression work in online reputation management?

With new good content being created on viable websites. When that starts to rank on page 1 of search results it can replace what you do not want to appear. In addition the other webpages that are there such as Facebook.com profiles, Linkedin profiles, your business website, and or the Whitepages listing are all great candidates that can be used to push up higher in the search results for your cleansing of your online profile.

Complete Deletion Solutions

Completely removing something that you don’t want to see online is a great way to save your reputation. The different ways to remove them involve legal manuevers, negotation tactics, and pre-existing relationships with the owners and SEO’s who run the websites. Thanks to these set of skills and relationships you can know that you are in good hands during the worse crisis situations.

We had employees who spent years working over at a company in Silicon Valley, California called Reputation Defender or Reputation.com. Many of these clients were very upset with the lack of success of their suppression methods. The reason why they have not succeeded is that they are not doing the work correctly.  They focus on suppression campaigns and have a very low success rate. Mention this and receive 10% off your package here.