FAQ

FAQ

Online Reputation Management

What is search engine optimization?

Search engine optimization refers to increasing the quantity or quality of website traffic from search engines through natural search traffic. Search engine optimization is to maximize the possibility of search engines to find a website.

Who are the major search engines that affect online reputations?

Google is the main search engine with the most users. Their index has more than 1 trillion pages and is growing at a rate of billions every day. Yahoo, Bing, Ask, and AltaVista are the next five search engines.

How long does it take for reputation management to work?

This may vary depending on the type of attack. Regardless of whether there is a lot of negative content, you can determine how long it will take to see significant results related to your online reputation, ranging from a few weeks to a year.

Why does it take so long?

Managing online reputation attacks is very complex and requires a lot of work on multiple websites, with positive content that outnumbers and outranks the negative content. It can take weeks and months for new content and keywords to rank higher than previous negative content.

Will you completely eliminate all of the negative reviews on the Web?

Unfortunately, it is not possible to remove all negative reviews. The webmaster may be asked to remove negative information, but it is definitely not possible in all situations.

Are there any guaranteed results in Online Reputation Management?

No ORM agency should guarantee the timeliness or consistency of the results obtained from the positive reviews of your brand and the negative search results currently displayed on Google. Any company that takes advantage of such guarantees and deadlines usually uses an aggressive sales strategy to capitalize on its business.