What is the difference between Active Mode and Maintenance Mode?
Page1.me is not like anything else out there, we are much different to traditional search engine optimisation.
Once we have successfully sanitized the first page of Google results, we do not guarantee the results will not come back; because Google makes up its own mind about such things. That is impossible, if anybody makes that promise, they are either lying, or may have some leverage over the decision-maker within Google, which Google adamantly denies as being possible
These types of search result problems are analogous to a property that has a badly overgrown garden and lawn. You might pay a gardener to come and work intensively to cut back the overgrowth, kill the weeds, and get the garden and lawn into a nice manicured condition. Once the gardener has completed the task, you cannot say to him/her “Okay that looks lovely, we don’t need you anymore”; because the and grass and weeds will surely start growing back again.
Our system has two phases, the first phase is “active mode” whereby, we work diligently and intensively to persuade Google that the positive results about you a more important than negative. Ergo, they should be ranked higher than the results you tagged as negative when you first submit your case.
Once we have successfully suppressed the unfavourable results, and at your direction, we can convert your case into “Maintenance Mode”. Maintenance Mode is a little less than half the cost of the initial active mode, we do not guarantee anything with respect to results, we simply guarantee that all the work that we have done stays in place. Let me explain carefully what this means: the secret to our success is that we use a complex matrix of permanent back links (PBL), as well as temporary highly effective temporary Leased Back Links (“LBL”) To elevate the favorable content in search results. The best candidate websites from which to procure these back links are identified algorithmically by our proprietary system. We have relationships with many thousands of website administrators, and we are effectively curators of these quality back links. In order to keep your case in Maintenance Mode, we have very significant monthly hard costs associated by way of these LBL’s. The Maintenance Mode fees ensure their continued existence.
This is what keeps it the status quo, and mitigates the chances of the problem being repeated
while in Maintenance Mode, we have seen many cases where the results actually get better, but that is not actually outdoing, that is something that is change within Google that is caused the results to get better. Within other cases where the results get a little bit worse, by that I mean the negatives begin to fight back up again. Once again, this has nothing to do with what we’re actually doing, but with something that has been changed within Google. If those negatives become dangerously close to page 1 again, the client then instructs us to convert back to active mode, and in doing so we begin to suppress the results further in order to restore the satisfactory results, and then convert to maintenance when they are achieved.
For a better understanding of page1.me “Active Mode” and “Maintenance Mode”, watch this very brief video.