Google Penalty Recovery

GOOGLE-PENALTY-RECOVERY

Yes,

You can recover from

Google penalty!

Google cracks down on spammers in an effort to improve user experience, and applies manual penalties and algorithmic updates to target and reduce this manipulative site. Unfortunately, updates can damage legitimate businesses that are uninformed, work with the wrong “SEO” company, or who feel that this tactic is the only way to stay competitive.

We have worked with many clients who find themselves in poor condition before asking for our help. We are here to tell you that yes, you can recover from penalties and updates, and it is possible to compete without putting yourself at risk in the future.

All e-commerce manager or owners share the same fear – Google penalty. Serious penalties can affect all of your search engine traffic. And that can affect your website’s ranking on search engine results pages (SERP).

However, due to intense competition in the field, many website owners push their SEO to the limit. For this reason, Google might punish your website for violating their guidelines. In fact, Google takes more than 400,000 manual actions every month according to Matt Cutts.

Find Backlinks

First, open Google Webmaster Tools and download Google-recognized backlinks for your site. To do this, you can go to “Search for Traffic” and in it, click on click on “Links to Your Site.” In this, go to the “Who links the most” module and click on “More” and then click on “Download latest links.”

Identify Bad Backlinks

Once you have a backlink list, you need to find out the troublemakers. For this, pay close attention to DoFollow backlinks. This dofollow link is a link that passes PageRank.

You need to use tools such as Monitor Backlinks to identify the bad ones between them. All you need to do is click the thumbs up link; this is a dofollow link.

Google penalties can greatly hit your website traffic. Although removing a penalty may seem like a tedious process, this can help you regain the reputation of your website.

By breaking bad backlinks, you can return to Google’s good books. Removing low-quality and duplicate content can help you recover from Panda penalties. Finally, for the removal of the Penguin penalty, make sure you get your anchor text distribution correctly.

What do you think is the best way to stay in Google’s good books? Notify me in the comments section below.

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