getting down in Google positions

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getting down in Google positions
« on: 10-26-2014, 05:31:25 »
Hi everyone,

I've been running in the past years a very strong website, which I would like to keep anonymous.
In the past few days the site has gone down a lot in Google positions, and I assume it's because of Penguin 3.0. The thing is I haven't have any spam backlinks or anything that isn't relevant. The site doesn't have any strange WebMaster Tools messages, and none of the pages have a NoIndex tag, so all the pages should index regularly. Sitemap and robots.txt are set correctly and the site opens fast.

I am really hopeless, I don't know how to regain my positions in Google. What should I do?

Thank you!


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Re: getting down in Google positions
« Reply #1 on: 10-28-2014, 03:07:45 »
The best thing to do in such a situation is to follow the Penguin update guidelines and optimize your website accordingly. You also need to wait till their next update to see the changes in your rankings.

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Re: getting down in Google positions
« Reply #2 on: 10-29-2014, 03:02:17 »
Check your competitors out. Maybe they did something that put them on higher positions...

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Re: getting down in Google positions
« Reply #3 on: 10-29-2014, 04:26:40 »
Hi everyone,

I've been running in the past years a very strong website, which I would like to keep anonymous.
In the past few days the site has gone down a lot in Google positions, and I assume it's because of Penguin 3.0. The thing is I haven't have any spam backlinks or anything that isn't relevant. The site doesn't have any strange WebMaster Tools messages, and none of the pages have a NoIndex tag, so all the pages should index regularly. Sitemap and robots.txt are set correctly and the site opens fast.

I am really hopeless, I don't know how to regain my positions in Google. What should I do?

Thank you!

Create a nice blog network of your own which only you can maintain. Don't pass many outgoing links from there. This is the solution after Penguin 3 update.

 

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