How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?

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If you're clueless how to identify if site is under penalty or what measures to take to get it back in the good list of Google, this quick guide will help you. Read here : http://www.brainpulse.com/search_engine_promotion_india/identify-google-penalty-on-website.php


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Re: How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?
« Reply #1 on: 09-21-2016, 00:16:48 »
You can check for Google penalty by the help of various online tools. Google webmaster tool and Majectic tools are such tools that help to determine website penalty in search engines.

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Re: How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?
« Reply #2 on: 09-21-2016, 03:34:39 »
Hello friend,

you can check your site on various online tools. Below i mentioned a link that help you..


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Re: How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?
« Reply #3 on: 10-22-2016, 08:01:48 »
If there's sudden loss in ranking or if website stops coming even on domain name . then chances are very hign that you being penalized
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Re: How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?
« Reply #4 on: 11-09-2016, 07:07:03 »
There are several types of penalties. Of course, most people already know about the common ones such as deindexation or a spam action penalty where you would get a message in your Google Webmaster Tools account.

But there are also algorithmic penalties, which can and should be called "filters" instead where you can be overoptimized for certain keywords and be stuck on page 2 or 3 for a long time because of the over optimization. Getting out of these can be quite a difficult process.
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Re: How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?
« Reply #5 on: 11-15-2016, 23:09:07 »
Monitoring your website traffic, and keeping on top of your search ranking standings are two extremely important aspects to ensuring a successful business. If you have noticed a decrease in traffic, or a considerable drop in your search ranking, you may have been hit with a Google penalty, but how do you know for sure?

First things first, are you monitoring your website ranking? If you are not, it is time to start; otherwise, you will never be able to spot Google penalties before they hurt your business!

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Re: How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?
« Reply #6 on: 11-18-2016, 19:48:27 »
Google has been drastically updating its algorithms for the past few years. These updates were implemented to give users the best possible answers to their search queries and provide the best user experience (UX) possible. The resulting Google Penalties became necessary as Search Engine Optimizers like myself grew more sophisticated at finding ways to leverage things like links and targeted content to boost rankings and organic traffic.

The major updates of Panda and Penguin drastically changed the landscape and actually penalized sites for bending the rules and not completely following Google’s Guidelines. These updates are now engrained in the ever-changing algorithm set, continuing to penalize more and more websites every day.

Manual Action penalties are very easy to distinguish. Google is nice enough to leave you a message in your Webmaster Tools letting you know that a page on your site, or possibly your entire site, has a penalty. These penalties are often accompanied by worse rankings or complete deindexation.

Determining the Update that Caused the Penalty

When you receive a manual action, the note in Webmaster Tools will tell you what is wrong. It may even give you examples of what is wrong.

These penalties are very difficult to get out of. If you have received one of these messages, I wish you the best of luck. In some instances, it is best to cut bait, get a new domain and start over.

Algorithmic Penalty

Algorithmic penalties are much harder to identify. There is no message telling you what is wrong. At first you will see a drop in organic traffic, however that usually is not enough to tell if a penalty has taken place or not. Traffic can drop for many reasons, many of which are not due to Google penalties. It is important to know the site’s traffic patterns and if there is any cyclicality to their traffic.

Once you have verified that the drop in traffic is not related to another issue, you should check your rankings. Algorithmic penalties often obviously alter all rankings for a distinct group of terms. Using Google Webmaster Tool’s search queries report, you can tell if any terms have dropped in the rankings. If there is a sustained traffic drop and a decrease in rankings, it is very likely the site has had an algorithmic penalty.

Determining the Update that Caused the Penalty

It can be much harder to figure out what penalty caused an algorithmic penalty. There are over 500 updates a year and picking which one is hampering your traffic is very difficult. Of course, this is much easier if you have access to Google Analytics. If you do not, you can get a really good idea using SEMrush.
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Re: How To Identify If Your Website Is Under Google Penalty ?
« Reply #7 on: 11-20-2016, 23:00:40 »
The information is really helpful. Thanks for sharing.

 

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