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Dropped Links
« on: 07-19-2018, 00:26:12 »
How should i recover my dropped links?


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Re: Dropped Links
« Reply #1 on: 07-25-2018, 23:24:37 »
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Re: Dropped Links
« Reply #2 on: 10-08-2018, 00:09:31 »
How should i recover my dropped links?

Figure out what went wrong;
-Pull the lost links report from Ahrefs or Majestic. They’re the most reputable link counters out there, and their indexes are updated daily.
-Run Screaming Frog on your site to find which pages link internally to the affected pages. Check internal link counts for pages one link away from affected pages.
-Do you have a relationship with the site owner who provided the links? Reaching out may help.
-Were the links removed during a site update? Maybe it was accidental. Reach out and see if you can convince them to replace them.
-Were the links removed and replaced with links to a different source? Investigate the new source — how can you make your links more appealing than theirs? Update your content and reach out to the linking site owner.
-Did you change the URL? - DO NOT CHANGE URLS. URLs act as unique identifiers for Google; a new URL means a new page, even if the content is the same.
-Has the target keyword been removed from the page title, H1, or H2s?
-Is the keyword density for the target keyword lower than it used to be?
-Can Google read all of the content on the page?
-Look at Google’s cache by searching for cache:www.yourdomain.com/your-page to see what Google sees.
-Can Google access your site? Check Google Search Console for server and crawl reports.      

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Re: Dropped Links
« Reply #3 on: 11-18-2018, 22:30:18 »
Agreed with @AmitVermaSPS as he well replied on the topic.
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Re: Dropped Links
« Reply #4 on: 01-04-2019, 03:54:54 »
Pull the lost links report from Ahrefs or Majestic. They’re the most reputable link counters out there, and their indexes are updated daily.
-Run Screaming Frog on your site to find which pages link internally to the affected pages. Check internal link counts for pages one link away from affected pages.
-Do you have a relationship with the site owner who provided the links? Reaching out may help.


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Re: Dropped Links
« Reply #5 on: 01-24-2019, 03:36:07 »
Dropped are links from pages that were removed from our index due to various reasons. These include:
Page duplicates: We crawled a "better" page with the same content
Disallowed: The page was disallowed by robots.txt for at least 2 months
Unavailable: The page returned an error 3 times, and the last successful download was at least 1 month old
The domain does not exist anymore
The page has a low URL rating.. !-! !-!

 

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