why do links get dropped

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Re: why do links get dropped
« Reply #10 on: 12-08-2018, 02:35:46 »
So while there are many reasons why particular pages will be removed a small handful seem the most common. Naturally, depending upon the difficulty of the keyword, it could be because the domain no longer has sufficient authority to maintain it.

For example, ranking for something like car insurance and making it even on the board somewhere at the 100th placemark would be a feat many websites simply will never achieve in terms of authority.

Another common reason a link will be removed is if it's deemed worthless by Google for a number of factors:

  • Scraped or duplicate content that adds no additional value.
  • If numerous errors are reported from the crawlers, you might end up temporarily having the pages in unavailable in Google Search results until the issues are fixed.
  • Usually you'd be notified in Google Webmasters, however, a DMCA takedown can also cause the sudden transparency of our formerly visible page.

I suppose the takeaway is to be sure to check Google WebMasters when encountering issues such as these. It's not going to be the solution every time, but a good majority of the time it is.
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Re: why do links get dropped
« Reply #11 on: 12-17-2018, 17:01:57 »
Just to be completely clear, on the off chance that you are dropping connects to your website in other individuals' discussions in the expectation of gaming web search tools, at that point that is viewed as web-spam and can be considering by both our calculations and our manual web-spam groups. It doesn't make a difference the amount "PR" the other webpage has, it doesn't make a difference if it's a .gov discussion - what you're doing would be vie

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Re: why do links get dropped
« Reply #12 on: 12-25-2018, 07:42:24 »
Dropped are joins from pages that were expelled from our file because of different reasons. These include:

Page copies: We crept a "superior" page with a similar substance

Prohibited: The page was refused by robots.txt for somewhere around 2 months

Inaccessible: The page restored a blunder multiple times, and the last effective download was somewhere around multi-month old

Space does not exist any longer

The page has a low URL rating

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Re: why do links get dropped
« Reply #13 on: 01-04-2019, 03:49:40 »
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

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Re: why do links get dropped
« Reply #14 on: 02-06-2019, 12:27:46 »
There can be some reasons and one of those are "Broken Redirects"
If you are launching a new website, migrating to a new server, or do any structural changes to your site, unless you have a proper 301 redirect plan in place, you are likely to see a drop in your rankings.

When using a 301-redirect, you must make sure that XML sitemaps, canonical tags, and links are also updated.

A 301 redirect is akin to a change of address notice for the web. This notice tells search engines that a page, several pages, or your entire website has been moved. You are asking that your website visitors be sent to your new address and not your old one.

If done correctly, you won’t lose your rankings, nor will you get penalized for duplicate content because search engines are indexing both your old and new web address.3. Broken Redirects
If you are launching a new website, migrating to a new server, or do any structural changes to your site, unless you have a proper 301 redirect plan in place, you are likely to see a drop in your rankings.

When using a 301-redirect, you must make sure that XML sitemaps, canonical tags, and links are also updated.
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Re: why do links get dropped
« Reply #15 on: 05-29-2019, 12:40:03 »
Yes it is possible. Because some of the sites always check the links and if they found it not relevant they may remove that link from their website. I have been SEO for long time and face same issue so I know how that works. Don't worry find new website and keep building quality links.

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Re: why do links get dropped
« Reply #16 on: 06-04-2019, 23:02:29 »
Particularly, if your site doesn't have a lot of links, the links you lose can have a substantial impact on your rankings. Diagnosis: If lost links do result in a ranking drop, the drop is usually moderate. ... To check if lost links are the reason your rankings dropped, launch SEO SpyGlass and open your project.

 

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