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Title: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: kalmakuran on 03-27-2017, 03:00:09
Hello friends,

 How to recover website after google Update..?
Title: Re: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: sinelogixweb on 03-27-2017, 22:39:41
First, you need to analyze which algo update slapped your site’s traffic. Check your analytic stats and notice if there is any traffic drop
Increase Anchor Text Distribution
Link Quality
Stop Building Unusual Links
Avoid Keyword Stuffing
Title: Re: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: deekumar0203 on 05-02-2017, 23:04:50
For most online businesses, search engine traffic is very important, but achieving high rankings in Google is not as easy as it used to be. If you suddenly see a traffic drop, you’ll have to find out what caused it. There are two main penalties you can get. The first one is a manual action from Google’s spam team, and the second one is an algorithmic penalty. Low-quality links can get your website penalized. These types of backlinks can be a potential threat to your rankings. Whether it is manual or algorithmic penalty, you will have to analyze your website’s backlinks and identify the ones that caused your rankings to drop. Once you identify the links, try to remove them, and disavow the ones that you cannot delete.
Title: Re: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: steffidsouza46 on 05-13-2017, 11:54:33
To start, go to Google Webmaster Tools and download all of the backlinks recognized by Google. In the left menu, click on “Search Traffic” and select “Links to Your Site”: From the module “Who links the most,” click on “More” to see all of the backlinks and you will able to find the reason for penalty for google update and according solve the issue.
Title: Re: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: SEO.Ninja on 05-14-2017, 21:36:13
When after some Google updates suppose your website stops working properly. So you need to follow some important steps:-
1. Diagnosing the Update:- Often times, when an algorithm change is made, you’ll be able to find an explanation from Matt Cutts, Google’s head of webspam; but if Google is being secretive, you can usually find heated debates and conversation on popular search engine sites and forums to help determine why the update was made.
2. Avoid All Penalties: -
Pure spam
Hidden text and/or Keyword stuffing
User-generated spam
Parked domains
Thin content with little or no added value
Unnatural links to a site
Spammy free hosts and dynamic DNS providers
Cloaking and/or Sneaky redirects
hаcked site
Unnatural links from a site
Title: Re: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: admissioninfo123 on 05-14-2017, 22:29:39
To start, go to Google Webmaster Tools and download all of the backlinks recognized by Google. In the left menu, click on “Search Traffic” and select “Links to Your Site”: From the module “Who links the most,” click on “More” to see all of the backlinks and you will able to find the reason for penalty for google update and according solve the issue.
Title: Re: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: Akash Varma on 05-15-2017, 06:06:09
Firstly make sure that, your website has really hit by the Google. Check all the stats from Analytics & Webmasters. Update your site for content & images & other useful links. Submit your site with new sitemap to Google webmaster.
Title: Re: How to recover website after google Update..?
Post by: steffidsouza46 on 05-17-2017, 10:48:05
This isn't the first algorithm update Google has rolled out to encourage high quality content, and it won't be the last. The best way to avoid future updates and/or recover from a Fred-related penalty, is to focus on creating high-quality, in-depth, and authoritative content on your site.