How to Recover From Any Google Penalty ?

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How to Recover From Any Google Penalty ?
« on: 11-17-2016, 03:29:28 »

  I want to know that How to Recover From Any Google Penalty ? tell me guys

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Re: How to Recover From Any Google Penalty ?
« Reply #1 on: 11-17-2016, 08:46:22 »
Can you tell us more about your question, there are many of Google penalties for websites.

For example, Google has discovered a large amount of links unnatural, fake, no real link to your website. This may be the result of buying links to increase PageRank or to push the index ranking for a particular keyword.
Google thinks you are selling links, or are seeking to collect backlinks from other websites to your website new advertising purposes. If you are selling links actually, they do not have any advice for you; it's best to conceal it or to stop the sale of links here. If you link to the post advertisements or inadvertently pointing the site, find and remove the link.
Request for review must be submitted a very specific and, particularly on the part of the link. Make sure you are doing what you are given in the text submitted, or you are just wasting your time.

For example, Hide text and / or keyword stuffing
Some pages may contain hidden text and / or keyword stuffing.
You did:
- Add more keywords in alt tags?
- Write down the full sentence in the title?
- Add all the words you can think of to the title and description of you?
- Hide content on your web pages using CSS?
However, in this case, if the sign does not violate clearly, you probably should ask for site analysis, find out what keywords are being stuffed into and what is hidden from regulation. Then fix it and ask for a review from Google.

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Re: How to Recover From Any Google Penalty ?
« Reply #2 on: 12-04-2016, 22:28:21 »
Let’s see the seven main reasons why your site has not recovered from the Google penalty, yet.

1. You haven’t cleaned up your link profile enough

Because backlinks are the most important ranking factor in Google, most of the penalties are caused by links problems. The only exceptions are Google Panda and Google Quality (Phantom), which focus more on content.

If your backlinks profile still has a lot of bad backlinks, you might not recover until you remove all of them, especially if you are dealing with Penguin. Creating a disavow report with the bad backlinks you couldn’t remove it’s highly recommended. The Penguin algorithm was built to decrease the value of sites that are trying to cheat the system.

To clean up your backlinks profile, you have to conduct a complete analysis of your existing backlinks and do your best to remove most of the bad links.

When Google’s John Mueller was asked if disavowing bad links is the same as removing links, he responded:

“From a theoretical point of view, using the disavow tool is enough but from a practical point of view it almost always makes sense to still delete those links as much as possible.”

2. Your disavow report is incomplete

If you are submitting a disavow report, you have to use the correct format and make sure to include all the bad backlinks. To easily create a report with all the bad links, you can use Monitor Backlinks disavow feature.

Google’s disavow tool will only work if you are following the correct format. Not disavowing all the bad backlinks can delay your recovery. If you are going to disavow a link, it’s best to disavow at domain level.

When submitting your report to Google disavow, make sure no errors are displayed.

3. You have to wait for another algorithm refresh

John Mueller, from Google, has confirmed in a Google Webmaster thread that to recover from a Penguin algorithm penalty, Google has to run the algorithm again. Here’s John Mueller response:

“Yes, assuming the issues are resolved in the meantime, with an update of our algorithm or its data, it will no longer be affecting your site.”

The bad news is that Penguin gets an update very rarely, and sometimes it can even take one year. This rule applies for every algorithm penalty, meaning that no matter what algorithm has decreased your traffic, you’ll have to wait for a new update to recover your rankings. The only thing you can do is have your website ready for when that will happen.

4. Your content is holding you back

Your website’s content is extremely important. If you have duplicate problems or very thin content, you were probably filtered by Google Panda, which is one of the worst penalties to have. Why? Because you have to revise the whole content on your website and make sure it follows Google’s guidelines. Your content has to be informative and give value to the readers.

The days when 500 words long articles were enough to rank high in Google are long gone, and webmasters have to adapt.

It’s also recommended to run a plagiarism checks and see if you have duplicate content issues. If you do, get rid of the duplicate paragraphs or content by removing or editing your existing articles.

5. Your don’t have enough good backlinks

Even if you’ve removed most of the bad backlinks and disavowed the ones you couldn’t delete, it doesn’t mean you will surely recover. If your website doesn’t have enough quality backlinks, you might never get back in the SERPS.

While doing your best to recover from your Google penalty, you should also spend time on building high-quality backlinks. Make sure your website is ready to rank high in Google and it has a good amount of links from authoritative sites.

6. Other problems might affect your site

When dealing with a Google penalty, it’s best to run a full analysis for your website and make sure everything that might cause issues is fixed. For example, make sure robots.txt is not blocking your site from being indexed and you don’t have any malware problems. There can also be on-page problems, like duplicate titles, duplicate meta descriptions and so on. There are numerous other little things that should be taken into consideration.

7. You haven’t submitted a reconsideration request

A manual Google penalty can only be revoked by submitting a reconsideration request. Once you’ve fixed the issues reported in your Google Webmaster Tools account, you have to send a reconsideration request. If you don’t submit this request, you’ll never recover.

For algorithm penalties, you don’t have to submit a reconsideration request.

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Re: How to Recover From Any Google Penalty ?
« Reply #3 on: 12-05-2016, 02:08:02 »
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. Therefore, many SEOs and marketers are pushing the link-building process to the limit. As a result, many websites are being penalized for violating Google’s guidelines.

According to Matt Cutts, over 400,000 manual actions are being initiated every month by Google. That’s not all. Numerous other websites are being penalized by algorithmic updates such as Penguin and Panda. What’s interesting is that only about 20,000 webmasters are submitting a reconsideration request every month. So, this means that only 5% of the websites that have been penalized are trying to recover their rankings.

Do you own a website that has received a manual or algorithmic penalty? Don’t throw in the towel just yet because I’m going to show you how to recover your lost rankings and traffic.
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